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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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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  • Before "Oldboy" there was "Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance", and it was good. Serieous fun.

  • 'Valley of Flowers' is a epic Himalayan legend of a love struggling against the inevitability of death, an astonishing tale spanning from the early 19th century mountain existence, to hectic, bustling modern day Tokyo. There is mu... 'Valley of Flowers' is a epic Himalayan legend of a love struggling against the inevitability of death, an astonishing tale spanning from the early 19th century mountain existence, to hectic, bustling modern day Tokyo. There is much to love about this film, the direction, the cinematography, the great cast--made featuring first time actress, actual nomads, the use of actual Himalayan locations, and period costumes, the fabulous soundtrack, and the use of magic and mystery which fortunately was not created through CGI, we need to see more stories like this one, thank you!