Happy Together
2012
Description
Yiu-Fai and Po-Wing arrive in Argentina from Hong Kong and take to the road for a holiday. Something is wrong and their relationship goes adrift. A disillusioned Yiu-Fai starts working at a tango bar to save up for his trip home. When a beaten and bruised Po-Wing reappears, Yiu-Fai is empathetic but is unable to enter a more intimate relationship. After all, Po-Wing is not ready to settle down. Yiu-Fai now works in a Chinese restaurant and meets the youthful Chang from Taiwan. Yiu-Fai's life takes on a new spin, while Po-Wing's life shatters continually in contrast.
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  • Happy Together / $7.35
  • Director: - Wong Kar wai

    Yiu-Fai and Po-Wing arrive in Argentina from Hong Kong and take to the road for a holiday. Something is wrong and their relationship goes adrift. A disillusioned Yiu-Fai starts working at a tango bar to save up for his trip home. When a beaten and bruised Po-Wing reappears, Yiu-Fai is empathetic but is unable to enter a more intimate relationship. After all, Po-Wing is not ready to settle down. Yiu-Fai now works in a Chinese restaurant and meets the youthful Chang from Taiwan. Yiu-Fai's life takes on a new spin, while Po-Wing's life shatters continually in contrast.

    About Director: - Wong kar Wai was born in Shanghai and raised in Hong Kong. After a graphic design course he began his career as a production assistant and screenwriter in the early 80s. His directorial debut "As Tears Go By" (1988) established his intense visual style. "Chungking Express" in 1994 proclaimed his genius to the world, that since applauded his evocation of mood and melancholy with colours and sounds - evident in "Days of being Wild", "Happy Together" and "In The Mood For Love'. He has won numerous awards and nominations including at Cannes and Berlin Film Festivals and BAFTA. An auteur of unrequited love, his latest creation is "My Blueberry Nights" with Jude law and Norah Jones.
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