JASchrecker’s review published on Letterboxd:
Over 2 hours, about 40 shots, and (almost) no dialogue. Transcendental cinema, v2.0.
Moments, moods, ideas... Each reduced to a quiet moving image. In the way L'argent is all of Bresson's techniques distilled, so is Tsai Ming-Liang's Days.
Jeanne Dielman for lonely middle-aged men, the LGBTA crowd, and fans of Southeast Asian art house.