New Thinkings, Culture by Hsienhua Lou

Film as Poetry: the Poetic Sensibilities of Paolo Sorrentino

Since when have filmgoers started to expect something truly artistic rather than adopted for popular interests to watch? Perhaps not long after the ongoing artistic revolution that merits personal sensibilities rather than serving a bigger goal in today’s cinematic world around the early 2000s.

At an apartment rented years ago in the city of Wuhan, near the northern bank of the city’s southern lake also called Lake Nanhu.

Swaths of poplar saplings in a southern Hubei city where bule nights continue after the sun went down. -by Lou Hsienhua for Conversation with Lou

Tome Hsienhua Lou (Tome Loulin)

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