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Somewhere in Taiwan, the rain won't stop. A mysterious disease reaches epidemic proportions. A young man uses the giant hole in his living room floor to spy on his downstairs neighbor, a woman who stockpiles toilet paper and dreams of singing and dancing... The Hole is Tsai Ming-liang's craziest and most entertaining film, a tragicomic tale of urban loneliness. (1998, 95 min, 35mm)

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Bay Area Now 7: Invasion of the Cinemaniacs!

From rabid film buffs, to critics, and beyond, the Bay Area is home to some of the most dedicated cinephiles on the planet. This series pays tribute to a variety of these unsung local heroes, who have selected this superb series of "deep cuts." These are people who are hugely invested in film exhibition, but generally behind-the-scenes. You might know some of them by name, but mostly they will seem, hmmm, strangely...familiar... If you spend any amount of time at the Castro, PFA, Stanford Theater, YBCA, etc, you'll recognize them. They're always there, lurking in the shadows, keeping cinema alive.
Somewhere in Taiwan, the rain won't stop. A mysterious disease reaches epidemic proportions. A young man uses the giant hole in his living room floor to spy on his downstairs neighbor, a woman who stockpiles toilet paper and dreams of singing and dancing... The Hole is Tsai Ming-liang's craziest and most entertaining film, a tragicomic tale of urban loneliness. (1998, 95 min, 35mm)

Part of:
Bay Area Now 7: Invasion of the Cinemaniacs!

From rabid film buffs, to critics, and beyond, the Bay Area is home to some of the most dedicated cinephiles on the planet. This series pays tribute to a variety of these unsung local heroes, who have selected this superb series of "deep cuts." These are people who are hugely invested in film exhibition, but generally behind-the-scenes. You might know some of them by name, but mostly they will seem, hmmm, strangely...familiar... If you spend any amount of time at the Castro, PFA, Stanford Theater, YBCA, etc, you'll recognize them. They're always there, lurking in the shadows, keeping cinema alive.
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