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Di Qiu Zui Hou De Ye Wan is a movie starring Wei Tang, Jue Huang, and Sylvia Chang. A man went back to Guizhou, found the tracks of a mysterious woman. He recalls the summer he spent with her twenty years ago.

Other Titles
Długa podróż dnia ku nocy, Diqiu zuihou de yewan, Uzun Bir Günden Geceye Yolculuk, Long Day's Journey Into Night, Longa Jornada Noite Adentro, Largo viaje hacia la noche, Last Night on Earth, Ilga dienos kelione i nakti, Deikau zeoihau dik jemaan, Un grand voyage vers la nuit, Longa Jornada Noite Adentro 3-D, 地球最後的夜晚, Дуго путовање у ноћ, ロングデイズ・ジャーニー この夜の涯てへ, Long Day's Journey into Night, Roadside Picnic
Running Time
2 hours 18 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Drama, Mystery
Bi Gan
Bi Gan
Jue Huang, Sylvia Chang, Wei Tang, Hong-Chi Lee
France, China
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A man went back to Guizhou, found the tracks of a mysterious woman. He recalls the summer he spent with her twenty years ago.

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"A Question of Honor" (1979) isn't an overly challenging film, but it is a powerful and meaningful film. It follows the inner struggle of a Chinese girl named Nan (Liu Yin) and her friend, Xiao Ping (Benny Shih), who meet while they are playing baseball in the countryside. Nan tells Xiao Ping she doesn't have to be the class princess and allows her to be a member of her school club. However, Nan feels she has to do something to prove her worth to the Emperor's Court, so she agrees to be the "broom warden" at the Palace, a position of responsibility that requires her to be hard-nosed and rule the school at night. It's her first time in charge and she is chosen. This is where the film really starts to pick up. Nan's powers and abilities come to the forefront. The costume is now a bit more flamboyant, and she has some interesting skills and abilities. The film can be a bit slow to get going but once it does, the film becomes quite a gripping story about sacrifice, honor, and class. This is the first film to have two Chinese actors in the main roles. They both have one strong personality and a strong voice. They do a great job of reflecting the values of the time and they play off each other well. The soundtrack by Wang Hsi-Tang is very different and at times heavy. The film ends on a rather powerful note and I do recommend it. It is a powerful story about one of the most important stories of the modern era.

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Sandra Gutierrez

This movie was made for Asian TV and it is the first movie from China. It tells the story of two young lovers. One is a stud, and the other is a guy who uses the internet to have relations with girls. The story is told in flashbacks, and the actors all spoke with subtitles. The images and sounds were good, though the Chinese language used was a bit bad. The special effects were very good. I watched the movie several times, and I have a hard time believing that some of the images were real. It's a good movie. Also, the plot is not too common for the Asian movies, but I'm sure it will be better on a bigger screen. The plot may have been a bit predictable, but the characters are very interesting. I really liked the Chinese characters. Also, the Chinese people spoke in a very natural way, almost like the Chinese people themselves spoke. It's definitely not a movie for Western people, but for Asian people it will be great. I recommend it for everyone who likes Asian movies.

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The Oceans are a violent, noisy, cruel, desolate place. They are a place where life has been cruelly destroyed by the aggressive behaviour of the sea. With the latest instalment in the popular Chinese Academy Award winning director Wong Kar-Wai's trilogy about the strange and difficult relationship between humans and the sea, The Oceans and I is perhaps his most personal and thought provoking film. Shot on location in different parts of the world, the film's title comes from the phrase "most of the water comes from the oceans". The director's name literally translates to "lying by the ocean", and this statement serves as a place to start. The Oceans is a novel in the same vein as "The Sinking of the Unbelievable", in which a large expanse of water has been used to create a home for a couple of people stranded on an island. It's a beautifully shot film, but it isn't a masterpiece. In fact, it feels rather pedestrian. Director Wong Kar-Wai (who has been a Chinese film-maker for the past twenty years) presents a little scene in which a character stands by the shore, completely submerged, drinking from a puddle of water, and his character is shown to be alone, struggling to keep warm in the icy cold water. This scene is quite tense, but the next scene appears as though the person standing by the shore is also struggling to keep warm. A large part of the film's story is about a woman named Pan (played by Mia Wasikowska), who lost her son and herself to the violent behaviour of the sea. Pan is a pretty, happy-go-lucky woman who starts to realise that she doesn't want to live the life of a fisherman anymore. She buys a kayak for herself and makes a living by taking people from the ocean. When she meets up with a man called Jin-Soo (played by Sung Kang), who is also a fisherman, she is taken on a journey with him to the far reaches of the ocean. Their journey takes them to the sea's edge, where they encounter creatures that can move faster than their eyesight. However, when the sea is at its most violent, when its tentacles burst through the hull of their boat and they begin to struggle, it is the woman who begins to have doubts about what to do next. The woman's problems are complicated by her unbalanced relationship with her son. When she sees him struggling, she doesn't want to leave him, but in the end, it is she who has to decide whether to continue with her journey with Jin-Soo, or if she should stay with her son. When it comes to the narrative, there are certain moments that are difficult to sit through, particularly during the final act, where Pan is haunted by the act of murder that she has committed. However, it isn't the horrific act of murder that the film is so concerned about. The film is about the emotions that the filmic representation of the sea can have on a human being. The film is not a violent film, in fact, the violence is used only in moments of necessity. It is a question of the emotional response that the audience must go through. This is not a violent film, this is a film about a person's relationship with the sea and what happens when the sea is in conflict with one's human spirit. The sea is not merely a place, it is a way of life, and as such, there is always a price to pay. The protagonist in the film is Pan, a woman who has been reduced to a single woman. This film is told through the lens of a woman who is alone, but as long as she continues to keep a positive attitude, it will be easier for her to move forward in the long term. If she doesn't, the sea may be able to destroy her. The question that we have is whether or not Pan can make the right decision in the long term. The film asks the question, "When the sea is in conflict with one's human spirit, who will decide?" This question is

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Sharon Knight

Tung Chow-hung's "The Owl and the Pussycat" is the first film in which director Chow's used an adult protagonist to tell his story. His previous movies featured two-dimensional characters who were cast as children and young adults. Chow's past works with different genres have provided interesting contrasts to his current works: "The Forbidden" with a semi-adult (so to speak) minor and "Bicycle Thieves" with a serious (but ultimately comic) crime film. In "The Owl and the Pussycat" he uses the same storytelling device and he does it in an interesting way. The main character is a young woman named Mei Yin (Shirley Cheung) who lives in Hong Kong. She lives alone in a very small flat and spends her time living with her mother (Ying Kwan-Fu) and her grandmother (Luo Xi Li). Mei is very lonely, so her friends are willing to help her and Mei starts spending their time. These friends are like the family that Mei's mother lives with, and Mei gets to know a variety of different people. The main character also begins to develop feelings for one of them, a very nice and open young man named Ru Ling (Miho Okamura). In the course of the film, Mei starts to fall in love with Ru and her friends fall in love with Ru, so Mei is forced to take a stand in her own sense of love. This is a very simple and serious film about love and friendship. The main character is not very appealing, so the viewer may feel alienated. There are a few scenes that make you think "what is this going on?" but the plot is so simple and straightforward that you don't care. Overall, the film is very good. It's a story about a woman who spends her time with her friends and she helps them to overcome a difficult situation. The film has a very interesting plot with several characters and a twist at the end that is worth noticing. This is a film that you will enjoy because of its simplicity and its message about friendship and love. Grade B+

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Tammy C.

A festival of tales, most of which are psychological, not suspenseful. The best ones, however, involve a very abrupt ending that will leave the audience speechless. Most of the stories are obviously meant to be tragic, or at least symbolic of someone's death. (Of course, "Devil's Daughter" is obviously meant to be a tragedy) "Twilight of the Spirits" is no exception. But the film is so well written that it ends up being a psychological thriller. The protagonist is young, attractive, and smart. This young lady, in a turn of events, discovers that her father has left her mother, and is now living with his college friend. She is now frightened and confused about the sudden end to her father. So she decides to have a mystical experience to clear her mind. To her surprise, she falls in love with a young man who is at the same university and runs the cafe where she meets her father. His friend is very cautious about the girl and doesn't want to spend too much time with her. The rest of the story follows the protagonist as she tries to find out who her father is. I think this film is about 20 minutes too long, but it's a short film. It will keep you on the edge of your seat until the end.

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Dylan S.

Flawed but well-made mystery drama that you may want to look at some more than once, which is the case here. Told from the perspective of a young police detective, this film shows that no one is innocent. The movie draws its strength from its great premise, which the story somehow works better if you understand how it is depicted. The case the story revolves around is a murder. The killer has escaped from prison and is on the run. The detective, Lan, is assigned to track him down and to prove to the public that he is the killer. The film is filled with mystery and plot twists, but is never too fast or confusing, and keeps things moving at a nice pace. The story is very well-written, with subtle and sophisticated twists. The cast is brilliant, especially the four leads: Ziyi Zhang is terrific as Lan, and the rest of the cast is superb as well. This is a very well-made movie, and shows that China is now in the international spotlight with impressive movies. It is definitely a movie that people should see. 8/10

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Craig S.

A beautiful psychological drama from the Golden Fox Theater of Hong Kong, A Little Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, directed by Ricky Wang and with the incomparable Yano Muyi-wei. If this movie is anything like the aforementioned I don't think there's a single person in the world that will ever be able to imagine what the hell I just saw. I won't tell you the plot because it's a little too long but if you're the type that's not really much of a thrill seeker you should probably skip it. If you're one of the latter people that is, this is a fantastic movie. The opening sequence is one of the best you'll ever see and the entire movie is as good or better than any I've ever seen. There are two characters you really need to pay attention to; the one played by Yun-Fat Wang, who's the main character and also has a big part in the movie, and the female lead played by Cheng-Hwa Lee. The two really add a lot of depth to this movie and are at the same time the most interesting characters. The second is a far more humorous and cute character played by Lui-Ping Wu and she really makes you feel as if you're watching the same film as Yun-Fat Wang. She's a very sweet, kind and sweet-hearted young girl that's the main character's friend and also her love interest. And also another important character is played by the highly talented Jen-Gong Yip. This is one of the best films I've seen in recent years and I've seen a lot. It's the kind of movie that you can see over and over again, whether it's through DVD or DVD on Blu-Ray and still it won't lose anything from its impact. It's simply a movie that'll remain with you even if you never get around to seeing it again.

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Samuel Curtis

Theresa T's kung fu movie of the 90's is known for being a great psychological thriller, that also has some cool CGI action, and some crazy characters. Most of the movie is taken up by this character, a wealthy woman who has a very good heart, but is a very self-centered, manipulative, controlling, and controlling woman. The movie is about her father's death, and she is in desperate need of money. This movie is unique in that the film has a slow, relaxed pace, and a lot of background characters that don't seem to matter. The characters are well developed, with a good story, and are fully realized. The main character, played by Jackie Chan, is very strange, like a woman who is almost too mentally stable, who may be a serial killer, but is unable to kill herself. She is a man in a woman's body, and is unable to kill herself. She is very smart, and knows what she wants. She has a temper, and likes to be the center of attention. She is almost like a princess, and is very possessive of herself. She knows that she has nothing, and that is why she is so angry. She is also very able to get people to do things for her, even though she is a bit neurotic, and doesn't know what to say. When she is angry, she seems very warm and friendly, but when she is sad, her tone changes, and she seems really cold and abusive. The main thing that differentiates this film from most kung fu movies of the 90's is that it is written, and acted by the actors, who don't seem to care what they are saying. It is very natural, and they are very believable. There is a lot of suspense and good dialog in the movie, and there are a lot of good martial arts fights. In fact, this is one of the best films to come out of the 90's, and is probably Jackie Chan's best movie ever. This is probably one of his best movies, and he is a great actor. He plays a neurotic, arrogant woman, who is very possessive of herself, and wants to have everything for herself. She is very cold, and does not have a good heart. It is a very interesting story, and is probably the most original movie I have seen. There is a lot of action, and it has some good effects, though it is mostly CGI, not too much. However, the story is well developed, and has a good ending. Overall, the movie is a good story, with a good story, and excellent actors. This is an underrated film, and one of the better kung fu films of the 90's, and it is a very good movie.

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This movie is a kind of a thriller which is really entertaining and enjoyable. I guess that the target of the movie is to remind you the feeling of the modern city and its people. The story is pretty good and the way it develops is a pleasant way to follow. The movie is very different from other movies of the genre. The acting is good and especially the character of Wu Zhu is very well played by the actress who was the main character in the drama "Before the Rain". I think that this movie has a nice plot but it's a very good film to watch and to tell a story to your family and friends.

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Johnnie To (Maika Monroe) is a veteran of WWI who is now trying to recover from the loss. The story revolves around her trying to get to grips with the loss of her father. She works for a bank and she is always worried about her job and her future. The story starts when she is driving her father to a road accident. She is able to keep up with the car and in the end he is able to drive on the other side. This is an amazing story. Maika is able to understand the loss of her father. She realizes that she could not recover him from the accident. The movie shows the effects of the loss of family and its effects on the body and mind. The story is fascinating and it is a real emotional movie. I think Johnnie is a great actress. She is able to relate the story with the people around her and her situation is realistic. I recommend this movie.

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Judy Stevens

This is a bold experimental film that's different. Here we have a film that's made in the extreme of a human condition, and it's even more interesting for that. I feel that this film is one of the best I've seen since Tarkovsky's Sixth Sense. The way the film is made, it's incredibly hard to follow. I can't help thinking that we're watching a movie with no plot, just people talking, and you have to listen to them, not be listening to them, just because they're talking. The ending is a little bit far fetched, but it's still unique. This film really resonates with people, and it's very difficult to come up with a good reason why it's worth watching. I love it, I love it. I can't say anything bad about it, I still can't say anything good about it, I'll be very open to comments. When you watch this film, watch it with an open mind, but don't go in expecting a film. If you do, you'll probably be disappointed.

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Dorothy Estrada

The movie does not have a strong plot, but it's still interesting to watch, and one can easily appreciate the bizarre atmosphere of this film. With the lack of common sense and morals, you can't really know where to draw the line, but the movie shows a path to where one should tread. It is also very difficult to tell if the "bad" guys are good or bad, because they're so strange and unpredictable. The cast is also good, and everyone has a different style. While on the one hand they are drawn in a dark and dangerous way, on the other hand they are amazingly warm and charming. I have to agree with another reviewer who said that the actors are all playing their characters as they are, but in their own ways. The ending is also very good, and it keeps you in your seat and makes you think about what is really going on. The way the story develops is also very unpredictable, and the ending also makes you realize that you've been watching a film, and not real life. It's a different story, that's for sure. If you don't like a movie with a lot of action and killing, it is probably not for you. If you are used to horror films, or like the unique plot, it is worth watching. My rating: 8 out of 10.

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Steven W.

I just came from the theater and I was curious as to how this movie would be. I am a fan of the book and it was a real pleasure to see a translation from the original Chinese to English. I must say that I was extremely surprised with this movie. It was really breathtaking and the acting was a bit above what I had expected. The movie was very long at 2 hours and 12 minutes. But I didn't even feel the time when I was waiting for the end to come. The story was intriguing and it left me wanting to know what happens next. I would definitely recommend this movie for any fan of the books.

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The enigmatic and enigmatic Jackie Chan's "The Immortal Technique" (2012) is a masterpiece of cinematic art. The film follows the story of Mr. Lo Lieh, a "human volcano" (the phrase is from "Chinatown"). Lo Lieh is the poster child of the Maoist revolution in the last half of the 20th century. After a successful revolution, he is kicked out of the party and begins to fight against the enemies of the Communist Party. After a failed attempt to assassinate him, he is reborn, with the same name, and a similar, mysterious fighting style. The film is about his fight against the enemies of the party and his love for someone he did not really like. The film is shot in black and white and has a haunting soundtrack composed by Xiao Wei. It is a perfect example of an historical movie, in which the historical events are relatable to the present, but with a new twist. The film is one of my favorite Chan films and I do recommend it to those who love Chan films. It is one of the best Chan films ever and I highly recommend it to all Chan fans.

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Yasmin Wong (Michelle Yeoh) is a "Kang Lee" (Kang Lee) in Hong Kong who wants to get her diploma as a "Kang" student, but her parents forbid her to leave. She falls in love with an American classmate (Brad Renfro) and attempts to get her mother (Rebecca Romijn) to switch jobs to get her a "Kang" degree, but her mother is against it. Also, her father is dying. This movie is very similar to "A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Talent" (1986), although this is a straight-forward story about two individuals that want to succeed in life and they do succeed, with the special elements of the "Kang" in the form of Brad Renfro. This movie also contains a real heart-breaking scene in which Brad Renfro and the mother meet. On the other hand, there is more romance in this movie than in the previous one. However, this movie is much more realistic than the previous one. In the last scene, the mother and the father try to get the two of them to be a "Kang" but it doesn't work out well. In this movie, Brad Renfro plays a well-liked comedian that turns into a famous playwright. It was also a lot of fun to see the two of them go through a lot of emotional and emotional scenes. There are some humorous scenes. This movie may seem hard to follow because of the many stories and some of the complex and confusing story lines. This movie is not for everybody because the messages are not clear, and some may be lost in the difficult plot. However, if you are looking for a heart-breaking movie about people who want to succeed in life and do succeed, and you enjoy emotional and emotional movies with lots of action, this is the movie for you.

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Michael F.

Well, I was a bit skeptical of the movie after watching the trailer. However, i was pleasantly surprised. I thought the movie had the potential to be something awesome. And i am happy to say that i am definitely glad i did not pay any money for the ticket to see this movie. I am not someone who is a big fan of action movies, but i was really impressed with this movie. The director and writer did a great job with the story and the acting was outstanding. Also, the movie itself was not the same as many other action movies out there, the fighting scenes were not the typical long, drawn out punches and kicks. But i think that most action movie watchers will not mind. the fight scenes were intense and made me go "Wow, that was intense". And the ending was interesting, i think that the director wanted to show that the director can make a movie even better. I would rate this movie an 8 out of 10. It was a bit predictable, but it did not ruin the movie for me. Overall, I recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys action movies and want to watch a good movie. I know that many people in the audience were very excited when the movie started. I did not know what to expect from the movie, but i did not think that it would be that bad. I guess you should just wait for the DVD. It is not the best movie ever, but I will recommend this movie to everyone who enjoys action movies. This movie is not a blockbuster movie, but it is good. The acting is very good, the movie is enjoyable. I think it will be worth seeing.

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Emma M.

The great John Huston is the star, so of course it is going to be good. But some of the actors seem to have no acting ability at all. Tony Leung Chi-Ying plays the middle aged alcoholic who wants to do good but does not know how. He is played by Lee Hsiao-hsien, who is not believable at all. What is even more baffling is that he and he alone are the only two people in the movie. And I don't think I could see that many people in the movie. It's like a TV show. Not the most entertaining movie in the world, but good enough to make it a decent pick for a rainy day.

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Christina Porter

A pair of criminals, Chinese princess and French police officer, are captured by a notorious gangster, but are unable to escape due to their diplomatic status. The princess is forced to marry the gangster, but in return, must cooperate with the French government, which grants her diplomatic status. The princess and police officer meet for the first time at a police station, and attempt to escape the police station. The gangster is chasing them, and eventually the princess and police officer must use their diplomatic status to escape. I have not read the novel, but I was interested in the plot. The movie is a bit predictable, but the cast is excellent. I also like that the gangster, who is part of the French government, is portrayed as a bad guy rather than an official in the police department. The French government should be more involved with diplomatic affairs, rather than only granting diplomatic status, and we should see more of the French government, rather than the French police, in this story. We don't really know anything about the gangster, other than that he is really wealthy and sends his daughter to school with him. As the police officer, Diane Lane is also very good. Her accent is good. The Chinese princess, Renee Zellweger, is more beautiful, but is still a good actress. The plot is a bit predictable, and the characters are generally not well developed. However, the movie has a great sense of style. The shots of the castle, the police station, the French embassy, and the horse cart all are very well done. The French scenery is beautiful, and the English dialog is very good. In addition, the movie has some very moving scenes. For example, when the princess attempts to save her daughter, the horse cart being pursued by the gangster is beautifully filmed. However, the movie is not very well filmed. The acting is fine, but the directing is very good. The director did a very good job of creating a cinematic atmosphere. This movie has the good sense of style, and has an excellent sense of style. This movie is not one of the best foreign films, but it is one of the better movies that I have seen in a while. I give it a seven out of ten.

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Megan C.

I must admit I have not seen this movie since my college days. When I found out it was actually made in 1980, I finally got around to it. Though not as good as the two others, it is still very good, I found it was very interesting and at times challenging. It does go a little slow, and could have been better. But overall, I like it very much and think it is a great movie, so I recommend it to those who like the indie movie genre. It is much better than other film like "You're Not You" which is a bad movie with an awesome director.

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Christian P.

I've been watching Li Mu Bai's movies for a while, and I must say that this film is pretty good. The premise of a married couple who lost their lives in a plane crash is not new, but I found this film to be very suspenseful, especially the last 30 minutes. The only flaw that I can see in this movie is that the dialogue between Li Mu Bai and her young daughter is a little bit too hard. In one scene, Li Mu Bai seems to lose her daughter's understanding of language, and in the next scene, it seems to be regained. Overall, I liked this movie a lot.

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Sara G.

The film is about a young woman, whose husband is killed in a car accident. She is left alone in a small town with a young man, who is her former husband's best friend. The two women have a relationship, but their relationship is very distant. The film is very beautiful and realistic. The cinematography is beautiful and the acting is very good. It is a very good movie, I think it is one of the best Chinese movies I have ever seen.

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This film is a true work of art, with a great plot, great acting, great photography and a great soundtrack. This film is a great film to watch at any time. It is not to be missed.

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Christian Garrett

While watching this movie I was wondering how I would interpret the film. First, the background is a dystopian vision, one in which this one man builds an island for himself. The majority of the movie is a travelogue through his island, as he meets up with a handful of like minded people. Some of the characters he meets are his enemies, like the town leader, the "mother" of his girls, and a woman who appears to be a native of this island, although she doesn't speak a word of Chinese. What I was most interested in is the result of his travels. Does he live the life he expects? Does he fulfill his hopes? And what about the other side of this island? How is this island perceived by the locals? What are the customs that those who live on this island have to endure? Is there a sense of belonging, even in their loneliness? I'm glad I got to see this movie, it was a film that I thought was extremely good and fascinating. However, I don't think I will watch it again for a while. Maybe I need to understand what was going on a little better, and I'll try to connect with the characters better. I think this movie could have been even better, if they'd written it with more of a narrative framework, and had a greater budget for the acting. The acting was good, but some of the characters, especially the main characters, were not given enough screen time to develop.

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It's amazing how much they can say about their world. The movie "Li Hong Zhen Xia" or "Nine Circles and a Day" is about the ordinary, real life struggle of a man named Yin (Zhang Ziyi). I have to admit that the first half of the movie made me wonder if there was a point to the whole thing. I couldn't understand why the three eldest daughters would have a secret affair with this guy. The plot is confusing and there are too many characters to consider. But when you look back on the movie, you will see that the directors were still trying to connect the characters. One of the most interesting characters is the photographer Wei (Chow Yun-Fat). His world is centered around photography and his camera. The scenes in which he is using his camera to document his life are very powerful and realistic. The camera he has around him is a symbol of his life and the film uses this as a main theme. The symbolism is very powerful in the end of the film. The director and writer have developed a lot of interesting characters in this movie, but the questions of how they relate to each other and what's the meaning of that conflict is what makes this movie a real treat to the eyes and a real treat to the brain.

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I love and love watching Asian films, and this film is excellent. I highly recommend it to anyone who likes films. This film is not like any film I have ever seen before. It is dark and serene, with a great storyline, characters and acting. I would like to see it again, I think it was good and would watch it again.