Ang Lee’s ‘Lust Caution’ sweeps at Golden Horse Awards

Ang Lee’s ‘Lust Caution’ sweeps at Golden Horse Awards

New Delhi: Ang Lee, Academy Award-winning director of “Brokeback Mountain" and “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" walks away accolades once again with his "Lust, Caution". Ang Lee's 'Lust Caution' sweeps Golden Horse Awards 35fc902e-a950-11dc-84e2-000b5dabf636.flv

Ang Lee crouches on Golden Horse Awards, yet again

Dominating the Golden Horse Awards which were held earlier this month, it won in categories of best film, best director and best actor awards, much to the audience’s delight.

Tony Leung Chiu-wai was acclaimed for his portrayal of a calm, ruthless Japanese-allied spy chief in World War II-era Shanghai. It also collected awards for best new performer (Tang Wei), best makeup and costume design (Pan Lai), best film score (Alexandre Desplat) and best screenplay adaptation (Wang Hui Ling, James Schamus).

At an interview at Asia Society, La Frances Hui asks director Ang Lee about his film, the role of sex in the original story (by Chinese author Eileen Chang) and movie, and the cultural differences he believes have led to differing receptions in China and the West.