Wayne Wang

Sisters-for-life torn apart in schmaltzy Chinese melodrama.
Hong Kong-born director Wayne Wang explores 'laotong," the traditional Chinese practice in which two women bind themselves as sisters for life, in this handsomely shot but overly sentimental melodrama.It’s a fascinating subject which is graced...
Looks great but the story is thin and at times forced.
It`s July, 1997, and Hong Kong is about to be handed over by the British to the Chinese. John, Jeremy Irons, a sickly journalist long resident in the Crown Colony, becomes besotted with Vivian, Gong Li, the beautiful wife of Chang, Michael Hui, a...
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