Happy Together

Wong Kar-wai, Hong Kong SAR China, Japan, South Korea, 1997o

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Lai and his boyfriend, Ho, arrive in Argentina from Hong Kong, seeking a better life. Their highly contentious relationship turns abusive and results in numerous break-ups and reconciliations. When Lai befriends another man, Chang, he sees the futility of continuing with the promiscuous Ho. Chang, however, is on his own personal journey and, ultimately, both Lai and Ho find themselves far from home and desperately lonely.

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The Austin Chronicle, 12/4/1997
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San Francisco Chronicle, 11/13/1997
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asiastudios.com, 10/26/1997
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Spiegel Online, 9/14/1997
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artechock.de, 12/15/2021
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Wong Kar Wai on understanding a film's characters
/ The Museum of Modern Art
en / 5/30/2016 / 02‘40‘‘

Wong Kar Wai on crafting roles for actors
/ The Museum of Modern Art
en / 5/30/2016 / 03‘52‘‘

Tony Leung Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters
/ GQ
en / 8/30/2021 / 12‘40‘‘

Movie Datao

Original title
Chun gwong cha sit
Other titles
Glücklich vereint DE
Genre
Drama, Romance, LGBTQ
Running time
93 Min.
Original languages
Chinese, Spanish, English
Ratings
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ØYour rating7.7/10
IMDB user:
7.7 (26957)
cinefile-user:
< 10 votes
Critics:
< 3 votes

Cast & Crewo

Tony Leung Chiu-WaiLai Yiu-fai
Leslie CheungHo Po-wing
Chang ChenChang
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Wong Kar Wai on understanding a film's characters
The Museum of Modern Art, en , 02‘40‘‘
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Wong Kar Wai on crafting roles for actors
The Museum of Modern Art, en , 03‘52‘‘
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Tony Leung Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters
GQ, en , 12‘40‘‘
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Review The Austin Chronicle
Russell Smith
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Review San Francisco Chronicle
Edward Guthmann
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Interview with Wong Kar-wai
asiastudios.com / Khoi Lebinh and David Eng
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Review Spiegel Online
Peter Hegenberg
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Review artechock.de
Thomas Willmann
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