Capitalist Punishment

Moral dilemmas and financial disaster in Johnnie To's Life Without Principle
by Shelly Kraicer   posted Jan 12, 2012

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Shelly Kraicer is a Beijing-based writer, critic, and film curator. He has written for Cinema Scope, Positions, Cineaste, The Village Voice, and Screen International. Since 2007, he has been a programmer of East Asian films for the Vancouver International Film Festival, and has consulted for the Venice, Udine, Dubai, and Rotterdam International Film Festivals.

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