Yi has never imagined a revolving dream haunting her every night would evolve into to a nightmare in real life. Shortly after a dream man enters her gloomy life, Yi is set back again by a past broken relationship and becomes a suspected murderer of her ex-husband. The clearer her dream develops, the more real the accused crime appears to her. Written by
I really liked this movie, but I admit the last ten minutes of the storyline is silly. That being said I think this movie is well worth watching for the acting, not only by the main character who is superb, but almost every one of the supporting cast.
I have seen reviews where there are complains of the extraneous side stories: the mother of a kidnapped child, the doctor with the wife in coma, the brother who can no longer be loved. I think those reviewers have rather missed the point. Most of the movie is a study in loss, and how different people cope, and how profoundly loss of a loved one effects your whole life and mind. At the end it is also how that loss can give you compassion and strength.
Being a Hong Kong "horror" movie, at the end they had to throw in a bit of supernatural connections which is where all logic goes for a hike but the main thrust of the story is very good indeed and the acting is well worth watching.
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