How many cheongsams did Zhang Manyu change? (No.157 - Top250) ——The cheongsam can be beautiful, but the imprisoned soul has never been liberated.

Naomie 2022-04-20 09:01:37

During the National Day holiday, it was raining in Beijing, and I was bored. I spent 12 hours watching Wong Kar-wai's "In the Mood for Love 2000" three times in 4K on iQIYI. Maggie Cheung's cheongsam in the movie has always received more attention. After watching it for the first time, I began to look for relevant comments on the Internet. I found that they were all similar, and the quality of the photo materials was not high, either lacking in aesthetics, or some Subtitles, some do not, affect the overall look and feel. So I decided to watch it frame by frame to get the cheongsam material in the film. I used the screenshot function that comes with iQIYI, and I deliberately found the clips without subtitles to complete the screenshots. The advantage of this is to ensure the resolution of the pictures. At the same time can be without any watermark. In the process of repeated reading, I found two other interesting points, that is, Tony Leung's ties have also changed a lot, and Maggie Cheung's earrings have also changed a lot. Therefore, in the first rough screenshots, a total of 216 pictures were obtained, and some unsatisfactory pictures were removed, leaving a total of 49 pictures.

Some movies are watched with emotion, not logic.

Wong Kar-wai's films are probably like that.

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Extended Reading
  • Velva 2021-11-15 08:01:27

    The ambiguous belonging to Wong Kar Wai~~

  • Madisyn 2022-03-26 09:01:04

    Smoldering men and women, mahjong, cheongsam, Shanghai women

In the Mood for Love quotes

  • Chow Mo-wan: I have a chapter to finish.

    Su Li-zhen Chan: Where have you got to?

    Chow Mo-wan: The drunken master just showed up.

    Su Li-zhen Chan: When did he get written in?

    Chow Mo-wan: Just now!

  • Receptionist at 'Singapore Daily': [picks up phone] Hello, Singapore Daily.

    [into phone]

    Receptionist at 'Singapore Daily': Hold on.

    [turns to room]

    Receptionist at 'Singapore Daily': Mr. Chow, call for you.

    Chow Mo-wan: [hurriedly arrives to pick up phone] Thanks!

    [into phone]

    Chow Mo-wan: Hello?

    Chow Mo-wan: [into phone] Hello?

    [cuts to Mrs. Chan holding phone, she remains silent]