Winds of September
|Winds of September|
|Directed by||Lin Shu-yu (Tom Lin)|
|Produced by||Yeh Jufeng
|Written by||Tsai Tsung-han (Henry Tsai)
|Music by||Blaire Yo|
|Edited by||Hsiao-tong Chen|
|Distributed by||ET Media Group (Int.)|
|Running time||107 minutes|
Winds of September (九降風) is a 2008 Taiwanese film, set in 1996 in Hsinchu, that focuses on a gang of teenage boys who drink, smoke and gamble, and the relationships between them. It broke a number of taboos in Taiwanese filmmaking, including showing the group skinny dipping.
Directed and co-written by Lin Shu-yu (Tom Lin), the film was praised for its good acting and realistic themes, and was exhibited at the Toronto International Film Festival 2008, and the Tokyo International Film Festival, in the same year.
- Winds of September at the Internet Movie Database
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