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Rosalio Galvan almost 3 years ago
but man is faye annoying
Seth Oldmixon over 4 years ago
I've probably seen this film a million times. Never gets old.
James Van almost 5 years ago
I can get high off nothing but this movie. A truly beautiful piece of work
Peter Zockoll over 5 years ago
All the Mays.
Nancy Yu over 5 years ago
One of my favourite film soundtracks!! Love Wong Fei.
Melli Yaeger 6 years ago
Obsessed with this movie. So charming and sad and funny and interesting. Nothin like it.
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Jesse Beatson over 3 years ago
Chungking Express (simplified Chinese: 重庆森林; traditional Chinese: 重慶森林; literal: Chungking Forest) is a 1994 Hong Kong film written and directed by Wong Kar-wai. The film consists of two stories told in sequence, each about a lovesick Hong Kong policeman mulling over his relationship with a woman. The first story stars Takeshi Kaneshiro as a cop who is obsessed with the break-up of his relationship with a woman named May and his platonic encounter with a mysterious drug smuggler (Brigitte Lin). The second stars Tony Leung as a police officer who is roused from his gloom over the loss of his flight attendant girlfriend (Valerie Chow) by the attentions of a quirky snack bar worker (Faye Wong). The film depicts a paradox in that even though the characters live in densely-packed Hong Kong, they are mostly lonely and live in their own inner worlds. The Chinese title translates to "Chungking Jungle", referring to the metaphoric concrete jungle of the city, as well as to Chungking Mansions...
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