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||IMDB Rating: 6.9/10 from votes
||Release: 1 December 2005 (China) /
||Genre: Drama, Musical, Romance
||Director: Oi Wah Lam,
||Stars: Eric Tsang, Helen Feng, Jacky Cheung, Ji-lai Dong, Jin-hee Ji, Lei-Xin Gao, Na Li, Sandra Kwan Yue Ng, Stephen Kealy, Suresh Chandukutty, Takeshi Kaneshiro, Tung Man Chan, Xun Zhou, Yi-Chun Chang, Yong Fan
||Synopsis: A love triangle develops during the making of a musical in mainland China.
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I fell in love with the introductory analogy. Life is like the movies,
in which you are the director, producer and the star. In your life,
there are other co-stars, and of course, that significant other. But
what if you happen not to be sharing the limelight in your other's
life? Editing is always a pain, and in the final product, you will then
learn if you are sharing the same billing, get relegated to a cameo, or
in the worst case, get cut out entirely and lie on the floor of the
Similarly to my 2004 movie of the year, Eternal Sunshine of the
Spotless Mind, this film too takes a look at the trying to forget
someone in your life entirely. Except in this one, there is no faux-pas
scientific methods, but done by sheer human will and pretense.
This is a musical within a musical, and a beautifully choreographed one
at that. First thoughts will be, hey, it looks like Moulin Rouge, with
big colourful sets, dancers, singers, stunts, and songs with meaningful
lyrics. Yes, and given similar themes like Love and Hate, but Perhaps
Love tells its own story. The soundtrack befits the musical, and I
won't be surprised if anyone adapts this for the stage too.
Japanese heartthrob Takeshi Kaneshiro plays Lin Jian Dong, a struggling
film student when he met his love in Beijing. When the film begins,
he's already an accomplished actor, and chances upon that same love in
his latest movie collaboration. He's not the least surprised at being
given the cold shoulder, and goes all out to try and win her back. But
exactly what his motivations are - love, revenge, closure, that one
pleasure filled fling, remained to be seen.
Much is said about his ability to sing (or lack thereof), but I felt
that he sang convincingly in this movie, and fleshed out his role as
the pained lover realistically. When his final intentions are revealed,
you can't help but to emphatise - yes, that perhaps what he did was
Contrasting Kaneshiro's character is Jackie Cheung's Nie Wen, the
auteur director with his mood swings. His current lover and muse is
Jian Dong's love in Beijing, and he comes to discover this fact after
filming begins. He feels cheated upon, hurt, and channels his raw
emotions onto the film. There should be no doubt as to Cheung's singing
prowess - powerful is the one word summed up, though I thought it's
always the same song? Between the two male leads, his is surprisingly
magnanimous, and shows true courage as compared to Jian Dong.
Chinese actress Zhao Xun plays Sun Na, the woman caught between the two
men. One is her lover in a past she wants to forget, while the other is
her lover who brought her stardom in the present world. It's a highly
complicated-in-emotions role, one which explores, and for those in
love, might have felt in one way, or at some points in time. When you
feel your love is holding you back, would you give it all up to pursue
your dreams? Sun Na is one such woman, who will stop at absolutely no
cost, and jump on every available opportunity presented, to seek fame
and fortune. And it is she who walked out of Jian Dong's life at least
twice, to be with an American director, and later, with Jian Dong's
assistant director friend, before we currently see her in the present.
Ignoring Jian Dong when they meet in their new film, she can't help but
feel her icy walls being broken down by his persistence, though Jian
Dong had assistance from Korean Jin Ji-hee's role as Montage, a spirit
who interacts with all characters and weaves in and out of the plot,
bringing about a feel that there's always that higher being involved in
events that unfold in life.
And the way the characters interact is probably fused so seamlessly
into the musical, within the musical. Unable to express themselves
freely, they do so through the musical's story, premise, and lines. It
doesn't feel contrived, but the entire narrative seemed flawless. Even
the flashbacks doesn't mar the pacing of the film, but brings about a
natural progression and revelation of character development and events.
Perhaps Love is a truly wonderful experience, especially for those who
have been in the same ship before. Its ending isn't typical, but one
which perhaps is the most realistic an ending can be for the characters
involved. Peter Chan has crafted a beautiful masterpiece of a musical
for the Hong Kong film industry. Catch this on the big screen before
its run is over!
Tags for Perhaps Love Full Movie
, Helen Feng
, Jacky Cheung
, Ji-lai Dong
, Jin-hee Ji
, Lei-Xin Gao
, Na Li
, Sandra Kwan Yue Ng
, Stephen Kealy
, Suresh Chandukutty
, Takeshi Kaneshiro
, Tung Man Chan
, Xun Zhou
, Yi-Chun Chang
, Yong Fan
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