Yi Yi (AKA A One and a Two) - I raz, i dwa (2000) [Kino azjatyckie]

2011-05-23 13:05:11


 Polski opis

Produkcja: Japonia, Tajwan
Gatunek: Dramat
Reżyseria: Edward Yang
Scenariusz: Edward Yang
Zdjęcia: Wei-han Yang
Muzyka: Kai-Li Peng
Ocena na 7.9/10 (głosów: 6,640)
Ocena na 8.0/10 (głosów: 125)
Ograniczenia wiekowe: PG-13
Niewiele rzeczy jest tak prostych jak wyliczanka: raz, dwa, trzy. "Yi Yi" to opowieść o nich właśnie. Przechodząc przez liczne trudności i konflikty, członkowie rodziny Jian muszą poznać niezwykłą wartość każdej chwili i nauczyć się czerpać z niej radość. Film o życiu, przedstawionym w całej swej złożoności i pięknie.

 English description

Country: Taiwan, Japan
Genre: Drama, Music, Romance
Directed by: Edward Yang
Writing credits: Edward Yang
Director of photography: Wei-han Yang
Music by: Kai-Li Peng user rating: 7.9/10 (votes: 6,640) user rating: 8.0/10 (votes: 125)
Certification: PG-13
Plot Summary:
Master Taiwanese director Edward Yang spins this intricate and complex yarn about life's everyday crises. The film focuses on N.J. Jian (Wu Nien-jen, a noted writer/director in his own right); his wife, Min-Min (Elaine Jin); and their two children, teenager Ting-Ting (Kelly Lee) and young Yang-Yang (Jonathan Chang). Their middle-class existence seems stable and secure until a series of incidents throws all of their lives out of kilter. The misfortunes start at the wedding of Min-Min's ne'er-do-well brother, Ah-Di (Chen Xisheng), when his jilted ex-girlfriend Yun-Yun (Tseng Hsin-yi) bursts into the proceedings and lambastes the bride. Upset by the ruckus and feeling unwell, Min-Min's mother goes home early only to suffer a stroke and slip into a coma. After the wedding, N.J. runs into his first love, Sherry (Ke Suyun), who is married to a rich American. This chance encounter shakes N.J. to his very foundations, forcing him to reevaluate his life. At the same time, N.J.'s computer company deliberates on whether or not to collaborate with a renowned Japanese games designer, Ota (Issey Ogata), sending N.J. to Japan to negotiate a contract. Confronted by her mother's coma, Min-Min also takes stock of her life and finds it lacking. On the brink of a nervous breakdown, she suddenly joins a religious retreat. In Japan, N.J. warms to his potential business partner Ota, spending long evenings discussing life and love in hip Tokyo jazz clubs. There, N.J. also meets up with Sherry; they relive old memories and flirt with infidelity. At the same, Ting-Ting, who quietly blames herself for her grandmother's coma, learns her first hard lessons about love, while Yang-Yang causes trouble at school and wrestles with the truths of the adult world. This film won the Golden Palm for Best Direction at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival and was an official selection for the 2000 Toronto Film Festival.
Nien-Jen Wu ... N.J.
Elaine Jin ... Min-Min
Issei Ogata ... Ota
Kelly Lee ... Ting-Ting
Jonathan Chang ... Yang-Yang
Hsi-Sheng Chen ... Ah-Di
Su-Yun Ko ... Sherry
Shu-shen Hsiao ... Hsiao Yen
Adriene Lin ... Li-Li
Pang Chang Yu ... Fatty
Ru-Yun Tang ... NJ's Mother
Codec: XviD
Resolution: 640x352 (1.82:1) [=20:11]
Bitrate: CD1 - 1139 kb/s | CD2 - 882 kb/s
Frame Rate: 23.976 fps

Codec: 0x0055(MP3) ID'd as MPEG-1 Layer 3
Bitrate: 128 kb/s (64/ch, stereo) CBR
Frequency Sample: 48000 Hz

Runtime: CD1 - 01:16:50 (110,534 fr) | CD2 - 01:36:23 (138,660 fr)