See Lust, Caution
with English subtitles
+ win Free DVDs!
Acclaimed director Ang Lee´s latest film stars Tang Wei, Tony Leung, and Joan Chen in a story of, well, lust and caution in WWII China, as a group of Patriotic Hong Kong students attempts to infiltrate the social circle of a high-ranking Japanese official.
You can read our review of the film HERE.
Appropriately, Lust, Caution was filmed in Mandarin (with some Japanese, Shanghainese, and English), making it Lee´s first non-English-language film since 2001´s Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Typically, foreign-language films are screened in their native languages with Czech subtitles in Prague cinemas. BUT you now have a rare chance to see Lust, Caution with English subtitles for the next few weeks as Palace Cinemas Slovanský dům has an English-subbed print of the film. For now (till, at least, Wednesday, Jan. 23) the cinema will be screening it once per day, at 16:45.
Also: Win Free DVDs!
We have 5 DVDs from www.directdvd.cz to give away:
How to win? First, go see Lust, Caution. An early scene shows Wang Jiazhi (Tang Wei) watching a movie starring Ingrid Bergman. Name that movie.
Send answers to email@example.com (one entry per household, please). Correct replies will be placed in a raffle, and 5 lucky winners will receive one DVD apiece. Include the name of the DVD you´d like to receive and we´ll try to accommodate your request, if possible. Otherwise – first come, first serve.
– David S.
– Valentina H.
– John M.
– Ronen B.
– Catherine P.
Thanks to all who submitted replies!