Even though Edward Yang’s final film, “Yi Yi, A One and a Two,” was critically acclaimed, it is a long film and requires patience, the right frame of mind when watching, or something similar to really connect with the film. At just shy of three hours and exploring pretty much every aspect of life in one Taipei family over the course of a year, it’s certainly something that can tax some viewers, but for those who click with it, it’s a masterful, powerful, poignant film. Join us — Pete Wright and Andy Nelson — as we continue our Foreign Language film series with this Taiwanese entry from 2000.

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