Vive l'Amour
Vive l'Amour (1994)

This second film by prominent Taiwanese director Tsai Ming-liang is a brilliant portrayal of isolation and urban disillusionment in modern Taipei. The movie focuses on three lonely souls: Hsiao-kang, a gay salesman of crematorium niches who… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: September 14, 1994
DVD Release Date: March 31, 1998
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Critic Score: 83% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Michael Nordine
Not Coming to a Theater Near You

We're all ghosts in Tsai's world, though we may not all know it.

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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

An engaging mixture of bizarre wit and eroticism and heartfelt sadness.

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Rob Nelson
City Pages, Minneapolis/St. Paul

You could say it's two hours of three characters with one-track minds, a distended portrait of overgrown kids playing hide and seek.

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Emanuel Levy
EmanuelLevy.Com

Focusing on lives that come into physical contact yet remain separate the director conveys sexual desire in erotically charged manner, including a powerful masturbation scene

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Carlos Magalh„es
Tsai is an amazingly talented director, and he brings the themes of his first film to another level with this nearly silent tale of young Taipei adults who long… More
Sylvester Kuo
3 lonely souls in Taipei found themselves unknowingly sharing a single apartment. Vive L'Amour is an anti-film in itself that the dialogues were minimal… More
Stella Dallas
a nearly wordless film that works as a kind of homage to antonioni's themes, especially in 'l'eclisse'. three characters share an apartment,… More
Walter M.
"Don't knock masturbation, it's sex with someone I love." - Woody Allen to Diane Keaton, "Annie Hall"(1977) "Vive… More