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Sausalito (2000) (Blu-ray) (Remastered Edition) (Limited Edition) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region All

Leon Lai (Actor) | Maggie Cheung Man Yuk (Actor) | Suki Kwan (Actor) | Eric Kot (Actor)
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The stars of the award-winning Comrades, Almost a Love Story reunite for Sausalito, a hit romantic drama set in the San Francisco Bay Area. Cannes Best Actress Award winner Maggie Cheung is Ellen, a single mother who drives a taxicab by day, and paints expressionist art by night. She chances into a one-night stand with Mike (Leon Lai), an emotionally frigid Internet mogul who prefers sex to love. Ellen's influence starts to change Mike, but it may not be soon enough. Ellen has no time for romantic games, and Mike's spoiled, single male ways are not fitting to a struggling single mother. Will they go their separate ways, or will they find mutual love? And will a sudden West Coast earthquake affect their chances? Director Andrew Lau (Infernal Affairs) captures the romance and charm of the big city, and his actors bring their established screen chemistry and remarkable acting skills to the table.

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Product Title: Sausalito (2000) (Blu-ray) (Remastered Edition) (Limited Edition) (Hong Kong Version) 一見鍾情 (2000) (Blu-ray) (限量特別版) (修復版) (香港版) 一见锺情 (2000) (Blu-ray) (限量特别版) (修复版) (香港版) Sausalito (2000) (Blu-ray) (Remastered Edition) (Limited Edition) (Hong Kong Version) Sausalito (2000) (Blu-ray) (Remastered Edition) (Limited Edition) (Hong Kong Version)
Artist Name(s): Leon Lai (Actor) | Maggie Cheung Man Yuk (Actor) | Suki Kwan (Actor) | Eric Kot (Actor) | Valerie Chow (Actor) | Carl Ng (Actor) 黎明 (Actor) | 張 曼玉 (Actor) | 關秀媚 (Actor) | 葛民輝 (Actor) | 周嘉玲 (Actor) | 吳嘉龍 (Actor) 黎明 (Actor) | 张 曼玉 (Actor) | 关秀媚 (Actor) | 葛民辉 (Actor) | 周嘉玲 (Actor) | 吴嘉龙 (Actor) 黎明(レオン・ライ) (Actor) | 張曼玉 (マギー・チャン) (Actor) | 關秀媚(クワン・サウメイ) (Actor) | 葛民輝(エリック・コット) (Actor) | 周嘉玲(チャウ・カーリン) (Actor) | 呉嘉龍(カール・ン) (Actor) Leon Lai (Actor) | 장만옥 (Actor) | Suki Kwan (Actor) | Eric Kot (Actor) | Valerie Chow (Actor) | Carl Ng (Actor)
Director: Andrew Lau 劉偉強 刘伟强 劉偉強(アンドリュー・ラウ) Andrew Lau
Writer: Chan Sap Sam 陳十三 陈十叁 陳十三(チャン・サプサン) Chan Sap Sam
Blu-ray Region Code: All Region What is it?
Release Date: 2020-01-17
Language: Cantonese, Mandarin
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese
Country of Origin: Hong Kong
Picture Format: [HD] High Definition What is it?
Sound Information: Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby TrueHD
Disc Format(s): Blu-ray, 25 GB - Single Layer
Screen Resolution: 1080p (1920 x 1080 progressive scan)
Video Codecs: AVC (MPEG-4 Part 10)
Rating: IIB
Duration: 98 (mins)
Publisher: CN Entertainment Ltd.
Package Weight: 120 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1087082731

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修復版藍光影碟 首次推出
主題曲:《及時擁抱》作曲/編曲:雷頌德 填詞:林夕 主唱:黎明
主題曲:《Sausalito》作曲/編曲/填詞:雷頌德 主唱:黎明

修復版藍光影碟 首次推出
《限量特別版》隨碟附送 袖珍復刻 宣傳劇照「一套八款」(送完即止)

導演: 劉偉強

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Professional Review of "Sausalito (2000) (Blu-ray) (Remastered Edition) (Limited Edition) (Hong Kong Version)"

March 1, 2006

This professional review refers to Sausalito
The cast of uber-romance Comrades: Almost a Love Story, reunite for uber-director Andrew Lau's, Sausalito. All the stuff of Comrades is here, but inadvertently the parts congeal into a horror story rather than romance this time out, largely due to the location.

Set in a suburb of dot com hot San Francisco, Mike (Leon Lai) plays a shallow young computer-head obsessed with gadgets and games (shades of Aaron Kwok in 2000AD) and getting laid (not at all like the virginal cyber-boy Aaron plays). Immature and self-obsessed he picks up single mom cab driver, Maggie, while slumming one night and they shag in the back seat of her cab. The rest of the movie is dedicated to "will she/won't she" sexual vacillation.

Maggie and Leon are at their best, and Richard Ng as Leon's gay foster father brings some salt to this oversweet confection. Andrew Lau serves himself well as his own cinematographer and it's all good, clean fun except for a nagging sense that something's not quite right.

Ethnic identity elided by capitalism, generic world music stapled to the soundtrack, and constantly obsessed with the look of high speed economics, but not their content, the movie is an alarmingly shallow ride, that plays on that very shallowness in an attempt to both criticize and glamorize it at the same time. Inadvertently, this is a pretty accurate picture of the shallow dot com economies currently blossoming like morning glories in New York and San Francisco. The result is a horror movie of late stage capitalism.

Maggie's cab bears an advertisement for StarEast, one of the producers of the movie, and Leon's hip, deconstructed mansion (which the movie spends most of its time idolizing) suddenly gets recast as a stand-in for the big bad corporate world. Wealth liberates these nasty dot commers from morals as they slink in and out of each others' beds, but when it becomes convenient the corporate world they've created becomes a big blue meanie. When they get in trouble, their situation is portrayed as if the world owes them a bailout because they're young and sexy.

As Leon and Maggie lie on his 350 count sheets in a postcoital glow, Maggie tells tales of woe about her lifestyle of photogenic poverty, and Leon let's her know that what's stopping him from being a nice guy is that he just doesn't have enough money. And that's the bottom line in this flick: despite some knee-jerk old schoolisms (money can't buy you love), money is generally regarded as an aphrodisiac and a relationship cure-all.

That said, I actually liked the movie. For all its new economy "rah rah" boosterism, it never once can be accused of taking itself seriously. Everyone knows they're making a lightweight romance, even if the actors (Maggie Cheung, especially) perform with realistic sharp edges on their characters (Leon is a workaholic control freak who never grew up; Maggie is a passive aggressive with a chip on her shoulder). The movie comes across as horror not because it paints an unrealistic picture of its setting, but because it does.

by Grady Hendrix

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Customer Review of "Sausalito (2000) (Blu-ray) (Remastered Edition) (Limited Edition) (Hong Kong Version)"

Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 7 - 7.3 out of 10 (13)

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May 30, 2006

This customer review refers to Sausalito
3 people found this review helpful

humdrum Customer Review Rated Bad 2 - 2 out of 10
this movie is so humdrum. i liked the pairing of leon lai and maggie cheung in the movie 'comrades almost a love story' now that is a good movie. 'sausalito' is not a good movie. just because they went to san francisco to make this movie... does not mean that this is a good movie. the reason why it is not good is because the story line got cluttery and the idea and concept wasn't that interesting. the only good thing about it is probably the way it is filmed and the look of the picture, but it is a very dull movie. if you want to fall asleep, then watch this movie. otherwise, pass it.
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April 15, 2005

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WORTH SEEING Customer Review Rated Bad 5 - 5 out of 10
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October 17, 2003

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Worth to Watch Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9 out of 10
I have watched this movie at least 5 times. I have found this movie realistic, but yet sweet. If you like Comrades in Love, you will like Sausalito...
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September 9, 2003

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Taking this from GOOD to GREAT... Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
The part is sort of cheesy since the HK director himself does not know anything about Silicon Valley, the life, language, technology and the IPO and financial processes. But otherwise everything else is GREAT. The story is realistic, and you really find Mike and Ellen in real life, and their situations were familiar too. Both of them acted very well, and several episodes were very sweet and cute... if the part could have been fixed a little bit so it's not like a joke, then the whole movie could have been another "Sweet Honey Honey" (Comrade, Almost A Love Story)...
Definitely still worth watching. I still like it a lot.
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October 9, 2002

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Great movie Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
I think a lot of people would judge this movie to me a girly movie. I thought so too when I judged the movie by its cover. But to my suprise, this is one of the best chinese movies I've seen in awhile. I've always liked Leon's acting. Never really cared for Maggie. I think this movie was good because it was easy for me to relate to the characters since I'm from america as well.
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