Stranger on Film

Having relocated to the north-east coast of Taiwan only a matter of weeks ago, my partner and I ventured out to the cinemas of Taiwan for the first time. With some shoddy directions we stumbled down a dead-end road where five Taiwanese children were out playing on the street. After giggling at our white faces, they called out their father from inside of his duvet-cleaning (or something of the like) shop. With a map of our own neighbourhood in hand, we ambled through Luodong night market.

After finding a one-screen cinema which wasn’t showing Life of Pi, we were directed back outside, round the corner, left at the toyshop and boom. Left at the toyshop, it transpires, led to a dank, dark backstreet alley where some locals were heaving sacks of who knows what off the back of a van. If being in Taiwan for the past four weeks…

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