Cinematography: Fallen Angels

FALLEN ANGELS (1995)
Director: Wong Kar-wai
Cinematographer: Christopher Doyle

Having made visually stunning films together, Wong Kar-wai and Christopher Doyle are easily one of the best creative teams in the film industry. 2046, Ashes of Time, In the Mood for Love, Chungking Express, and Fallen Angels are just some of their best collaborations.

In Fallen Angels — WKW’s splendid take on loneliness, melancholy, and undeclared love — Doyle had quite a big challenge: the film had only one day scene, so he had to make the most out of the night scenes, which he filmed in such a charming way.

Urban Hong Kong

A Green Tunnel

Night Traffic

Trains and Automobiles

At the Subway Station

Night Flight

One Last Hit

Girl:Why does it always rain on me?
Boy:How I wish she’s mine.

Alone Again, Naturally

Strictly Business

Seeing Double
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