Coming to SF Taiwan Film Days: “Soul” & “When a Wolf Falls in Love with a Sheep” Reviews and Trailers
The depiction of schizophrenia in horror films is nothing new, however, writer/director Mong-Hong Chung‘s approach on the subject is as refreshing as it is both beautiful and mesmerizing, and clearly I’m not alone in my high praise for the film. This is Taiwan’s official entry into the Best Foreign Language Picture category for the 2014 Oscars.
After fainting at work, a young man goes to live with his estranged father in the countryside. Once there, a lot of bad shit goes down. Now as far as plot’s concerned, to elaborate any further really isn’t necessary and would only ruin the experience of seeing for yourself just how the story unfolds. Read More…