Hong Kong filmmaker Wong Kar-Wai directs the strange, intimate drama Cheun Gwong Tsa Sit (Happy Together). Australian cinematographer Christopher Doyle employed multiple film speeds and different color film stock during the shooting. Ho (Leslie Cheung) and Lai (Tony Leung) are lovers from Hong Kong who have run away to live in Buenas Aires, Argentina. However, Ho is immature and unwilling to settle down, which makes Lai depressed. When they break up, Lai works as a doorman in a tango bar in order to save money and go home. The restless Ho becomes a prostitute. After Ho is beaten and injured in an attack, Lai takes him to his apartment to recover. Ho tries to rekindle the romance, but Lai isn't interested. He leaves the tango bar and works in a kitchen, where he meets the young Chang (Chang Chen) from Taiwan. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi
I absolutely loved this movie. The relationship between the two men feels extremely genuine. Some of the other users are complaining that nothing happens, but actually, a lot of stuff happens but very subtly. And if you are familiar with Wong Kar-Wai you should know that he prefers to leave stuff unsaid opposed to always showing what happens IN YOUR FACE! And if you are the type who has to be "entertained" for every part of a movie, then this isn't for you. I think this is one of Wong Kar-Wai's best films.