For some reasons, oriental movie-makers have te secret of making simple movies that are powerful and moving, just because, in their simplicity, they reach the very depths of our heart. Full of movie stars, nonetheless utterly unpretentious, it presents simple facts in the simplest, crystal clear, most touching, moving way. A deep human experience in movie form. I hope this UK edition includes the extras of the Hong-Kong edition I just watched, because the "no regrets" documentary, in which cast members reflect on old age, illness, death and the human condition is also beautiful. Don't miss is if you think that cinema is more than pop corn and car chases; if you think that art, in general, has something to say about us, human beings.