Tsai Ming-Liang / 2020 / 127 minutes / Taiwan

The great Taiwanese filmmaker Tsai Ming-liang has been directing exquisite examinations of alienation, isolation, and the fleeting beauty of human connection featuring his muse Lee Kang-sheng for decades. His latest film, DAYS, will undoubtedly stand as one of his best, sparest, and most intimate works. Lee once again stars as a variation on himself, wandering through a lonely urban landscape and seeking treatment in Hong Kong for a chronic illness; at the same time, a young Laotian immigrant working in Bangkok, played by Anong Houngheuangsy, goes about his daily routine. These two solitary men eventually come together in a moment of healing, tenderness, and sexual release. Among the most cathartic entries in Tsai’s filmography, DAYS is a work of longing, constructed with the director’s customary brilliance at visual composition and shot through with profound empathy.




Days (2020, 127 minutes), a film by Tsai Ming-liang
• Press Conference with Tsai Ming-liang, Lee Kang-sheng and Anong Houngheuangsy following the world premiere of Days at the 2020 Berlinale (33 minutes)
• U.S. Theatrical Trailer



Afternoon (2015, 137 minutes), a feature documentary by Tsai Ming-liang with actor Lee Kang-sheng
Wandering (2021, 34 minutes), a new short film by Tsai Ming-liang
• New video interview with director Tsai Ming-liang (30 minutes)
• “Director Tsai’s Cafe Gallerie,” an image gallery featuring exhibition posters and photographs from the Taiwanese cinema operated by Tsai Ming-liang between 2011 and 2014


Plus, a limited edition slipcase with alternate black & white poster art (1000 print run only)




Wandering, a new short film by Tsai Ming-liang (2021, 34 minutes)
• New video interview with director Tsai Ming-liang
• U.S. Theatrical Trailer



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  • "A quietly aching stunner from one of our great filmmakers. Gorgeously sensual. With DAYS, Tsai Ming-Liang has made something exquisite and rare: an elegiac, autumnal work that also feels like an artistic breakthrough."

    — Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times
  • "Pure rapture. A full body massage for the soul."

    — Jonathan Romney, Film Comment
  • "Four Stars! An extraordinary movie. Intoxicating. See it however and wherever you can, preferably with some strangers and with all the lights out."

    — Simon Abrams,
  • “Slow cinema god Tsai Ming-Liang returns with one of the year's most touching films. Grade: A-”

    — David Ehrlich, Indiewire
  • “A mesmerizing film that follows two men in desperate need of connection. One of Tsai’s most stripped down, direct, and moving works.”

    — Ryan Swen, Hyperallergic
  • "A profound, meditative poem on the human need for connection."

    — Greg Wetherall, Little White Lies
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