My name is Chanh Tang (aka Hoygeit) - what follows are my illustrations, photography, and completely random things.
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Wong Kar Wai - The Grandmasters #1 trailer

First full trailer for “The Grandmasters”? Yes please. 

netflixia:

In the Mood for Love (film)
(2001) Rated PG - Runtime of 98 minutes
In 1962 Hong Kong, neighboring married apartment-dwellers Mr. Chow and Mrs. Chan discover that their spouses are having an affair. The two spend time together and find they have much in common, but vow never to behave like their unfaithful mates.
8.1/10 - IMDB
View Trailer || Add/Watch on Netflix

Pfft, of course this is my first post on Netflixia. 

netflixia:

In the Mood for Love (film)

(2001) Rated PG - Runtime of 98 minutes

In 1962 Hong Kong, neighboring married apartment-dwellers Mr. Chow and Mrs. Chan discover that their spouses are having an affair. The two spend time together and find they have much in common, but vow never to behave like their unfaithful mates.

8.1/10 - IMDB

View Trailer || Add/Watch on Netflix

Pfft, of course this is my first post on Netflixia. 

driph:

My most anticipated film of the year. I can’t wait to see what Wong Kar Wai does with this cast and story; the only thing it’s missing is Christopher Doyle on cinematography.
See a (very) brief teaser here.

Can’t wait! I just rewatched “In the Mood for Love” again just the other day.

driph:

My most anticipated film of the year. I can’t wait to see what Wong Kar Wai does with this cast and story; the only thing it’s missing is Christopher Doyle on cinematography.

See a (very) brief teaser here.

Can’t wait! I just rewatched “In the Mood for Love” again just the other day.

"2046" by Wong Kar-wai.
Ron and I ended up recently in a random discussion on Hong Kong Cinema. It made me really nostalgic and I’ve been going through my older film collection these past few days.
I’m not one for romantic dramas but there is just something in 2046’s cinematography (as well as other excellent features) that just keeps me coming back. 

"2046" by Wong Kar-wai.

Ron and I ended up recently in a random discussion on Hong Kong Cinema. It made me really nostalgic and I’ve been going through my older film collection these past few days.

I’m not one for romantic dramas but there is just something in 2046’s cinematography (as well as other excellent features) that just keeps me coming back.