His slow, mysterious, experimental style of filmmaking got him Palme d’Or, the main prize at Cannes film festival. Now he is in the jury of the Oscars, but does he like what he sees?
We got a chance to meet Apichatpong Weerasethakul, or Joe as his Western friends call him, to discuss his identity, film censorship in Thailand and the mystery of cinema.
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