Clean is a movie that definitely has its flaws; I think some details were overlooked, and some details that were there could have been elaborated upon further. I can’t bring myself to dwell on these things, though, because I was practically hypnotized by the incredibly diverse and culturally rich Film. With several languages being spoken and a whole slew of visually incredible settings. The color and music of the Film were stunning and completed the entire somber feel of the piece- it was peaceful but had s distinct hectic sense. With a lot of movies, I think hectic sense of calm is almost impossible to accomplish, but it’s been done successfully with Clean. I give the credit of that, mostly, to Maggie Cheung, and the rest of the talented Cast. She gave a real, raw performance of a Woman dealing with the pain of addiction, and the struggle that eventually became her epiphany. Overall, the Film had a great balance between several intense and contrasting elements, and something of a diamond in the rough was pulled off.