K. Austin Collins
K. Austin Collins writes on movies for The Ringer. He lives in New York.
By K. Austin Collins | May 23, 2016
You get the feeling Kaili is at a crossroads of not only modernity and custom but also industry and nature, with cement caverns and tenements sculpted into the sides and innards of lush, green hills and talk of old rituals and local lore, however mournful or unsettling, striking life into the film’s dark interiors.