Released in the year 2000, Yi Yi was the final film directed by influential New Taiwanese Cinema figurehead Edward Yang before his passing in 2007.
It can be said that in Yi Yi Yang’s subject matter is life itself. The film is broad in its breadth, with a large cast and a great many plot lines. In a sense it resembles a series of analects: small lessons in philosophy which Yang extrapolates via narrative. …
As many others who have played Breath of the Wild, I find it nothing short of excellent. The gameplay is clever: simple and intuitive, with every mechanic linked to another. The world design is immaculate; its sparseness and beauty as much incentive as one needs for exploration. It is with design choices like these that Breath of the Wild comes closer than any game I have enjoyed to date to an ideal I hold of the “pure” video game.
A Pure Work of Art
What do I mean by “pure”? Here I am interested in the aspects of the…
Another penniless filmmaker.