i really can't stand tarantino so it took me forever to finally sit down and watch this three hour long movie, and.. it was ok! not his best but the asshole can make a good movie, i can't deny it
i love how wong kar-wai manages to show both love and loneliness in his films in a very singular way.. the emotions and feelings are pictured as true and raw, i just really appreciate that in his films. after (finally) watching this, i'm sad but i think it's a good kind of sad because when a movie makes me feel so many mixed emotions, and leaves me sobbing, it means i truly lived the movie for what it was : an experience. also, i love faye wong and i said "what a Look" while lovingly staring at the screen every time she had a new outfit
I have the feeling that this movie just changed my life.The way it was filmed, the colors, the aesthetic, the music, the story, the meaning behind it... everything was an experience in itself. I'm too shook to write an actual review, but I know I'll be thinking about this film for a long, long time.