Farewell 1999 Trailer

Farewell 1999 Trailer (2003)

09 January 2003 26 mins

Farewell 1999 is a documentary that could move you to tears. Acclaimed director Wu Tai Ren takes viewers on a private and emotional journey contemplating the consequences of life and death, as she searches in her life for traces left by her late mother, who passed away four years ago. Wu captures her mournful self on film with a precise control over the narrative, trying to hold on to the memory of a loved one, while bidding farewell to the haunting sadness of death. Personal yet universal, the feelings conveyed in Farewell 1999 tug at the heartstrings as well as showcase Wu's talent that won her multiple international awards.

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