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[MADNESS] In a mist-cloaked, pebble-paved village that stands on rolling terraces, a young widow (Zhou Yun) and her son (Javcee Chan) live a magical and moonstruck existence. The widow has gone mad after losing her coveted embroidered shoes. Years pass, and her son becomes a junior brigade leader. One day, she takes him to an island where she has built a 'white palace', a stone igloo cluttered with memorabilia of his father - a recreation of her lost world. The son leaves home to pick up a couple sent down from the city. When he returns his mother has disappeared. Only her clothes and the embroidered shoes are adrift in the river.

[AMOUR] A college campus in the 1950s. Illicit passions smolder beneath the campus' apparently placid surface. Teacher Liang (Anthony Wong) and Old Tang (Jiang Wen) are buddies, Indonesian ?migr?s returning to build a New China. The voluptuous Doctor Lin (Joan Chen) is Tang's mistress, but she secretly hankers after Liang, who attracts women like honey to flies. One night, an outdoor screening is disrupted by startled cries of 'molester'; Liang is seen running for cover, but he has a fall and is hospitalized. Tang Lin and a secret admirer try to clear his name. To identity the culprit, Lin offers her backside behind a curtain....

[RIFLE] Old Tang is sent down to the village. While he's out hunting, his wife has become the junior brigade leader's prey. Crouching outside the stone igloo, Tang hears her murmur of pleasure: "my husband tells me my belly is like velvet". Facing the cuckold at gunpoint, the young Lothario is more bemused than fearful for his life. "What is velvet?" he asks naively. Tang postpones his day of reckoning and goes to Beijing to bring back a piece of velvet. he returns empty-handed, purged of his murderous intent, until the young man shows him a tattered flag: "her belly is nothing like velvet." The sound of a gunshot pierces the air.

[DREAM] An elegiac Uyghur song reverberates across the Gobi Desert. The sky is dyed a bright red. Two figures on camels come into focus. Both are women, one on her way to meet her fianc?e, the other, heavy with child, is headed for a morgue where belongings of her missing husband lie. They part company at a crossroad. The Uyghurs hold a marriage celebration for Old Tang and his bride. Teacher Liang joins the fervent dancing, pinching a few girls' bottoms, and drawing squeals of laughter. A tent is set ablaze, and sent soaring into the sky by a gust of wind, bulging and billowing like a giant bottom. The flames illuminate the railway tracks, where the widow has just given birth to a son among a bed of flower. Thus begins the life of the junior brigade leader.

Cast: Joan Chen, Jiang Wen, Anthony Wong
Release date: 12/12/2007
Language: Mandarin
Subtitle: English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese
Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1
DVD Region Code(s):  What's this?
Picture format: NTSC Anamorphic Widescreen
Duration: 116 minutes
Publisher: Joy Sales
No. of disc: 1
Availability: Usually ships in 5-7 business days

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