Ru guo Ai (Perhaps Love) (2005)

Ru guo Ai (Perhaps Love) (2005)





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Acclaimed director Peter Chan takes the helm for this lavish, award winning musical concerning the love triangle between a handsome actor, his beautiful co-star, and a talented film director. Lin (Takeshi Kaneshiro) and his ex-lover Sun (Zhou Xun) are shooting a movie for celebrated director Nie Wen (Jacky Cheung) when the flames of their former passion are gradually rekindled. A charismatic director who has poured his entire heart and soul into making a movie about a passionate love triangle, Nie finds his entire production about to collapse as Lin does everything in his power to win back the ravishing Sun. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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All Critics (2) | Top Critics (1)

From midpoint on, as Zhou and Kaneshiro are allowed more space, the central love story does start to engage.

Full Review… | October 27, 2006
Top Critic

If you're willing to last through the first 20 minutes -- when almost nothing makes sense -- you'll find yourself sucked into one of the most astonishing and original films in recent years.

Full Review… | October 27, 2006
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Audience Reviews for Ru guo Ai (Perhaps Love)

Between a 7/10 and 8/10 -- Bollywood meets Bob Fosse in Asia -- or something like that in this wonderfully concocted melange of elements paying homage to the Hollywood musical with a distinctive Oriental flare.

Lee Mayo
Lee Mayo

This one's terrible... Peter Chan, even after 10 years have passed, cannot get over his masterpiece "Comrades: Almost a Love Story" (1996). Money he can use increased, and casts got more gorgeous, but this film does not have soul. Story is artificial, and direction is complacent. Poor post-production just makes things worse. It's just waste of time to follow such a bad story which only can exist in the head of a boy in his adolescent. For Xun Zhou's honor, however, I need to say that she is the only reason you'd want to watch this film. She's done terrific job (as always) singing, dancing, and acting of course. Takeshi Kaneshiro and Jacky Cheung are just foils for her in the film, really.

Naoya Kugimiya
Naoya Kugimiya

Really a bit disappointed. Traces off [Moulin Rouge!], [Phantom Of The Opera], etc everywhere in the film. Beside off these, plain & flat.


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