Rod Sedgwick’s review published on Letterboxd:
"All Memories Are Traces of Tears"
Wong Kar-wai's follow up to the impeccable In the Mood for Love is making a deeper impression with each viewing, and this time the narrative arcs seemed to become easier to follow than previously. Love lies bleeding in this intoxicating tapestry of time and space as memories and secrets possess and haunt the characters who revolve around both the year and the room 2046. Everything here is melancholic beauty personified.