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— by Maxwell Courtright: In the pre-pandemic world where the overlapping lives of modern people were the bases of great dramas, Taiwanese New Wave pioneer Edward Yang was a master. Even today, his films serve as reminders of how the interactions of different sects of life can create rippling effects that violently change people, and his humanistic lessons stand true regardless of time or location…

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