In the Mood for Love

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Joshua

Wong Kar-Wai's greatest film and truly a masterpiece. At once two stories: the fleeting age of blossoms and the longing for a Hong Kong that no longer exists. I wish more filmmakers took time to appreciate the little things. The slight lowering of the eye. The delicacy of the walk. The ...Read more

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Vaughn

Wong Kar-Wai is bae

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