Shiang-Chyi is wandering about Taipei Main Station without a fixed purpose. Suddenly, a woman with a big suitcase crosses the street dangerously and she decides to follow her. They are both stopped by a policeman to show their IDs. But the woman refuses, arguing that she used to cross the street by taking the skywalk and it is not her fault for now the skywalk is gone. The skywalk is gone. As if it never really existed. Why? Shiang-Chyi confuses. Were there supposed to be a skywalk here and a watch seller, Hsiao Kang, she has met before? Did all these never really happen? Or, is it the hot, blazing sun that drives her memory away? She is obsessed by the idea to find the watch seller. She is looking for him in the crowd without even feeling his close presence. The young man is just crossing her, going for his first casting…
He is one of the greatest exponents of the “Second Wave” of Taiwanese cinema, with an extensive, radical and unforgettable filmography that contains such celebrated films as Goodbye, Dragon Inn, The Wayward Cloud or I Don’t Want to Sleep Alone. With Vive l’amour he won the Golden Lion in Venice, with The River he won the Special Jury Prize in Berlin and with Stray Dogs, again in Venice, he won the Grand Jury Prize.
Filmography: The Night (short, 2021, D'A 2022), The Moon and the Tree (short, 2021, D'A 2022), Rizi (Days) (2020, D'A 2021), Your Face (2018, D'A 2019), Afternoon (2015), Autumn Days (short, 2015, D'A 2022), Journey to the West (2014), Stray Dogs (2013, D’A 2014), Visage (2009), No quiero dormir solo (2006), El sabor de la sandía (2005), Goodbye, Dragon Inn (2003, D'A 2021), The Skywalk Is Gone (short, 2002, D'A 2022), ¿Qué hora es? (2001), The Hole (1998), El río (1997), Viva el amor (2004), Rebeldes del dios Neón (1992)