茉莉花开

茉莉花开

《茉莉花开》讲述的正是三代女人的故事。前两代因为生活在旧时代里,最终没有逃脱出命运安排的感情陷阱。无奈、绝望、失败感充斥着她们本应多姿多彩的人生。直到花这一代,才学会选择自己想要的一切。

  • This is Wong Kar-Wai, a man with a very distinct vision in his movies. I also love the music and the dresses she wears in this film.

  • This is a wonderful story, showcasing both the lovely direction of Thai director Pen-Ek Ratanaruang and the talented cinematography of Christopher Doyle, who is also known to work with Wong Kar-Wai on his films. The characters ... This is a wonderful story, showcasing both the lovely direction of Thai director Pen-Ek Ratanaruang and the talented cinematography of Christopher Doyle, who is also known to work with Wong Kar-Wai on his films. The characters are both interesting, and their interactions with each other--the awkwardness of men-women relations coupled with language and culture barriers--are fun to watch. It was a unique treat for me, being a fan of both Thai and Japanese cultures.

  • I saw this film in a Chinese Cinema class I was taking in college, and although I didn't write the title of "Yi Yi, one of the greatest movies of all time" (that was written by another user), I won't argue with that person because... I saw this film in a Chinese Cinema class I was taking in college, and although I didn't write the title of "Yi Yi, one of the greatest movies of all time" (that was written by another user), I won't argue with that person because this really is a great film. It may be a bit slow-paced for some folks, but for those of you used to Asian cinema that reveals itself slowly, like a flower gently opening from bud to bloom, this is a treasure. It touches on one of my most favourite topics: the alienation of people, especially loved ones--in this case, family members. I want to own this film, as it's utterly amazing, and I recommend watching it whenever you get the chance.

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