Taking a leaf from "84, Charing Cross Road," Xue Xiaolu's "The Book of Love" centers on a Macau casino hostess and L.A. realtor who fall in love on paper rather than in the flesh.
Romantic comedy, "Book of Love" opened a new chapter at the Chinese box office, replacing "The Jungle Book" as the top film.
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Tang Wei's popularity and recognition far exceed her box office performance in either China or South Korea. She achieved instant notoriety in her first film "Lust, Caution" by stripping off and…
Tang Wei famously lost a contract to endorse Ponds skin cream when China's State Administration for Radio Film and Television banned her for her role in Ang Lee's "Lust, Caution." The ban prevented…
When director Ang Lee first cast an unknown actress as the lead in his Chinese spy drama "Lust, Caution," there were more than a few raised eyebrows. Tang Wei, a directing graduate from the Central…
BUSAN — Ann Hui may be Hong Kong's most socially and politically aware film director, but it was her silence – rather than her words or her movie – that said more than anything else about the fear…
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The whens, wheres and wherefores of Chinese writer Xiao Hong's brief but influential life are exhaustively considered in Ann Hui's ambitious, lustrously mounted biopic "The Golden Era" — it's the…
Unwieldy and exasperating, but not without a certain pushy, ingratiating charm, Xue Xiaolu's smash hit "Finding Mr. Right" turns out to have a bit more on its mind than its generic romantic-comedy…
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