Zhou Yu's Train (2004)
Critic Consensus: Despite some beautifully framed images, this mood piece, told in a fractured fashion, is confounding and, ultimately, unsatisfying.
Zhou Yu's Train Photos
as Zhou Yu/Xiu
as Chen Ching
as Train conductor
as Uncle Guai
as Zhou Yu, as a young girl
Critic Reviews for Zhou Yu's Train
Li fails to stoke much heat in Sun Zhou's pretentious and symbolic love triangle.
Beautiful to look at but aimless as a broken compass.
Zhou Yu's Train has its strengths, but it's clearly no bullet train.
This is one of those languid numbers where slow motion -- and there's lots of it -- is meant to signify poetry, and a line like 'I know my lake is artificial, but it's full of water' is supposed to seem lyrical.
The effort required at the end of Zhou Yu's Train to sort out exactly what just went down isn't worth the payoff.
Audience Reviews for Zhou Yu's Train
Some nice twists and excellent performances from Gong Li and Tony Leung Ka Fai.
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