- 1. Block 2 Pictures
- 2. Present
- 3. A Jet Tone Films Production
- 4. lN THE MOOD FOR LOVE
- 5. Starring
- 6. Maggie Cheung Man-Yuk
- 7. Tony Leung Chiu-Wai
- 8. Directed by
- 9. Wong Kar-Wai
- 10. lt is a restless moment.
- 11. She has kept her head lowered...
- 12. to give him a chance to come closer.
- 13. But he could not, for lack of courage.
- 14. She turns and walks away.
- 15. HONG KONG, 1962
- 16. Eat up. The fish is very fresh today.
- 17. Sorry to interrupt your dinner.
- 18. Never mind. Let's sit over here.
- 19. lt's quite late!
- 20. l've just finished work.
- 21. What should l call you?
- 22. You can call me Mrs. Suen.
- 23. - And you?
- My husband's name is Chan.
- 24. - Call me when you decide.
- l will.
- 25. Did you write down my number?
- 26. Yes, l did.
- 27. Fine, l'll see you out.
- 28. - Don't trouble.
- No trouble!
- 29. So it's agreed then!
- 30. Thank you very much! l should go.
- 31. - Fine.
- 32. Take care. Good-bye!
- 33. You've a room to let?
- 34. Sorry, it's just been rented
to that lady.
- 35. Thanks anyway.
- 36. How many of you?
- 37. Just me and my wife.
- 38. Why don't you try next door?
- 39. They've a vacant room too?
- 40. Yes, Mr. Koo's son got married.
His room's empty.
- 41. Thank you.
- 42. You're too polite. Try asking them.
- 43. Thank you.
- 44. This way. Come on.
- 45. Not that room!
- 46. Oops, wrong again!
- 47. Careful! Against the wall there.
- 48. The little cupboard over there.
- 49. Be careful!
- 50. Don't break anything!
- 51. Not on top of the radio!
- 52. Mr. Chow...
- 53. you have a lot of stuff for a couple!
- 54. - The wardrobe isn't mine.
- Wrong again?
- 55. lt goes next door.
- 56. Okay, next door.
- 57. These aren't my shoes!
They must go next door.
- 58. What a coincidence!
Moving in on the same day!
- 59. ls Mr. Chan here?
- 60. He's working abroad.
He'll be back next week.
- 61. You should have waited, then.
- 62. lt's too much for you on your own.
- 63. - l can manage.
- l'll ask Amah to help.
- 64. No need. L can manage.
- 65. What's going on?
- 66. Mind that mirror!
- 67. Mrs. Chan, l'll leave you to it.
- 68. - Those books aren't mine.
- Wrong again?
- 69. Never mind. Just leave them there.
- 70. Mind how you hang the mirror.
- 71. Are these magazines yours?
- 72. Yes, they're my husband's.
- 73. He reads Japanese?
- 74. A little. His boss is Japanese.
- 75. How should l address you?
- 76. My husband's name is Chan.
- 77. My name's Chow.
l'll leave you in peace.
- 78. Thank you, Mr. Chow.
- 79. Don't mention it.
- 80. l'll ask Mrs. Chan.
- 81. Mrs. Chan,
eat with us before you go!
- 82. No, thanks.
l must dash to the airport.
- 83. - Your husband's coming back?
- 84. Then l won't keep you.
- 85. - Going out?
- 86. Sorry l'm late!
- 87. Amah, pour some beer.
- 88. Cheers!
- 89. Mrs. Chow,
try some Shanghai dishes.
- 90. Where is Mrs. Chan off to so late?
- 91. Meeting her husband at the airport.
- 92. So that's why she looks different.
- 93. lt's all packed.
Take care on your trip.
- 94. l will.
- 95. How long this time?
- 96. Two to four weeks.
- 97. Remember to bring back
two more of those handbags.
- 98. Who for?
- 99. My boss.
- 100. Two of them?
- 101. You know why.
- 102. Different colors?
- 103. The same will do! Who cares?
- 104. Whatever!
- 105. Mrs. Ho.
Mr. Ho is still in a meeting.
- 106. He'll be home late.
Please don't wait to eat.
- 107. Yes. We're so busy at the moment.
- 108. Yes. L'll ask him to call you
when he gets back.
- 109. Did you call my wife?
- 110. Yes, l said you'd be back later.
- 111. Have you booked the restaurant?
- 112. A table for two at 8:00.
- 113. Miss Yu called
to say she's on her way.
- 114. l'll be back after dinner.
Can l bring you something?
- 115. No, thanks. L'll get my own.
- 116. Leave when you're ready.
l'll lock up.
- 117. - Good evening, Mr. Ho!
- 118. - Going out, Mrs. Chan?
- 119. Going out so late?
- 120. Just getting some noodles.
- 121. Amah is making pork soup. Join us.
- 122. Thanks, l'm not really hungry.
l just want some air.
- 123. You're too polite.
- 124. Next time!
- 125. They're all starving. We can eat.
- 126. Have you spoken to Ming?
- 127. So l'll go with someone else!
- 128. Just kidding!
- 129. l'll be early tonight. See you soon!
- 130. Chow!
- 131. Coming!
- 132. Time to go! Finish it tomorrow!
- 133. No, l'm nearly there.
- 134. Oh, Ming.
- 135. - l need a few days off next month.
- 136. l promised my wife a trip.
Put in a word for me, will you?
- 137. l'll speak to personnel.
- 138. But the next lunch is on you.
- 139. l will.
- 140. Thanks, Ming!
- 141. lt's ready!
- 142. No, it'll switch itself off!
- 143. l told you, it's not ready!
- 144. A rice cooker!
lt's yours, Mrs. Koo?
- 145. No, it's beyond us!
lt's Mrs. Chan's.
- 146. My husband brought it from Japan.
- 147. l wanted to show Mrs. Koo
how good it is.
- 148. Now it's ready!
- 149. Mrs. Chan, could Mr. Chan
get me one next time?
- 150. No problem!
- 151. Mr. Chow, you should get one too!
- 152. Your wife's so often late home.
- 153. l couldn't trouble Mr. Chan.
- 154. lt's just neighborly, isn't it?
- 155. lt's no trouble!
l'll ask him to buy another next time.
- 156. Thank you!
- 157. Let's try the rice.
- 158. Mr. Chan, sorry to trouble you
about the rice cooker.
- 159. lt was really no trouble.
- 160. How much do l owe you?
- 161. Your wife has already paid me.
- 162. - Really?
- She didn't tell you?
- 163. She's been working late shifts.
- 164. Often l'm asleep when she gets back.
- 165. - lt must be hard for her.
- 166. Mrs. Chan isn't back yet?
- 167. She'll be back soon.
You need to talk to her?
- 168. A friend needs to go to Singapore.
- 169. l wonder if she could get
a cheap ticket for him.
- 170. l'll ask when she gets back.
- 171. l'm bothering you too much.
- 172. Don't mention it. We're neighbors!
- 173. l'll leave you in peace.
- 174. Looking for me?
- 175. Damn right. Where've you been?
- 176. What's up?
- 177. Mrs. Chan called.
You left a hat at her office.
- 178. l meant to!
l wanted an excuse to go back.
- 179. l know your tricks!
- 180. She's married.
- 181. l know, that's why l left.
- 182. Otherwise l'd move in next door.
- 183. lf your wife wasn't so attractive,
she'd be a worried woman!
- 184. l'm not like you.
- 185. Please call Mrs. Chan for me.
- 186. l'll pick up the hat tomorrow.
- 187. And take her to lunch!
- 188. Dream on!
- 189. She'll take the hat home.
l'll bring it in tomorrow.
- 190. You're kidding!
Some buddy you are!
- 191. Tell you what,
let's go pick her up now!
- 192. She should be off work by now.
We can go together!
- 193. l don't have time for this.
- 194. Chow!
- 195. Yes! Get out of here, l'm busy.
- 196. Then l'll wait at your place.
- 197. Ping!
- 198. Mr. Chow, is Mr. Koo in?
- 199. He's out.
Forgot to buy the paper again?
- 200. That's right, l'll stop by later.
- 201. - Maybe l can find it for you.
- Thank you.
- 202. - This one?
- 203. l always loved those serials.
Hated to miss an episode.
- 204. Really? You liked them too?
- 205. l even thought of writing one!
- 206. Why didn't you?
- 207. l couldn't get started,
so l gave up.
- 208. l wasn't born
to write martial arts stories!
- 209. But you can borrow
from my collection anytime.
- 210. Not now. Maybe another time.
- 211. - Thanks.
- You're welcome!
- 212. What is it? Mrs. Chan!
- 213. l just want to return these
to Mr. Chow. Ls he in?
- 214. He's been away for a few days.
- 215. Why?
- 216. They had a quarrel.
- 217. Leave them with me.
l'll pass them back to him.
- 218. Thank you.
- 219. Forget it!
- 220. l'm on a replacement shift tonight.
- 221. Talk to you later.
- 222. No need to pick me up!
- 223. She's already left.
- 224. Really? l was going
to take her out for supper.
- 225. Didn't she tell you
she was off early today?
- 226. She never remembers to tell me.
- 227. Maybe she's home by now.
- 228. l'll be off, then.
- 229. Okay, bye!
- 230. Hello!
- 231. You're out of hospital!
- 232. Don't mention hospital!
Lend me $30!
- 233. What for?
- 234. You gotta help me save face!
- 235. What's the big deal?
- 236. lt's Ah Hoi's fault.
- 237. He gave me a racing tip,
said it was a sure thing.
- 238. Before they'd taken out the stitches...
- 239. l bet everything l had.
- 240. And l lost my shirt!
- 241. What did you expect?
- 242. l thought it was my lucky day.
- 243. Anyhow, l had only $2 left.
- 244. So l went to the whorehouse.
- 245. You were in no shape for sex!
- 246. l thought it would improve my luck.
- 247. What would $2 buy you?
- 248. l'm Kwai-fei's regular.
She gives me credit.
- 249. You can have it on credit?
- 250. l left my lD card and said
l'd be back to redeem it.
- 251. l thought a few dollars
would be easy to rustle up.
- 252. But so far nothing.
l'm way overdue.
- 253. So?
- 254. Four Eyes was there yesterday.
- 255. Saw her waving my lD
around in front of everyone.
- 256. So embarrassing!
- 257. Anyway, lend me $30!
- 258. This is all l can spare.
- 259. l need $10 for myself.
- 260. Pay you back next month.
- 261. - Let's have a late snack.
- 262. All l've had today
is some won-ton noodles.
- 263. Let me finish writing this first.
- 264. l'm not sure
l should tell you this-
- 265. What?
- 266. l saw your wife
in the street yesterday.
- 267. So what?
- 268. She was with some guy.
- 269. Probably a friend.
- 270. Just thought you should know.
- 271. Miss Yu? This is me.
- 272. Mr. Ho's still in a meeting.
He says he can't manage dinner.
- 273. Yes, we're very busy now.
- 274. l will.
- 275. l'll ask Mr. Ho to call.
- 276. Have you called Miss Yu?
- 277. Yes, l have.
- 278. What did she say?
- 279. Asks you to call her later.
- 280. And Mrs. Ho says she's ready
to cut her birthday cake.
- 281. She wants you to hurry home.
- 282. - Did you get me a present for her?
- Yes, this.
- 283. - What is it?
- A scarf.
- 284. l think Mrs. Ho will like it.
- 285. Thank you.
- 286. And here's your change.
- 287. l'm always troubling you.
Use it for bus fare.
- 288. Why don't you dine with us tonight?
- 289. Thank you, l've already
planned to see a film tonight.
- 290. Then l won't keep you.
- 291. Tomorrow will be quiet.
Take the morning off.
- 292. Are you going out tonight?
- 293. Don't forget your keys.
- 294. All the neighbors
are dining out tonight.
- 295. l have a lot to do here.
l'll be late.
- 296. What is it, Mrs. Chan?
- 297. l heard voices,
- 298. l thought Mr. And Mrs. Koo
- 299. Not yet. Anything l can help with?
- 300. No, l just wanted a chat.
- 301. - Are you alone?
- Yes, l am.
- 302. You're back early today!
- 303. l came back to rest.
l'm not feeling well...
- 304. What is it?
l have some medicines...
- 305. Don't trouble yourself,
l'll sleep it off.
- 306. ln that case...
l'll leave you in peace.
- 307. lt was your wife.
- 308. Have you spoken to your wife yet?
- 309. Then we shouldn't meet anymore.
- 310. Any news from the Philippines?
- 311. Yes, a telex.
- 312. There's a typhoon,
so the ship's still docked.
- 313. Please inform Chan
that the shipment may be delayed.
- 314. Ask if that's a problem.
- 315. Your wife rang.
You don't need to pick her up.
- 316. She's playing mahjong with Mrs. Lau.
- 317. She'll meet you
at the restaurant at 5.30.
- 318. And there's a gift from Miss Yu.
- 319. She was here?
- 320. No, she had it sent over.
- 321. She says she'll dine alone
since it's your birthday.
- 322. Please phone her
when you have a moment.
- 323. - l'll get you another coffee.
- Thank you.
- 324. Thank you.
- 325. That tie looks good on you.
- 326. You noticed?
lt's much like the old one.
- 327. You notice things
if you pay attention.
- 328. l'll be off now.
- 329. lf Chan has a problem,
let me know at the restaurant.
- 330. l will.
- 331. Why did you change your tie?
- 332. The new one was too showy.
- 333. l should stick with my own.
- 334. Don't forget to lock up.
- 335. By the way,
haven't seen your husband lately.
- 336. He's abroad now,
on company business.
- 337. That's why l see you
at the noodle stall.
- 338. l don't like cooking for myself.
- 339. Haven't seen your wife
- 340. Her mother's ill.
She's at home with her.
- 341. That explains it.
- 342. Good night!
- 343. Mrs. Chan, l'm glad you're back!
- 344. lt's raining so hard!
- 345. l was going to look for you
with an umbrella.
- 346. You're too kind.
- 347. Amah, who is it?
- 348. lt's Mrs. Chan.
- 349. Mrs. Suen!
- 350. Caught in the rain?
l said you could eat with us!
- 351. Next time... Enjoy your game.
- 352. Her husband's always away.
lt's sad to see her so lonely.
- 353. She dresses up like that
to go out for noodles?
- 354. Mr. Chow!
What are you doing here?
- 355. Just calling Mrs. Koo to the phone.
- 356. You're late back.
- 357. l went to the pictures.
- 358. l'll be going.
- 359. Hello?
- 360. Yes, please hold on.
- 361. - Who is it?
- lt's for Mrs. Chan.
- 362. lt must seem odd to ask you out,
but l want to ask something.
- 363. That handbag l saw you with
- 364. Where did you buy it?
- 365. Why do you ask?
- 366. lt looked so elegant.
l want to get one for my wife.
- 367. Mr. Chow, you're so good
to your wife!
- 368. Not really! My wife is so fussy.
- 369. Her birthday is some days away.
l don't know what to get her.
- 370. Could you buy one
for me to give her?
- 371. Maybe she wouldn't want one
just exactly the same.
- 372. You're right, l didn't think of that.
- 373. A woman would mind.
- 374. Yes, especially since
- 375. Do they come in other colors?
- 376. l'd have to ask my husband.
- 377. Why?
- 378. He bought it for me
on a business trip abroad.
- 379. They aren't on sale here.
- 380. Then never mind.
- 381. Actually...
- 382. l want to ask you something too.
- 383. What?
- 384. Where did you buy your tie?
- 385. l don't know where it came from.
- 386. My wife buys all my ties.
- 387. Really?
- 388. She bought this one
on a business trip abroad.
- 389. lt's not on sale here.
- 390. What a coincidence!
- 391. Yes.
- 392. Actually...
- 393. my husband has one just like it.
- 394. He said it was a gift from his boss.
- 395. So he wears it every day.
- 396. And my wife has a bag
just like yours.
- 397. l know,
- 398. l've seen it.
- 399. What are you getting at, actually?
- 400. l thought l was the only one
- 401. l wonder how it began.
- 402. lt's late.
Won't your wife complain?
- 403. She's used to it. She doesn't care.
- 404. And your husband?
- 405. He must be asleep by now.
- 406. Shall we stay out tonight?
- 407. My husband would never say that.
- 408. What would he say?
- 409. Anyhow, he wouldn't say that.
- 410. Someone must have made
the first move.
- 411. Who else could it be?
- 412. lt's late.
Won't your wife complain?
- 413. She's used to it. She doesn't care.
- 414. And your husband?
- 415. He must be asleep by now.
- 416. l can't say it.
- 417. l understand.
- 418. After all, it's already happened.
- 419. lt doesn't matter
who made the first move.
- 420. Do you really know your wife?
- 421. - You order for me.
- 422. l've no idea what your wife likes.
- 423. What about your husband?
- 424. Like it hot?
- 425. Your wife likes hot dishes.
- 426. Why did you call me
at the office today?
- 427. l had nothing to do.
l wanted to hear your voice.
- 428. You have my husband down pat.
- 429. He's a real sweet-talker.
- 430. Why didn't you call me today?
- 431. l was afraid you won't like it.
- 432. Then don't call me again.
- 433. Mrs. Chan!
A letter from your husband.
- 434. lt's not for me,
it's for Mr. Chow next door.
- 435. The Japanese stamp made me think
it was your husband.
- 436. So l was wrong.
- 437. Your wife's in Japan?
- 438. How did you know?
- 439. What did she say in her letter?
- 440. Nothing special.
- 441. Anything about
when she'd be back?
- 442. No.
- 443. What do you think
they're doing right now?
- 444. - Are you all right?
- l'm fine.
- 445. Please pull up here!
- 446. Why?
- 447. l'll get off first.
- 448. No, let me.
- 449. - Mrs. Chan!
- Ah Ping! You're back?
- 450. Visiting Mr. Chow?
- 451. Yes, l thought we'd have lunch.
But he isn't well.
- 452. What's wrong with him?
- 453. He's got a fever. He's all alone.
- 454. So l'm gonna buy him
something to eat.
- 455. The congee downstairs
is quite good.
- 456. He doesn't want congee.
- 457. What does he want?
- 458. Can't taste anything,
so he wants sesame syrup.
- 459. Damned troublesome!
- 460. Amah!
- 461. Mrs. Suen, she's hanging
the washing on the roof.
- 462. Oh, you're back.
- 463. Yes... You've been out?
- 464. My mother's birthday is coming up.
- 465. So l took her to buy some fabric.
- 466. lt took all day. L'm half dead!
- 467. And l had my hair done.
ls it nice?
- 468. Very nice!
- 469. What are you cooking?
- 470. l had a sudden craving
for sesame syrup.
- 471. That whole pot is for you?
- 472. l thought l might as well
make a potful.
- 473. You're so thoughtful!
- 474. - Please try it.
- l will.
- 475. What a coincidence!
- 476. Going out?
- 477. l'll buy some noodles. L'm starving.
- 478. Hungry? Will you join me?
- 479. No, thanks.
- 480. Just off work?
- 481. You must be very busy.
- 482. Actually, l've been to see a picture.
- 483. - Really? How was it?
- 484. l used to like
going to the pictures.
- 485. You had many hobbies before.
- 486. On your own,
you are free to do lots of things.
- 487. Everything changes
when you marry.
- 488. lt must be decided together.
- 489. Right?
- 490. l sometimes wonder
what l'd be if l hadn't married.
- 491. Have you ever thought of that?
- 492. Maybe happier!
- 493. l didn't know married life
would be so complicated!
- 494. When you're single,
- 495. you are only responsible
- 496. Once you're married,
- 497. doing well on your own
is not enough.
- 498. Don't brood on it.
Maybe he'll be back soon.
- 499. What about you?
- 500. Actually, we're in the same boat.
- 501. But l don't brood on it.
- 502. lt's not my fault.
- 503. l can't waste time
wondering if l made mistakes.
- 504. Life's too short for that.
- 505. Something must change.
- 506. So what's your plan?
- 507. l want to write a martial-arts serial.
- 508. Actually, l've started one.
l'll show it to you.
- 509. Great!
- 510. You like them too,
so why not help me write it?
- 511. l wouldn't know how,
l only read them!
- 512. We could discuss it together.
- 513. All right, l'll try my best.
- 514. l never thanked you
for the sesame syrup.
- 515. There's no need,
l was making it anyway.
- 516. Amazing! l was craving
some sesame syrup that day.
- 517. Really? What a coincidence!
- 518. lt really was!
- 519. l'll go for those noodles.
- 520. Again! Halfway through dinner,
he's drunk! Disgusting!
- 521. l told you to stop!
What can you do?
- 522. lt's me!
- 523. You scared me.
- 524. How's Mr. Koo?
- 525. Drunk, as usual.
- 526. l didn't expect them back so early!
- 527. Since you're trapped here,
finish the noodles.
- 528. They'll probably go soon.
- 529. Want some soup?
- 530. Mrs. Suen! Playing here tonight!
- 531. Yes, Mrs. Koo is dealing
with her husband.
- 532. l could do that.
- 533. No, we should not trouble you.
- 534. Think you'll play all night?
- 535. No, we'll just play eight rounds.
- 536. They'll play till morning?
- 537. Mrs. Suen says only eight rounds.
- 538. You believe that?
- 539. You get some rest.
l'll wake you when they leave.
- 540. And you?
- 541. l have a chapter to finish.
- 542. Where have you got to?
- 543. The drunken master just showed up.
- 544. When did he get written in?
- 545. Just now!
- 546. Mr. Chow, home so early?
- 547. - l went out to buy some food.
- No work today?
- 548. l don't feel so good,
l'm staying home.
- 549. A sick man shouldn't eat
all that sticky rice.
- 550. Some of it's for later.
- 551. Don't stuff yourself!
- 552. Good morning!
- 553. Good morning.
Finished your game?
- 554. Not yet, but Mr. Yang has to work.
- 555. Mr. Tsai is coming to replace him.
- 556. Did you call the office for me?
- 557. Yes.
- 558. What did you tell them?
- 559. That you weren't feeling well.
- 560. Did they ask who you were?
- 561. No.
- 562. Probably took me for your husband.
- 563. Mr. Ho knows that he's away.
- 564. Pretend he's come back.
- 565. Maybe we're being too cautious.
- 566. l'm always round anyway.
- 567. We shouldn't have panicked.
- 568. Well, they did turn up
- 569. What would they assume?
- 570. One can't put a foot wrong.
- 571. You can go!
- 572. - Amah!
- Mrs. Chan! You're back very late!
- 573. l had a lot of work today.
- 574. l didn't see you leave this morning.
- 575. l had breakfast with my mother.
- 576. You weren't here when l left.
- 577. Where's Mrs. Suen?
- 578. Asleep.
She played mahjong all day.
- 579. - Be quiet, don't wake her.
- All right!
- 580. Mrs. Chan, is your leg all right?
- 581. lt's these new shoes.
- 582. Why a special dinner tonight?
- 583. Since you won't take
your share of the writing fee...
- 584. All l did was give you some thoughts.
- 585. Someone else
is asking for a serial too.
- 586. There'll be more work soon.
- 587. Really? So quickly?
lsn't the workload too much?
- 588. That's why
l'm looking for a new place.
- 589. What for?
- 590. To write in!
- 591. lt'll be more convenient.
- 592. There's nothing between us,
but l don't want gossip.
- 593. What do you think?
- 594. Why waste money?
- 595. You don't need me.
You can write on your own.
- 596. Who do you want?
- 597. Chow Mo-Wan?
- 598. He hasn't been in for several days.
- 599. We're looking for him too.
- 600. May l know who's calling?
- 601. Any message?
- 602. lt's no trouble. Good-bye.
- 603. Please get this to Accounts.
- 604. And have the air-conditioner
- 605. Mr. Ho!
- 606. No need to stay
if everything's done.
- 607. - l'll lock up.
- 608. Hello?
- 609. Where are you?
- 610. l'll come again tomorrow.
- 611. No need.
l'll be all right after some rest.
- 612. lt's no trouble.
- 613. l'll bring you some food.
What would you like?
- 614. Whatever.
- 615. Then l'll leave now. Get some rest.
- 616. Call me when you get home.
- 617. Let it ring three times,
then hang up.
- 618. All right.
- 619. l didn't think you'd come.
- 620. We won't be like them.
- 621. See you tomorrow.
- 622. Tell me honestly...
- 623. do you have a mistress?
- 624. You're crazy!
- 625. Who told you l had?
- 626. Never mind who.
- 627. Do you or don't you?
- 628. No.
- 629. Don't lie!
- 630. Look at me.
- 631. Look at me!
- 632. l'm asking you,
do you have a mistress?
- 633. Yes!
- 634. That's no reaction!
- 635. lf he admits it outright,
let him have it!
- 636. l wasn't expecting
he would admit it so easily.
- 637. l didn't know how to react!
- 638. One more time, all right?
- 639. Tell me frankly.
- 640. Do you have a mistress?
- 641. You're crazy!
- 642. Who told you that?
- 643. Never mind that.
Do you or don't you?
- 644. No.
- 645. Don't lie!
- 646. Tell me!
- 647. Look at me.
- 648. Do you have a mistress?
- 649. Yes!
- 650. Are you all right?
- 651. l didn't expect it to hurt so much.
- 652. This is just a rehearsal.
- 653. He won't really admit it so readily.
- 654. lt's all right. Don't take it so hard.
- 655. You've been out a lot lately.
- 656. Yes.
- 657. lt's right to enjoy yourself
while you're young.
- 658. But don't overdo it.
- 659. When will your husband be back?
- 660. Soon!
- 661. ln future,
don't let him travel so much.
- 662. A couple should spend time together.
- 663. Don't you agree?
- 664. Good night.
- 665. Will you come over tonight?
- 666. What for?
- 667. The editor's hounding me.
He says I'm too slow.
- 668. I need your help.
When can you come?
- 669. Not anytime soon.
- 670. Why not?
- 671. Mrs. Suen lectured me last night.
- 672. What did she say?
- 673. Rather not say.
- 674. We shouldn't see so much
of each other.
- 675. Mrs. Chan,
going out for noodles again?
- 676. Not tonight.
l'll make myself something.
- 677. Join us.
We're having vegetable won-tons!
- 678. All right.
- 679. - No lunch today, Mr. Ho?
- 680. A Mr. Chow just called for you.
- 681. He wants you to call him back.
- 682. Thank you.
- 683. - Back from work?
- 684. Strange weather!
- 685. lsn't it?
- 686. Been here long?
- 687. Just a while.
- 688. l don't think it'll stop soon.
- 689. Wait for me.
- 690. l'll see you home.
- 691. We'd better not be seen together.
- 692. Then you go first.
- 693. lf they see your umbrella...
- 694. they'll know l was with you.
- 695. l wasn't thinking.
- 696. You go first, l'll wait a while.
- 697. l'll keep you company.
- 698. Did you try to call me?
- 699. l wasn't sure you got the message.
- 700. Could you get me a boat ticket?
- 701. To where?
- 702. Ah Ping wrote from Singapore.
- 703. They're short of staff.
He'd like me to go and help.
- 704. How long will you stay?
- 705. Don't know. L'll play it by ear.
- 706. Why rush off to Singapore?
- 707. A change of scene.
- 708. l've had enough of the gossip.
- 709. We know it's not true,
so why worry?
- 710. l used to think that too,
and it didn't worry me.
- 711. l thought we wouldn't be like them.
- 712. But l was wrong.
- 713. You won't leave your husband.
- 714. So l'd rather go away.
- 715. l didn't think
you'd fall in love with me.
- 716. l didn't either.
- 717. l was only curious
to know how it started.
- 718. Now l know.
- 719. Feelings can creep up just like that.
- 720. l thought l was in control.
- 721. But l hate to think
of your husband coming home.
- 722. l wish he'd stay away!
- 723. l'm so bad!
- 724. Will you do me one favor?
- 725. What?
- 726. l want to be prepared.
- 727. You'd better not see me again.
- 728. ls your husband back?
- 729. Yes.
- 730. Am l hopeless?
- 731. Not really.
- 732. l won't see you again.
- 733. Keep a closer eye on your husband.
- 734. Please.
- 735. Don't be serious,
it's only a rehearsal.
- 736. Don't cry!
- 737. This isn't real.
- 738. l don't want to go home tonight.
- 739. Mei-Yi wants to dedicate a song
to her honeymooning friends.
- 740. And Mrs. Cheung wishes the best
to her neighbors.
- 741. And Mr. Chan,
now on business in Japan,
- 742. wants to wish his wife
a happy birthday.
- 743. So let's all enjoy Zhou Xuan
singing in "Full Bloom."
- 744. lt's me.
- 745. lf there's an extra ticket...
- 746. would you go with me?
- 747. It's me.
- 748. If there's an extra ticket...
- 749. would you go with me?
- 750. SlNGAPORE, 1963
- 751. Mr. Chow has gone to work.
- 752. Any message?
- 753. You're welcome!
- 754. Has anyone been in my room?
- 755. No.
- 756. Something's missing.
- 757. What?
- 758. ln the old days...
- 759. if someone had a secret
they didn't want to share...
- 760. you know what they did?
- 761. Have no idea.
- 762. They went up a mountain,
found a tree...
- 763. carved a hole in it...
- 764. and whispered the secret
into the hole.
- 765. Then they covered it with mud.
- 766. And leave the secret there forever.
- 767. What a pain!
l'd just go to get laid.
- 768. Not everyone's like you!
- 769. l'm just an average guy.
l don't have secrets like you.
- 770. You bottle things up!
- 771. Tell me something!
- 772. l don't have secrets.
- 773. Come off it, buddy!
- 774. l won't tell anyone.
- 775. Hello, Singapore Daily.
- 776. Hold on.
- 777. Mr. Chow, call for you.
- 778. Thanks!
- 779. Hello?
- 780. HONG KONG, 1966
- 781. - Who is it?
- lt's me.
- 782. - Mrs. Chan, long time no see!
- 783. - Amah, who's there?
- Mrs. Suen!
- 784. What brings you here?
- 785. lt's been a while.
- 786. l was nearby so l thought
l'd bring your boat ticket.
- 787. And a small gift.
- 788. You shouldn't have.
lt's nice just to see you.
- 789. The place is in such a mess!
- 790. Already started packing?
- 791. lt's hopeless.
l can't bear to throw things away!
- 792. Let's find you a seat.
- 793. - Have some tea!
- Thank you!
- 794. Eat with us, Mrs. Chan!
l'm going to the market.
- 795. l can't. L have work waiting.
- 796. Don't rush off!
- 797. Mrs. Suen will be upset
if you don't eat here.
- 798. Amah, pour me some tea too.
- 799. How's your husband?
- 800. He's fine, thank you.
- 801. How long will you be away?
- 802. l don't know.
- 803. lf l like it, l might stay!
- 804. Why?
- 805. My daughter worries
about the situation in Hong Kong.
- 806. l don't want to leave.
- 807. Since the Koos left, l don't have
my mahjong partners anymore.
- 808. And my daughter needs help
with her kids in the US.
- 809. What about this place?
- 810. l'm not sure...
- 811. l don't want to sell it.
- 812. So l might rent it out.
- 813. How much would you want?
- 814. You're interested?
- 815. You could have it at a discount.
- 816. l'll think about it.
- 817. Mrs. Suen, your tea!
- 818. Who lives next door now?
- 819. l don't really know them.
- 820. The Koos were almost like family!
- 821. lt was so nice then, wasn't it?
- 822. Yes.
- 823. Let's sit over here.
- 824. Yes?
- 825. ls Mr. Koo in?
- 826. He moved long ago.
- 827. Do you know where he is?
- 828. You know him well?
- 829. l used to live here.
- 830. ls Mrs. Suen still next door?
- 831. She's gone! lt's too chaotic.
Everyone's running away.
- 832. So who lives there now?
- 833. A woman and her son.
- 834. The kid is cute.
- 835. No address in the Philippines.
Just his son's phone number.
- 836. - l can't accept this!
- Please, you must.
- 837. Thank you, then.
- 838. That era has passed.
- 839. Nothing that belonged to it
exists any more.
- 840. Are you ready?
- 841. - Okay!
- Let's go!
- 842. CAMBODlA, 1966
- 843. The presidential corps waits
at Pochentong Airport...
- 844. Prince Norodom Sihanouk
and Queen Sisowath Kossamak...
- 845. come forward
to greet General De Gaulle.
- 846. It's ten kilometers
from Pochentong to Phnom Penh.
- 847. 200,000 people line the route.
- 848. A welcome unprecedented
in the history of the kingdom.
- 849. He remembers those vanished years.
- 850. As though looking through
a dusty window pane,
- 851. the past is something he could see,
but not touch.
- 852. And everything he sees
is blurred and indistinct.
- 853. The End
- 854. Special thanks:
- 855. Mr. Liu Yi-Chang
- 856. Produced, written and directed by
- 857. Wong Kar-Wai
- 858. Executive producer:
- 859. Chan Ye-Cheng
- 860. Associate producer:
- 861. Jacky Pang Yee-Wah
- 862. Production designer / Chief editor:
- 863. William Chang Suk-Ping
- 864. Director of photography:
- 865. Christopher Doyle
Mark Lee Ping-Bing
- 866. Original music:
- 867. Wong Chi-Ming
- 868. Special appearance:
- 869. Siu Ping-Lam, Cheung Tung Joe
Rebecca Pan, Lai Chin,
- 870. Chan Man-Lei, Koo Kam-Wah,
- 871. Voice appearance
- 872. Sun Jia-Jun, Roy Cheung