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Can a misguided adult start afresh with a new set of values and priorities? This ambitious drama, directed by one of France's most resourceful filmmakers, explores that crucial question in depth and detail. Read full review
Cheung gives a revelatory performance. Read full review
A superb effort by a first-rank director, and manna from heaven for Cheung fans. Read full review
Clean, director Olivier Assayas' spellbinding study of a junkie trying to get her life in order so she can reclaim custody of her child, avoids the pitfalls, brilliantly. Read full review
Emily is played by Maggie Cheung with such intense desperation that she won the best actress award at Cannes 2004. Read full review
Clean has the same mixture of human tenderness and borderline-silly Eurochic that marks Wenders films like "Until the End of the World." Read full review
When these two powerhouse performers come together, a rather predictable tale ignites with surprising force. Read full review
Not your average divorce gift: Clean's writer-director Olivier Assayas created the role of recovering rock-world druggie Emily Wang for his ex-wife, art-house/action-pic royalty Maggie Cheung (In the Mood for Love). Read full review
Complex but cold tale. Read full review
An unflinching look at the ravages of substance abuse, and it's also a sobering redemptive tale. Read full review
[Cheung's] never not good.
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