Four Moods consisted of four costume drama sections on folklore. Joy by PAI Ching-Jui, features a stylized guard of ghosts that keep a watchful eye on the movements of reliquary thieves. Anger by King HU, reveals the disturbing fate of certain innkeepers who are less than honest with their customers...(Read more)
Four Moods consisted of four costume drama sections on folklore. Joy by PAI Ching-Jui, features a stylized guard of ghosts that keep a watchful eye on the movements of reliquary thieves. Anger by King HU, reveals the disturbing fate of certain innkeepers who are less than honest with their customers. Sadness by LI Hsing follows the return home of a man whose family has been massacred. Happiness by LI Han-hsiang, a water spirit gives up the opportunity to find a possible scapegoat and his kindness is rewarded by God.
Originally Four Moods suffered from serious color fading and had a magenta tint, along with scratch problems. It was first restored via color correction using a duplicate film copy, and later entrusted to L'Immagine Ritrovata Film and Restoration Laboratory in Bologna, Italy, for its 4K digital restoration. The movie was invited to be shown in the Festival del film Locarno and has been lauded by filmmakers and the media worldwide.
DVD source： Taiwan Cinema Toolkit, Ministry of Culture, R.O.C.
|Director：||LI Han-Hsiang PAI Ching-Jui LEE Hsing King HU|
|Actors：||Joy: ZHEN Zhen, YUE Yang, LIU Ming, CHEN Guo-jun; Anger: CAO Jian, CHANG Fu-geng, XUE Han, CHEN Hui-lou, HU Chin; Sadness: CHANG Mei-yao, OU Wei, HAN Su, SHANG Guang-liang; Happiness: GE Xiang-ting, Y|
|Screenplay：||Joy: CHU Xiang-gan, PAI Ching-jui; Anger: King HU, XIE Jia-xiao; Sadness: CHANG Yong-xiang, LI Zhi-shan, LI Hsing; Happiness: LI Han-hsiang|
|Joy: LIN Chan-ting; Anger: Chen Qing-chu; Sadness: LAI Cheng-ying; Happiness: CHEN Rong-shu|
|Editor：||Joy: WANG Jin-chen; Anger: WANG Chao-xi; Sadness: SHEN Ye-kang; Happiness: CHANG Zhong-min|
|Music：||Joy: ZUO Hong-yuan; Anger: WU Da-jiang; Sadness: ZUO Hong-yuan; Happiness: YANG Bing-zhong|
|Excluded for public screenings：||Unlimited|
Taiwan Film Institute
2014 Locarno International Film Festival
2014 Hong Kong Summer International Film Festival
2014 Hong Kong Asian Film Festival