Days of Being Wild

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Released 1990

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Days of Being Wild

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Director:
Wong Kar-wai
Released:
1990
Rating:
PG-13
Days of Being Wild is a romance film that revolves around Yuddy (Leslie Cheung), a playboy living in Hong Kong, known best for getting women to fall for him and then dumping them. One of his victims is Li Zhen (Maggie Cheung), a young woman who becomes depressed from Yuddy's actions and finds comfort with a policeman, Tide (Andy Lau). Meanwhile, Yuddy has forgotten about his fling with Li Zhen and moves on to another young woman, Mimi (Carina Lau). Yuddy dumps Mimi, causing her to begin a life of self-destruction. It becomes obvious that the reason for Yuddy's inability to commit to a woman is due to the feelings of resentment he has toward his adoptive mother, Rebecca (Rebecca Pan), a former prostitute, and the fact that she refuses to reveal the identity of Yuddy's biological mother. Watch Days of Being Wild to find out if Yuddy is able to overcome is fear of commitment.

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Drama

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Foreign Language, Love & Romance