Review between Tears of the Black Tiger and Wizard of Oz
Director Wisit Sasanatieng could never live in a black and white world, but he clearly revels in the films made from that period. In Tears of the Black Tiger, he chews up a number of those influences from B-Westerns to silent movies to old Thai melodramas and spits them out on a canvass of exploding colours and visual wit.
It's a delirious free fall into a Wizard of Oz technicolor1 dream of film images and styles from the past all exaggerated as if fed on streams of psychedelic drugs. Every scene appears to be a homage to some film genre/style/shot that ate its way into the director's con…
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