Zhang Ziyi and Wang Leehom co-star in an entertaining caper that doesn't take one's breath away in the romance department.
Fan Bingbing gets to play around with her screen-goddess image in this sweetly whimsical romantic comedy.
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Chinese filmmaker breaks ground with "Revenge."
Lesbian explorations take a backseat to a circuitous structure in "Ashamed."
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