In The Mood For Love is a master class in visual storytelling, dialogue, and cinematography. It's very rapid pace which jumps through time requires the audience to be fully engaged to each and every frames.
A heartbreaking fantasy about coping with reality, one where the two main characters don't want to face.
Each frames a film still, carrying a melancholic visual which has its own self-containing story. There were numerous times where I was left in awe of the brilliant camerawork, blocking, and use of colors.
I'll visit this film again in the future, as it definitely needs multiple viewing to be able to fully appreciate it.