July Rhapsody
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July Rhapsody
A subtle study in the deterioration of relationships and the strains of a broken marriage, director Ann Hui's character driven drama draws on Chinese poetry to tell a tale of infidelity and pensive yearning. Tempted by the advances of an amorous student, Chinese Literature professor Lam (Jackie Cheung) considers an extramarital affair while still reeling in the pain of wife Man Ching's (Anita Mui) previous infidelity. As depression and boredom push the couple further apart, Professor Lam's moral devotion to his wife places him at odds with the pain he harbors from their tumultuous… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"This touching film is mesmerizing, yet when you leave the theater you may find yourself surprised that so little happened. Ah, but what does is so exquisite."
‑ Steve Rhodes, Internet Reviews
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