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Maggie Cheung Appreciation Society

by Jose Sarmiento Hinojosa
“…you experience a lot more pain than normal people, your mom dies, your dad dies, your boyfriend chucks you, you live in the street, and you’re really going through these emotions. You’re trying to know what it feels like to watch a man die in front of you, as if you’ve really lived it. Once that division is gone, it gets blurry, you look back at a shoot and think, was I really that sad because in the film my boyfriend didn’t like me — or was it something else, something real?” Not listed: Chinese Box – Wayne Wang (1997) Read more



“…you experience a lot more pain than normal people, your mom dies, your dad dies, your boyfriend chucks you, you live in the street, and you’re really going through these emotions. You’re trying to know what it feels like to watch a man die in front of you, as if you’ve really lived it. Once that division is gone, it gets blurry, you look back at a shoot and think, was I really that sad because in the film my boyfriend didn’t like me — or was it something else, something real?”

Not listed:

Chinese Box – Wayne Wang (1997)

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