Is there a movie that is able to capture the hearts of its audience greatly, without heavily relying on a joyful narrative or glittering presentation? Is there a movie that is so immensely captivating that, for what it's worth, it transforms its cinematic visual into a giant spark of beauty? This movie, putting aside its compulsory task of jeopardizing its literacy flavour and mundane performance, is a jade stone, cinematic-ally speaking. The cinematography, enriched by the gentle, dynamic camerawork and abundant look on the countryside landscape, wrapped in natural light, packs a full-bloom solemnity that resonates with the romance and their misadventures. The film ends in modern time where the country is a little less-strict than it was, but the situation has changed for all its characters. This is probably nothing, some say it's confusing and that the filmmakers were being irrational. I say, FUCK IT. You can even turn off the subtitle or even the sound, leaving you only the images, you still can fall in love with it.