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Days of Being Wild
Days of Being Wild
7.8
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4,476 Ratings

DAYS OF BEING WILD

A Fei zheng chuan

Directed by Wong Kar Wai
Hong Kong, 1990
Romance, Drama, Crime

Synopsis

Luddy is a devastatingly handsome Hong Kong lothario who seduces and abandons women without guilt. When he sets his sights on a lovely shop girl, he unknowingly sets of a chain of events leading to obsession, self-discovery, and shocking violence.

Synopsis

Luddy is a devastatingly handsome Hong Kong lothario who seduces and abandons women without guilt. When he sets his sights on a lovely shop girl, he unknowingly sets of a chain of events leading to obsession, self-discovery, and shocking violence.

Our take

Before In the Mood for Love and 2046, Wong Kar Wai took his first look back at the Hong Kong of 1960 with this intoxicating cocktail of noir and romance. Star-studded and swooning—and his first film shot by Chris Doyle!—it shows the great romantic of 90s cinema coming into his own.