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In the Mood for Love


Tony Leung Chiu-Wai, Maggie Cheung, Rebecca Pan, ?? View All


Wong Kar-wai (Screenplay), Wong Kar-wai (Director) View All

Release: May 22nd, 2000
Runtime: 1 hour, 38 minutes
Taking place in Hong Kong of 1962, a melancholy story about the love between a woman and a man who live in the same building and one day find out that their husband and wife had an affair with each other.
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31 In the mood for love
Oh my god what a beautiful film. This is an unrequited love story set in Hong Kong in the sixties, and everything about it aches. It aches in an expanding, loving, al...
34 I'm just not in the mood for movies right now
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5 Mood Indigo
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45 What Movie Are You in the Mood for?
I thought it would be cool if people say what kind of movie they're in the mood for, and then other people give them recommendations. So we all help each other out. Anyway, I'm in the mood for a t...
20 My favorite movie=what mood am I in
I think sometimes we relate our favorite movies to the mood we are in when we see them. A person who truly watches movies for the entertainment value can have their senses intensly enhanced depending...

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I thought it looked great, but not to the level of groundbreaking all time great like I've been led to believe.
Her scolding of Maggie Cheung for allowing her husband to forever stay away, but also because of her friendship with Tony Leung's character, something that was infrequent and not looked well upon at all during the 1960s within Hong Kong, created one of the most shocking and unexpected moments of the....
While I don't necessarily think it's going to become my favourite Kar-wai film in a hurry, and it's also hard not to spot instances where he repeats himself for the worse (there's at least one scene that struck me as a less impressive variation on a rather powerful scene from Happy Together), In the....
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