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THE WILD GOOSE LAKE

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THE WILD GOOSE LAKE
We’ve worked with Film Movement, the distributor of THE WILD GOOSE LAKE, to make it possible for you to see the film — and your ticket helps support the Belcourt.

For $12, you can purchase a ticket for THE WILD GOOSE LAKE — and you’ll have a 3-day / 72-hour window to watch it. (Note: You’ll be asked to create an account with Film Movement to pay for your ticket.)

Film Movement will share a portion of your ticket payment with the Belcourt. Please note that this arrangement, in these unprecedented times, means we’re unable to offer member pricing. Thanks for your understanding and support. And if you’d like to consider an additional donation to the Belcourt, we’d be most grateful. You can do so here.

Note: You can watch CORPUS CHRISTI on your TV (using Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, Roku or Chromecast), mobile device, (iPhone, iPad, Android) and/or computer (by clicking on the link in your confirmation email). Click here more details on how to watch. For general information about watching on a bigger screen, see our FAQs here.

When small-time mob leader Zhou Zenong (Chinese superstar Hu Ge) accidentally kills a cop, a dead-or-alive bounty is placed on his head, forcing him on the lam from both the police as well as dangerous gangsters out for the reward. Hiding out in China’s densely populated (and deeply divided) Wuhan province, Zhou becomes entangled with a beautiful, enigmatic woman who has mysterious intentions of her own.

The eagerly anticipated follow-up to acclaimed director Diao Yinan’s 2014 Berlinale winning neo-noir, THE WILD GOOSE LAKE toppled box office records in Diao’s native China.

Featuring gorgeous, neon-drenched cinematography and bursts of shocking, expertly choreographed action, THE WILD GOOSE LAKE is spellbinding, brilliant, and downright Hitchcockian.

"...THE WILD GOOSE LAKE may just end up being the last word in Chinese crime noir, because it does not want (or need) to be anything else… Suddenly, China feels like the noirest place on Earth." —Jessica Kiang, Variety

“...The movie exhilirates.” —Glenn Kenny, Critic’s Pick, New York Times

"Shot with a gloriously over-the-top noirish flair, this is stuff that would make Ridley Scott drool. Droplets of rain, sharp shadows, slats of colour and moody mist coat the entire film, resulting in a dream-like haze that’s as beckoning as it is unsettling… With elegant violence, emotional richness and a complex yet coherent storyline, this is a rare bit of crime thriller treat that truly pays off.." —Jason Gorber, Slash Film

The Belcourt Theatre does not provide advisories about subject matter or potential triggering content, as sensitivities vary from person to person.

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