- 13 wins & 11 nominations.
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|Rest of cast listed alphabetically:|
|Yi Cheng Lee||
Peanut Eating Woman
|Sung Hsi||...||(additional narrative)|
|Ai-Lun Chu||...||line producer|
|Yi-Chieh Chiu||...||associate production manager|
|Vivian Ming Chou||...||second assistant director|
|Vincent Wang||...||first assistant director|
|Sheng-Nan Chang||...||set designer|
|Kuo-Chih Hung||...||assistant decorator|
|Tse Kang Tu||...||boom operator|
|Lung-Yu Li||...||gaffer (as Lee Lung-Yue)|
|Woon-Chong Shong||...||first assistant camera|
|Jie-Yao Chen||...||script supervisor|
|Chong-kai Huang||...||distribution and marketing|
|Yu-Jiun Liu||...||distribution and marketing|
|Harold Manning||...||french adaptation|
|Hsin Yin Sung||...||japanese language translator|
|Jia-Ling Sung||...||distribution and marketing coordinator|
- Diaphana Films (France) (theatrical)
- Wellspring Media (2004) (United States) (theatrical) (subtitled)
- Homegreen Films (World-wide)
- Slovenska Kinoteka (2004) (Slovenia)
A Japanese tourist takes refuge from a rainstorm inside a once-popular movie theater, a decrepit old barn of a cinema that is screening a martial arts classic, King Hu's 1966 "Dragon Inn." Even with the rain bucketing down outside, it doesn't pull much of an audience -- and some of those who have turned up are less interested in the movie than in the possibility of meeting a stranger in the dark. Written by Sujit R. Varma
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|Trivia||The movie's own director, Tsai Ming-liang, voted for it as one of the 10 Greatest Films of All Time in the 2012 Sight & Sound Directors' Poll. See more »|
|Movie Connections||Features Dragon Inn (1967). See more »|
|Soundtracks||Chong Feng See more »|
Teacher Miao. Shih-Chun.
Shih Chun: Teacher, you came to see the movie?
Tien Miao: I haven't seen a movie in a long time.
Shih Chun: No one goes to the movies anymore, and no one remembers us anymore.
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