A Tale of Three Cities (San cheng ji) (2015)
Critic Reviews for A Tale of Three Cities (San cheng ji)
More affected than affecting, A Tale of Three Cities offers neither the best nor the worst of times; instead, it's a surprisingly middling if mildly entertaining affair conjured out of one extraordinary real story.
... realistic acting and amazing on-screen chemistry make for a heartwarming tale of love and resilience that will move even the hardest of hearts.
[Tang Wei and Lau Ching Wan's] ill-fated romance, which takes them from Anhui to Shanghai and then Hong Kong in 1930s war-torn China, is moving and believable, even if they appear utterly mismatched at first.
While both Lau and Wei give decent performances independently, there is barely a spark between them on screen.
Considering the star power of its two leads, it is a pity that this film wasn't conceived as more of a two-hander.
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