A thrillingly forthright survey of contemporary Chinese society, Jia Zhangke’s state-of-the-nation address decries a country gradually being corrupted by capitalism and violence, as an increasing divide grows between the urban haves and the rural have-nots…
A Touch of Sin opens at the IFI on Friday, May 16th. BOOK NOW.
To celebrate the EXCLUSIVE release of A Touch of Sin at the IFI, we have a fantastic 4-DVD bundle of recent Asian cinema hits to give away! Simply answer the question below and you could win Like Father, Like Son; I Wish; A Simple Life and Poetry!
A Touch of Sin is one of three films to be discussed at this month’s FREE film club, The Critical Take. On what date will this event take place? Need a hint?
A. Monday, May 26thB. Wednesday, May 28thC. Friday, May 30th
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