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slow moving, and slightly pointless, but still good.
Endiaferon ergo . Poli kali skinothesia
bored relationships on different theme, unattracted castings but each character did well.
Beautiful cinematography that perfectly captures the city's fog-shrouded milieu and melancholic discoveries which parallel the characters' interior lives.
Not very impressed... Ending expected...
great soundtrack, superb performances by the actors
A very wonderful works,and recommended one.Chinese movie makers are always good at talking about sex in this obscure method.
Director Yibai Zhang's got a real knack for capturing a city on film. His previous work "Longest Night in Shanghai" showed the glamour of that city at night. This one captures the gray industrialism of Chongqing. There's a mystery brewing beneath this slice of life low-key indie that's never fully explained, only suggested. Solid performances from Karen Mok's beautiful legs and especially Wenli Jiang. It's great to see mature independent minded stuff like this coming from the mainland.
<a href='http://sitenoise-atthemovies.blogspot.com/2009/01/lost-indulgence-mi-guo-2008-china-zhang.html' target='_blank'>sitenoise at the movies: Lost, Indulgence (Mi Guo) (2008) China</a>
Very mature work from Zhang Yibai. Love the cinematography and the fact that Zhang finally tells a story worthy this visual beauty and perfection. However, Zhang's decision to add a tentative explanation in the pic's last fifteen minutes almost spoils the whole thing, I feel, since the mystery plot is only secondary to character development in this otherwise terrific movie.