Maggie Cheung in Ashes of Time, Wong Kar-wai and Norah Jones in My Blueberry Nights. Photo: Jet Tone Productions/SCMP/Jet Tone Productions Maggie Cheung in Ashes of Time, Wong Kar-wai and Norah Jones in My Blueberry Nights. Photo: Jet Tone Productions/SCMP/Jet Tone Productions
Maggie Cheung in Ashes of Time, Wong Kar-wai and Norah Jones in My Blueberry Nights. Photo: Jet Tone Productions/SCMP/Jet Tone Productions
Wong Kar-wai

Bruce Lee’s mentor Ip Man biopic to a Hollywood movie starring Norah Jones – why Wong Kar-wai’s 5 least-acclaimed movies are still worth watching

Admired the world over for arthouse classics Chunking Express, In The Mood For Love and LGBT drama Happy Together, even the least-celebrated films from Hong Kong’s best-known modern filmmaker – from a sci-fi romance to a Scorsese-style gangster flick – offer peerless artistry, insight and emotional depth

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Maggie Cheung in Ashes of Time, Wong Kar-wai and Norah Jones in My Blueberry Nights. Photo: Jet Tone Productions/SCMP/Jet Tone Productions Maggie Cheung in Ashes of Time, Wong Kar-wai and Norah Jones in My Blueberry Nights. Photo: Jet Tone Productions/SCMP/Jet Tone Productions
Maggie Cheung in Ashes of Time, Wong Kar-wai and Norah Jones in My Blueberry Nights. Photo: Jet Tone Productions/SCMP/Jet Tone Productions
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