Hungkat’s review published on Letterboxd:
A person’s heart can’t be turned on and off all the time like a switch. Once it’s on, it won’t turn off.
I’m back...again. After having traveled to the 1960s Hong Kong on Valentines, through time just to hear the rattling Mahjong tiles, the small talks along the whispering corridor and observe the coquettish grins and the absence of someone, something indefinite. I’ve come for Tony but stayed for Maggie. What’s left here is only a lifeless husk robotically typing, informing you that my real self is trapped in 2046. Enjoy your love, companionship, cherish it while it’s hot before it dissipates into the hollowed tree.