13 comments

  • By Murmer99
    September 26, 2012
    02:49 PM

    Great film. I'm content with my dvd copy and I love Wong Kar Wai. Release Eraserhead next!
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    • By NotInOurStars
      July 01, 2014
      09:29 PM

      1 year and 355 days later.
  • By BRAD
    September 26, 2012
    05:57 PM

    Reason 1: A love story with substance. Reason 2: Wong Kar-wai one of the Great Directors of our generation. Reason 3: Blu-ray is the ultimate format to keep preservation of great films like this.
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  • By nolan w.
    September 26, 2012
    07:11 PM

    1: so much feeling. 2: so much beauty. 3: so simply stated. one of my favorite films ever, i am proud to own this.
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  • By Gord
    September 26, 2012
    07:34 PM

    1. Chungking Express is great so I figure this should be pretty good too; 2. I like the color red & pretty girls (Danger! Danger!); 3. Without DVDs & Blu-rays my TV is pretty much a combination nightlight & space heater.
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  • By The Narrator Returns
    September 26, 2012
    07:55 PM

    1. The sensuality practically oozes out of the screen. 2. That score. 3. That photography
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  • By Sidney
    September 26, 2012
    08:14 PM

    1) The lush color cinematography. 2) The performances of Tony Leung & Maggie Cheung. 3) The cover art.
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  • By bobunitone
    September 27, 2012
    12:58 AM

    1. Christopher Doyle. 2. Dumplings. 3. Making smoking look so sexy.
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  • By chadh
    September 27, 2012
    06:37 AM

    1.Wong Kar Wai 2.Wong Kar Wai 3.Wong Kar Wai
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  • By Patrick
    October 01, 2012
    12:20 PM

    1.Evocation 2.Cinematography 3.The Score
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  • By lenij
    October 02, 2012
    08:24 PM

    1. The cheongsam parade 2. Tony Leung and Maggie Cheung 3. The sexiest cigarette smoking scene I have ever seen on film
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  • By Zoodermin
    October 29, 2012
    06:06 PM

    1. Best love story that never happened. 2. Amazing performances. 3. Intoxicating score and breathtaking cinematography.
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  • By dasboot4211
    December 26, 2012
    12:54 AM

    1-Wong Kar-wai's direction. 2- The cinematography!!! and 3- Maggie Cheung's walk in the film when she walks anywhere in slow motion with the wonderful ,sensual soundtrack.
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