Final Film of the Wong Kar Wai Restoration Screenings at the BFI
Forgot how much sex was in this film...
In my eyes, this is Wong Kar-Wai's magnum opus. The third instalment in Wong's Love Trilogy film works as a conclusion and reflection to his whole prior filmography, by incorporating; past characters, visuals, themes, and music.
2046 is Wong's most politically advert film to date, placing the narrative around the Chinese government taking control of Hong Kong in a post-colonial…
Third Film of the Wong Kar Wai Restoration Screenings at the BFI
I haven’t seen this Film in nearly a year, with this making it my third watch. And I’m sorry to say...that magic is wearing off
Don’t get me wrong I’ll love this Film forever, it was my first introduction to Foreign Arthouse cinema and for a time my favourite film.
Off the bat from fallen angels, I take back what I said before - I prefer Fallen angels…
Second of the Wong Kar Wai Restoration Screenings at the BFI
Totally wasn’t waking around London Bridge Station with the soundtrack playing in my head like I was in the Film.
Arguably Wong’s best Film visually, and during a late night screening it couldn’t have been better.
Still not amazing me as much as it does for others, yet so many scenes and narrative beats I missed watching on my Blu-ray (Sold all my Wong films) .
Sound design and colour platte are so fluid in this dreamscape underground environment.
Oh and yeah...Chungking tomorrow:000