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It puts us in the mood for love. Or at least it puts me in the mood for love.
The story of "2046" stems from Wong's last movie "In the Mood for Love," in which a newspaper editor and his next-door neighbor fall in love just as their adulterous spouses begin an affair.
According to Wong, production on "2046" actually began before "In the Mood for Love," back in 1999.
Cinematographer Christopher Doyle ("In the Mood for Love") returns after working earlier in the year on "Eros," a three-part project directed by Wong, Michelangelo Antonioni and Steven Soderbergh, due for release in 2004.
The lovers cannot even make love: This is one of those rare contemporary movies--like Scorsese's The Age of Innocence (1993) and Wong Kar-wai's In the Mood for Love (2000)--that hinge decisively on unconsummated passion.
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It's one of those duet-duels executed on the beat to what the program terms "Bachelor Pad Music" ("I'm in the Mood for Love" and the like).
In fact, throughout February, FilmFour will be showing such heart-warming romantic movies as Brit hit Notting Hill, Picture Perfect, In The Mood For Love and the UK TV premiere of Love And Sex.
ENCHANTING: Cate Blanchett and Billy Crudup in Charlotte Gray; MOVIE MAGIC: (From top) Notting Hill, In The Mood For Love and Picture Perfect
In the Mood for Love, the less tidy, more evocative moniker of Wong's latest film (which opens February 2), is the first sign that the director is up to something different.
In the Mood for Love is a period piece, set in Hong Kong in the early to mid-'60s, and for the first third of its ninety-seven minutes, it looks and acts like one.