Watch Wong Kar Wai when I'm bored

Franco 2022-04-21 09:01:47

Seeing someone's review of In the
Mood for Love for ten years I haven't seen the movie and I don't like spoilers
. I was just thinking, will I remember this movie. Ten years later. How many things can be remembered in ten years.
I decided to describe the current situation and I
don’t remember a sentence where I read it. Various things are mixed together, and the associated images will not be forgotten even after ten years. I don't know why I should forget

a rainy night at the end of June, exactly the second morning after the Dragon Boat Festival, I wanted to watch this movie, or I was bored, I couldn't sleep anyway. My mind is full of three views, thinking, and other words. Can't figure out what it means. People look at philosophy only when they are sad.

Now I watch Wong Kar Wai when I'm bored.
That's it.

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1 The entire film is covered in yellow and black wood grain with the effect of an old photo, and the dark corners around the screen Wong Kar Wai's handling of film technology is absolutely masterful. The most impressive thing in this film is the processing of a long shot and details, the real alarm clock and the virtual background. There is also the scene of Maggie Cheung going downstairs and twisting her waist.

2 There is only one kind of music in the first thirty minutes, I don't know its name, it's just a tune, only the tune, no lyrics. The frivolous piano and the tactful violin play with the restless heart. At this time, Maggie Cheung will make a wonderful appearance, just like his name, sexy yet elegant, like a water snake

3 I don't know how many minutes of the movie, it seems that the music is playing for the second time, Tony Leung is leaning against the dim wall, Surrounded by dark black horns, his brows were wrinkled, like a god of war.

4 I almost finished watching Wong Kar Wai's movie. It was the first time I saw Maggie Cheung and Tony Leung, who are so elegant. The only people who picked them up recently were the evil spirits, but they were ancient costumes. They sit wretched things without losing grace. I don't know what kind of psychology they are holding, revenge?
fun? like each other? Maybe read more. I think this is Wong Kar Wai's funniest movie. Blueberry night has always been more fun than this one, but that one is preconceived. Every time I watch Wang's movies, there is something, is that so? a feeling of. But not this time.

Let's see how below. 3.50

5 This film really needs to be carefully watched. After watching it for less than half an hour, it feels wonderful.

6 Su, who refused a thousand miles, cooked a big pot of sesame paste, laughs

7 The coincidences of love are all deliberate
8 There is actually such a way of falling in love, using his own concern for his wife and husband, and his preferences to love his lover. Just don't wear a ring?" actually wear it. Really happy to eat
9 Tony Leung, who was sitting alone at his desk, played frivolous music, is he thinking about spring again? The cheongsam is a song of the 10s and 1960s that was born for her, and

it is still a very good Mood for Love.

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Extended Reading

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]

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