2046: A film of glorious imagery, troubling relationships

2046 demands to be seen if only because no film (at least, no film *I've* ever seen) captures the beauty of its actresses so artfully, with such spectacular style and light. I mean that Wong Kar Wai's long-awaited follow-up to In the Mood for Love captures the subtle grace of several fine actresses in a take-your-breath-away, "aren't-women-confoundingly-fantastic" kind of way.Few films have ever concentrated so closely on colors and textures. Cinematographer Christopher Doyle (Hero, Last … [Read more...]


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