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Did'nt know it in Mandarin with out an English subtitles, a waste of my moneyPublished 5 days ago by lorraine roberson
Good story, but sad ending about internal strife during the Japanese occupation of China during WW2. Read morePublished 17 days ago by James S. Hughes
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|What led our heroin to save Yee?||
I was sad about the ending, but think it is consistent with the characters of both. Yee is a monster, torturing those who threaten the Japanese occupation. He plays one role at home for his wife and her friends and another as the collaborating traitor, willing to do anything to maintain his... Read More
Jul 14, 2008 by dailyreader | See all 6 posts
As long as it is the right region you're getting a perfectly fine product. I have blu-ray imports of Children of Men, Trainspotting, The Seventh Seal, and a few others that all play fine. The only thing is you might need to change the subtitles.
Oct 12, 2008 by Heroin Smoker | See all 2 posts
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NC-17 replaces the X version.
Feb 13, 2008 by Diana Stout | See all 5 posts
|Favorite Ang Lee Film||
I agree with you. It seem; however, that most people forget Lee's fabulous movie "The Wedding Banquet". Talk about a director of all seasons!!!
Oct 26, 2007 by Sun Dog | See all 4 posts
|Is this the version described in Universal Studio's news release?||
I thought so too that Amazon's description was vague. For languages it states English and French but no Chinese(Mandarin) it also states its dubbed (which I hate). Which this clears up.
Feb 17, 2008 by Yankeex1 | See all 5 posts
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