The heart warming comedy, "What Women Want" was fun loving and fast paced. The muted mise-en-scene might have been influenced by producer's Hou's austere style. They all covet the master's nightly conjugal visits--not so much for the sexual pleasures except perhaps the rigorous foot massage that substitutes for foreplay as for the myriad privileges they can expect in the days after. While waiting, however, the workers become distracted by hunger. Skip to main content. Jones
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Sex and Power: A Chinese Parable
Prime Video Verified Purchase. When Zigang attempts to understand the opposite sex to compete with Yilong, a comic twist of fate gives him the ability to hear what women are thinking. Available at warnerarchive. Marshall can't rescue the film from its embarrassing screenplay or its awkward Chinese-Japanese-Hollywood culture klatch, but "Memoirs of a Geisha" is one of those bad Hollywood films that by virtue of their production values nonetheless afford a few dividends, in this case, fabulous clothes and three eminently watchable female leads. Zhang's ongoing extramarital affair with Gong, a source of gossip for the Chinese public, also irritated officials. According to one of Zhang's collaborators, the film was shot in Technicolor--China has the world's last Technicolor lab.