Kaili Blues

Kaili Blues

A film by Bi Gan | 2015 | 113 minutes

An audacious, richly imagined feature debut that has collected prizes around the world, Kaili Blues heralds the arrival of a major new filmmaker. Chen, a preoccupied doctor working in a small clinic in the rain-drenched city of Kaili, decides to fulfill his late mother’s wish and sets off on a journey to look for his brother’s abandoned child. His partner in the clinic, a lonely old lady, asks him to also find her former lover, giving him a photograph, a shirt, and a music cassette. On the way, Chen passes through a mysterious town where distinctions between past, present, and future appear to slip away.


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“Astonishing first film about a geography of the soul. Delineated by time, trains and regret… Contains a 40 minute single shot that traces a map of Kaili with poetic prodigious filmic chops. Why? Cinema. Why? Life.” 
— Guillermo del Toro

“A tour de force. The most elusive and the most memorable new movie that I’ve seen in quite some time…. manages to evoke Resnais, Tarkovsky, Hou Hsiao-hsien.”
— J. Hoberman, The New York Review of Books


FROM THE BLOG

→ Bi Gan’s 10/10 list

→ Filmmaker Jonathan Demme on Kaili Blues

→ Featured on The Load filmmaker Ognjen Glavonic’s 10/10 list