An Autumn's Tale (1987) - Rotten Tomatoes

An Autumn's Tale (1987)





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In this film, Hong Kong-born Cheri Chung, aspiring to an acting career, heads for New York. Also in the Big Apple is Cheri's boyfriend, who has thrown her over in favor of a homosexual relationship. The girl survives this trauma with the help of her Americanized relative.
Art House & International , Drama , Romance
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D & B Films Co. Ltd.


Yun-Fat Chow
as Samuel Pang
Cherie Chung
as Jennifer Lee
Brenda Lo
as May Chu
Ming Suen Jeng
as Anna Sherwood
GiGi Wong
as Mrs. Sherwood
Fu Sheng Wu
as Peggy
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Another love story in which Chow Yun Fat and Cherie Chung play hero and heroin. Almost all location shoot in NYC, and it makes me miss that city. Chow Yun Fat is really really good to play this kind of role of a man with a child heart - like a man who is usually liked by a lot of guys (not in gay way) but makes a woman feel unsecure to be with. Although Yun Fat and Cherie both do good jobs, it is just another ordinary love story EXCEPT for the ending. It is straight good scene, using a watch symbolically to explain an unaccomplished feeling of love. This love story is not an easy love fantasy but a realistic mature love story. Sometimes a love does not come true due to so many realistic problems especially if a man is not settled like Chow Yun Fat character in this film. I can identify mine with Mabel Cheung's viewpoint on relationship between a man and a woman. I really believe female directors are usually much better in making love story films. I just love this ending part of the film.

Naoya Kugimiya
Naoya Kugimiya

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