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The acting in this film is very subtle and stylized.
Is he trying to say that love is eternal, unapologetic and transcends time or that it is cruel, ever-changing and subject to interpretation?
Ok, maybe this movie is for those that like obscure, "artsie" films, but for the normal watcher, I do not advise getting this film.
Two actors (Shu Qi and Chen Chang) playing three stories of love, from 1966, 1911, 2005.
This is an exquisite movie; it is as beautiful as only a painting by Vermeer can... Read more
Love the cinematography of this movie, as well as the artistic scenes.Published 5 months ago by Eric Chang
Taiwanese director Hou Hsiao Hsien is a critically acclaimed auteur whose work is maddeningly unavailable on DVD. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Film Buff
I have watched the first part of this trilogy many times from local video stores. Because it is a trilogy I can only discuss the first part. Read morePublished 13 months ago by artistnatural
I saw this movie several years ago after running across it at my local Blockbuster, and I have not been able to stop thinking about it since. Read morePublished 18 months ago by lily t.
This is a great reincarnation movie from China. I have watched it many times. It has three stories when people show up in each other's lives three times. I highly recommend it.Published 20 months ago by Michael Douglas Neely
I really enjoyed watching different time periods of this Chinese movie. It is interesting to see what was happening in another part of the world and relate it to what was happening... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Brad
Ok to watch in a pinch but definitely a bit slow and seemed like there was a basic costume change missing in the beginnign that wouldvbe made it make more sense..Published 24 months ago by Birgit Mitchell