20 April 2012 7:22 AM, PDT | Beyond Hollywood | See recent Beyond Hollywood news »

Screened at the 2012 Terracotta Far East Film Festival. “Inseparable” is somewhat of a landmark event, being one of the first Chinese films to feature a bona fide Hollywood star in a lead role. The actor in question is Kevin Spacey, who shares top billing with top Chinese talent Daniel Wu (recently in “Don’t Go Breaking my Heart” and “Overheard 2”) and actress Beibi Gong (“The Detective 2”, “Connected”). The film was directed by Dayyan Eng, known for the romantic comedy “Waiting Alone” and the shorts “Bus 44” and “East 22nd Street”, and has a further international flavour thanks to the presence of cinematographer Thierry Arbogast, a long time collaborator of Luc Besson, having worked with him on the likes of “Leon”, “The Fifth Element” and “The Lady”. Daniel Wu plays Li, a young man who works as an artificial limbs designer and who is going through a difficult time, his parents having died in a car crash, »

- James Mudge

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