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Malaysian-born Taiwanese filmmaker Tsai Ming-liang is known for his films about encounters between strangers in disorienting urban environments. His films are also often tinged with nostalgia and a sense of temporal disorientation in the modern world. In this paper, I examine Tsai's film The Hole along with his earlier Vive L'Amour in terms of his motifs of disorientation, in both the temporal and spatial senses, adding another dimension that I will call "sexual disorientation" drawing fromdoi:10.22492/ijl.2.1.05 fatcat:wtfyk2jcxffg7ekxphrj36uw34