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Sound of Colors

2003 1h 37m Romance List
Reviews 36% Audience Score 250+ Ratings
True romance blooms when a blind woman (Miriam Yeung) helps her suitor (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) cope with his sudden loss of sight. Read More Read Less

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Audience Member 梁æåå'æ¥åå¬...å... (C)æ~å¹ 1/2é»~åå¤§ç人é¡æ覺å 1/2±ç中ã,é¦-å...é(TM)é¨é>»å 1/2±å¯è 1/2並éä¸é-<å§<å°±åé(TM)樣ï 1/4ä 1/2å... (C)å<主要人ç (C)å 3/4-å°äºç>¸äº'認è­~é>»å 1/2±æ·±é²å...¥æ...äº<ã,ç"±é(TM)å... (C)å<å­-å...ä¹<é-"çåå¤§çµåè¡äº<çå¥ 1/2ã, Tony Leung and Miriam Yeung both star in a great human feeling movie with humor. At first the film may not start out like that but as the two main characters got to know each other the film goes deep into the story. Good acting by the two with a great bond between characters. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 02/13/23 Full Review Audience Member Joe Ma gets caught on a sugar-high in the exuberantly sweet holiday flick Sound of Colors, one of the smoothest rides you'll ever take. With it's undemanding plot and perfunctory happy ending, plus lots of unchallenging twists in between, movies don't get any easier. But the appeal of Sound of Colors is nonetheless striking. The gorgeous cinematography, which is pure arthouse fare straight out of Wong Kar Wai's book, and the high-end cast, creates a sense of exclusiveness seldom found in ultra-commercial cinema. However, with structural and aesthetic flaws as painfully apparent as these, Sound of Colors is a most forgettable, but pretty, experience. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 01/29/23 Full Review Audience Member This is a cute, sweet movie and enjoyable to watch. However, the two different storylines seemed a little disjointed to begin with. It was not apparent to me that the two gentleman who set the couples up were supposed to be angels until the end of the movie. So up till then, the stories just seemed to be two separate ones, unconnected. Once knowing that, things became a bit more cohesive, but even without knowing that it was still a fun movie to watch. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 01/15/23 Full Review Audience Member Leung plays a matchmaker and Yeung plays his blind client. Soon Leung himself becomes blind and "sees" Yeung for who she really is. Meanwhile there's another love story blossoming between two other characters, but this is such a side note it causes more of a distraction. It's a regular love story with valuable life lessons to be learned. The bonding scenes between Leung and Yeung are bittersweet. One of the first instances where she tries to hand him a CD raises as many chuckles as it does "AAAWWW"'s. The complete obviousness of how will end removes a lot of any real passion but the performances are solid and there are many wonderful scenes such as the one just after Leung receives some Christmas candy. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 02/20/23 Full Review Audience Member The sweetest, most heartwarming movie I've seen in a long time. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/16/23 Full Review Audience Member A comic drawing adaptation. Bizarre tone, so 'Mainland'. Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 02/04/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis True romance blooms when a blind woman (Miriam Yeung) helps her suitor (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) cope with his sudden loss of sight.
Director
Joe Ma
Producer
Jacky Yee Wah Pang
Screenwriter
Joe Ma
Production Co
Columbia
Genre
Romance
Original Language
Chinese
Release Date (DVD)
Dec 20, 2005
Runtime
1h 37m