Nolascape is hosting and producing film heavy conversations by Professor Henry Griffin and the author of this site. This one on a great movie by the singular director- Wong Kar Wai. The film is just beautiful to look at, and there is far more beneath the surface...
In this episode Henry and Jonathan discuss In the Mood for Love. If you don’t know this film or the work of Chinese director Wong Kar-Wei, I would suggest diving in. In the Mood for Love is a visual and auditory feast that you can watch over and over, like you look at a great painting or statue again and again. Color, sound, image, movement, quiet passion, powerful emotion powerfully restrained – it’s special.
Suggestion from the amateur (me): think about the title again after you watch the film.
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