Kar Wai Wong’s 1994 Chungking Express, what with twenty-four frames per second (sometimes doubled), soft film grain, and crisp little rips and shreds of the running celluloid in between cuts, is a magic of cinema history to be...
A tale on the rewards afforded of camaraderie, a team of three disillusioned young people scheme and fight for changes in their lives. Johnnie To’s Throw Down is as much fun as it is heart-warming, a truly different kind of sen...
Both are juxtaposed to give us much action in still scenes. We know Leung is the good man, but we also cannot look away from his acting the good guy. He’s just too good at it to ignore.
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