Without having met, a famous orchestra conductor and a beautiful woman seem destined to be together. They see one another's faces in their dreams, reflected in mirrors, and in crowded streets before finally meeting in person.
Years later, a woman narrates her personal story of the Japanese takeover of Hong Kong in 1941. She's Nam, young, attractive, daughter of a wealthy rice merchant, and prey to painful, ... See full summary »
Chow Yun-Fat is only in this movie for about 5 minutes.
This film is so bad it's good. I saw this at my video store and Danny Lee and Chow Yun-Fat were on the front of the box, and underneath them it said "Two men, 40,000 bullets". So I thought this was gonna be a shellfest, but boy was I wrong! I can't remember anyone even firing a gun throughout the whole thing. The movie is actually about Danny Lee and his partner chasing this Chinese guy that looks like a Mexican, not about Chow Yun-Fat, he is just an extra. This film is a classic example of false advertising, and I got played. 3/10
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