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A washed-up taxi driver picks up a pudgy young drug runner who is headed towards the southern tip of Taiwan. Along the way, the pair develops a buddy-movie kinship, nearly dying several times and at one point getting extorted at a funeral. They stumble from one dangerously violent situation to the next. Taiwanese director Chung Mong-hong’s fourth feature film, Godspeed, is a darkly hilarious meditation on the meaning of friendship in the face of the absurd. Hong Kong acting legend Michael Hui shines as the taxi driver, who spends a considerable portion of the film talking his passenger’s ear off on his search for meaning and finding ways to jack up his fare.
by Steven Hsieh
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Mong-Hong Chung
Michael Hui, Na-Dou Lin, Leon Dai