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In connection with this summer’s presentation of the astonishing Under Siege from Chinese choreographer Yang Liping (August 8–10), the festival screens Ang Lee’s martial arts masterpiece, which won four Academy Awards, including Best Foreign Language Film. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is a drama of breathtaking beauty set against the stunning scenic design of Oscar winner Tim Yip, who brings his visual artistry to Under Siege. The film’s Oscar-winning score by Tan Dun features haunting cello solos performed by Yo-Yo Ma.

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FILM

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Directed by Ang Lee (2000)
Two hours

Sunday, August 4, 2019 at 12:30 pm Walter Reade Theater

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Introduced by Tim Yip

In Mandarin, with English subtitles

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