Hooray! It took me almost to the day four years before I watched the sequel of Liu Jiayin's fascinating Oxhide (2005), which struck me primarily because of its use of a tight framing and the director's success at making us feel the lack of space in the family flat. This was not only a literal thing, however. Her parents, who had run a shop that sold Oxhide leather bags, was in trouble and I remember Liu's father saying that he wouldn't be able to sell anything if he didn't put discounts on . . .