Din Tao: Leader of the Parade

Din Tao: Leader of the Parade

A-Tai (Alan Ko) narrates that he is the son of Uncle Da (Chen Po-cheng) and Aunt Da (Samantha Ko), who run a troupe in Taichung. Uncle Da's troupe does traditional performance in front of religious processions. The religion requires performers to "initiate the faces and pose as gods"—to put on a special face painting, or to put on a heavy body puppet costume, both of these represent gods' persona. The performance demands training of martial art, acrobatics and endurance, and the performers are negatively associated with gangsters by the society. Uncle Da has been competing with Wu-cheng (Liao Jun), who studied with Uncle Da under the same master. A-Tai grew estranged with his father and the troupe, and went to Taipei to study Rock music, until a mysterious old man in blue coat bids him home.

A-Tai (Alan Ko) narrates that he is the son of Uncle Da (Chen Po-cheng) and Aunt Da (Samantha Ko), who run a troupe in Taichung. Uncle Da's troupe does traditional performance in front of religious processions. The religion requires performers to "initiate the faces and pose as gods"—to put on a special face painting, or to put on a heavy body puppet costume, both of these represent gods' persona. The performance demands training of martial art, acrobatics and endurance, and the performers are negatively associated with gangsters by the society. Uncle Da has been competing with Wu-cheng (Liao Jun), who studied with Uncle Da under the same master. A-Tai grew estranged with his father and the troupe, and went to Taipei to study Rock music, until a mysterious old man in blue coat bids him home. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kai P (fr) wrote: This is a quality film, quirky, with characters of depth. If I had one complaint, it's that the audio track could stand to be remastered, as a lot of the dialogue is mumbled over a loud soundtrack. Enjoyed it very much.

Greg R (nl) wrote: like most Canadian movies, it has a quirky factor that takes away....a little too much artsy and brooding....decent story...great accents....the ending seemed a bit rushed (federal funding ran out?)....interesting, tho

Mlissa A (nl) wrote: Pas pour moi. D (C)finitivement pas pour moi.

Vishal V (es) wrote: Favorite and will always remain favorite. "Second chances are rare man you better take advantage of them"

maxwell w (au) wrote: I actually found this film to be quite nice. The animation was smooth, the characters were likeable and the visuals were nice. Everything was well directed and scripted and provided some genuinely emotional moments. Still, the plot WAS kind of dull, But you can't say a films bad because it's about farm animals.

Zahid M (it) wrote: Reservoir Dogs Indian style! Well directed and well shot.. Loved mahesh majrekar...... he rocked....

Marieve (fr) wrote: I'm interested to watch this movie, because the story makes me thinking at a movie with Demi Moore that I love.

Lauren S (mx) wrote: Such a great werewolf story! I loved the juxtaposition between the werewolf curse and the main characters menstrual cycle. I also loved the creature design and special effects!

Sara C (ca) wrote: everything about a friendship

Jeff B (nl) wrote: Pretty interesting movie, but a bit too long. Very provocative for its time--especially with some of the social topics it was taking on much before its time.

Bob B (de) wrote: Ok it was good. Love the lack of music apart from Banjo and the locations. Actors are great. Script n twists n story also great. Shocking and uncomfortable scenes mixed with lovely scenic shots and using natures soundtrack. But just didn't grab me like I thought it would. The the last quarter drags and fizzles out. 3.5/5. Sorry Burt. Oh and Daryl Dixon should play Lewis if they rebooted it.

Elaine W (br) wrote: Caught it on TCM for 1st time. Never got around to seeing it in the 80s; now I'm wondering what I thought I missed. Maybe I should see it again, but so far it strikes me as very pretentious and very dated.