Filmmaker Wu Haohao offers a crazed manifesto for the revolutionary youth of China in this experimental feature. In Kun1: Action, Haohao steps forward to tell his audience that cinema in China has become much like life in China -- "abnormal, nauseating, secular, and degenerate." Declaring himself the leader of a New Communist Party, Haohao demands that the young people of his nation bring about bold changes, and the film features a dizzying variety of political rants, philosophical salvos, attacks on jaded tourists, celebrations of art and poetry, organizing songs, and enthusiastic celebrations of sex, presented in graphic form. Earning comparisons to filmmakers as diverse as Vincent Gallo and Jean-Luc Godard, Kun1: Action was the first feature film from Wu Haohao, and was an official selection at the 2010 Rotterdam International Film Festival.
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