As Tears Go By: Inspired by True Events by Rosie ChristieI changed their names. I shaped their minds. I was judge, jury, and executioner. No one could stop me. No one!
To anyone looking in, we were just a normal church going, family. No one was aware of the dark secrets we held within the walls of the tiny house by the swamp.
I was the woman with the razor strop and I made sure every blow connected.
That was until the day the sheriff handed me my subpoena. I felt the hair stand up on the back of my neck. Abuse? What? The one-word ringing in my head drowning out anything and everything else that might have been said. I felt I might just pass out right there on the step. I kept my composure until he pulled out of the driveway and then my anger quickly exploded into rage.
Those ungrateful little bastards. After everything, I did for them. This was my thanks.
A bolt of straight adrenaline shot through my veins and I grabbed the gun…..
I had instilled the fear of god in them. I am not a woman to be tampered with. How could this be happening?
My one mistake…and I don’t make many… was not realizing that these stupid children would grow up.
As Tears Go By - Trailer
Dua kisah paralel Wah terjebak dalam kabut hubungan cinta dengan sepupunya tercinta, Ngor dan hubungannya dengan saudaranya triad nya, Fly, yang tampaknya tidak pernah jatuh keluar dari kesulitan. Director: Kar-wai Wong. Country: Hong Kong. Release: Bersama-sama mereka mencari lebih banyak anggota, termasuk tangguh Deke Kay dan single mom Chris Sanchez.
Switch to the mobile version of this page. The Chicago Reader. As Tears Go By. A low-level hood Andy Lau tries to maintain his equilibrium as he's pulled in one direction by his stable, provincial cousin Maggie Cheung and in another by his volatile pal Jacky Cheung. This Hong Kong drama was the directing debut of Wong Kar-wai In the Mood for Love , and though many have compared it to Martin Scorsese's Mean Streets , the stylistic flights of fancy are all Wong's: the clouds drifting heavenward on a bank of TV tubes, the stuttering slow motion and glistening light of a back-alley knife fight, the repeated posing of the young woman at the foot of steps or stairs. Some of the editing has a giddy, overeager quality, the natural excess of a young prodigy, but when the action and the tempo align, the results are exhilarating: an early brawl in a pool hall fairly leaps off the screen. In Cantonese with subtitles.
These have been arranged in the nicotine-stained kitchen of Wah Andy Lau , a small-time triad thug, by Ngor Maggie Cheung , his cousin from the country. - Forgot your password?