The Wayward Cloud
The Wayward Cloud

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Hsiao-Kang, now working as a pornographic actor, meets Shiang-chyi once again. Meanwhile, the city of Taipei faces a water shortage that makes the sales of watermelons skyrocket.... (Full plot summary below)

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Hsiao-Kang, now working as a pornographic actor, meets Shiang-chyi once again. Meanwhile, the city of Taipei faces a water shortage that makes the sales of watermelons skyrocket.

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Filmcritic.com - 10/10 by Chris Cabin The Wayward Cloud finds Ming-liang in a rut and unable to elevate his neon wilderness to the heights of the rest of his consistently fascinating oeuvre.
NewsBlaze - 10/10 by Kam Williams A curiously-compelling and impossible to pigeonhole romantic romp which blurs the line between pornography and legit cinema in magnificent fashion.
Time Out - 8/10 by Geoff Andrew A witty, insightful and typically idiosyncratic continuation of Tsai's earlier features.
Village Voice - 8/10 by Nathan Lee Tsai's emptied-out aesthetic has never felt so empty, his mannerisms so pointlessly mannered.
Combustible Celluloid - 8/10 by Jeffrey M. Anderson The Wayward Cloud is indeed a unique experience... sometimes shocking and often funny.
New York Post - 8/10 by V.A. Musetto The Taiwanese sex musical The Way ward Cloud is notable for its bizarre uses of watermelons. I won't give you the details because my editor would just cut them out.
Empire Magazine - 8/10 by David Parkinson Director Tsai Ming-liang's film harks back to more innocent times when screen romance didn't involve a money shot.
Daily Telegraph (UK) - 8/10 by Tim Robey So extravagantly, hilariously rude as to be almost indescribable.
Financial Times - 8/10 by Nigel Andrews Characters make love, make meals, make conversation - though not much - and in moments of transcendence remake the world according to their fantasies and longings.
Time Out - 7/10 by Wally Hammond The film's meandering, surrealist-kissed, early scenes dance nicely in time with his urban protagonist's disconnected, existential malaise.
Little White Lies - 7/10 by Jack Dundee More high-end arthouse fare from an ever-burgeoning Chinese-language film scene.
Slant Magazine - 6/10 by Keith Uhlich Tsai uses the vernacular of pornography against itself: every image is empty, obvious, posed.

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