When Kang, played by Lee Kang-sheng, crosses a busy road, holding his head with his left hand, his neck being stabilised by a brace, there is a strange familiarity to the scene without it being fully the signature of Tsai Ming-liang. The camera follows Kang, recording him from the side, in a sort of medium close-up. The camera moves with Kang, follows him, follows the stares of the people around him, but also the ignorance of those who are too busy with their phones in order to see what is happening.
The camera is . . .