Destructive Alienations


A developed film language, a sophisticated film expression and a stylistically established approach to the film material - is something which, a few years ago, in the case of Asian film, we could have expected only from Japanese, Chinese/Taiwanese, Iranian and Indian directors. When it seemed that we would have to wait long to see the flourishing of another Asian filmmaking country, great South Korean auteurs started to appear a few years ago. However, the film of the young Malaysian director James Lee The Beautiful Washing Machine (Mei Li De Xi Zi Ji) seems to confirm once again that films of exceptional quality are no longer the privilege of only large and famous Asian filmmaking countries.


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