3 weeks ago | 5,359 notes | via communicants | from communicants

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Chungking Express (Wong Kar-wai, 1994)



2 months ago | 2,932 notes | via sukforhonesty | from descroissants

descroissants:

Chungking Express (Wong Kar-wai, 1994)



5 months ago | 161 notes | via fzkafka | from graceslicks

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重慶森林 [Chungking Express] (Wong Kar-wai, 1994)



6 months ago | 157 notes | via thedeathoffilm | from thedeathoffilm

film-dot-com:

GALLERY: AN ILLUSTRATED TRIBUTE TO WONG KAR-WAI

Wong Kar-Wai is known for making some of the most ravishingly beautiful films of all time, his step-printed romances bounding from ancient China to the year 2046 to illustrate the beauty of a broken heart. Given the singular wooziness of his images, it’s no surprise that fans the world over have been inspired to create their own artistic tributes to their favorite Wong films (which overwhelmingly appear to be “Chungking Express” and “In the Mood for Love” and its sequel. With “The Grandmaster” set to open in the United States this weekend, we scoured the internet to collect our favorite tributes to these unique movies, presented in chronological order. Please click the image to be directed to the artist’s site.

SEE THE GALLERY ON FILM.COM



8 months ago | 1,045 notes | via sukforhonesty | from yasujiroozu

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9 months ago | 2,653 notes | via sukforhonesty | from yearofus

我们每一个人都有失恋的时候。而每一次我失恋呢, 我就会去跑步。 因为跑步能把你身体内的水分蒸发掉,而让我不那么容易地流泪。

We‘re all unlucky in love sometimes. When I am, I go jogging. The body loses water when you jog… so you have none left for tears.

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10 months ago | 146 notes | via amatteroftiming | from amatteroftiming

Chungking Express | Wong Kar-Wai, 1994



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11 months ago | 525 notes | via amatteroftiming | from amatteroftiming

Knowing someone doesn’t mean keeping them. People change. A person may like pineapple today and something else tomorrow.
Chungking Express | Wong Kar-Wai, 1994



1 year ago | 916 notes | via thedeathoffilm | from stanleybay
stanleybay:

Maybe we don’t need a ticket out of this city. Maybe we can pretend that the canned food in the kitchen has no expiry date. Maybe all that matters when you are falling asleep on my shoulder, is that you are falling asleep on my shoulder.

stanleybay:

Maybe we don’t need a ticket out of this city. Maybe we can pretend that the canned food in the kitchen has no expiry date. Maybe all that matters when you are falling asleep on my shoulder, is that you are falling asleep on my shoulder.



1 year ago | 228 notes | via iloveyourglasses | from amatteroftiming

I’ll help you.



1 year ago | 330 notes | via kubrickiansalinger | from princeoberynmartell

Somewhere. Somehow. Everything comes with an expiration date.



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cinematographie:

Wong Kar-wai, Chungking Express (1994)

cinematographie:

Wong Kar-wai, Chungking Express (1994)