Blue Gate Crossing
|Blue Gate Crossing|
Blue Gate Crossing DVD cover
|Directed by||Yee Chin-yen|
|Produced by||Peggy Chiao
|Written by||Yee Chin-yen|
|Distributed by||Arc Light Films
|27 September 2002 (Taiwan)|
Blue Gate Crossing (Chinese: 藍色大門; pinyin: lánsè dà mén) is a 2002 Taiwanese film by writer-director Yee Chin-yen. It was nominated for Best Asian Film at the 23rd Hong Kong Film Awards held in 2004.
- Jay Shih as Pipi
The film has been well-received critically. Dennis Lim, in a review for the Village Voice, observed the film's "meticulous framing and haunting use of repeated motifs" reflects the influence of Taiwanese New Wave directors Hou Hsiao-hsien and Edward Yang. The Portland Mercury described the film as "a modern-day Chinese lesbo twist on the old Cyrano story" that "treads new territory in the teen coming of age drama realm," praising Yee's "haiku-like directorial lyricism." 
- (in Chinese) 23rd Hong Kong Film Awards nomination list Retrieved 2011-04-07
- Girl Who Likes Girl Who Likes Boy: Taipei Teens Work It Out Archived October 16, 2007, at the Wayback Machine. 18 November 2003. Retrieved 2011-04-07.
- Seventh Annual PLGFF Retrieved 2011-04-07.
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