Tuesday, December 23, 2014


Takeshi Kaneshiro and Masami Nagasawa play lovers who are separated by war in two different places
Takeshi Kaneshiro writes love letters to cure missing each other
courtesy of mingpao.com

The John Woo (Ng Yu Sum) directed, Takeshi Kaneshiro (Gum Sing Mo), Masami Nagasawa, Zhang Ziyi, Tong Dawei, Song Hye-Kyo and Huang Xiaoming starred romance THE CROSSING I (TAI PING LUN: LUEN SAI FAU SUN) will open on Christmas. The three couples due to war were separated in two lands. Gum Sing Mo and Masami Nagasawa wrote love letters to cure their pain of missing each other. The post 80s Masami Nagasawa actually praised such a prehistoric method to express love. She said, "Young people now all use phones to send text messages and emails. Actually letter writing enables people to inject even more emotions. Because they cannot see each other, the type of emotions instead became even deeper. In comparison to love now, that era's love was even heavier." She praised her on screen lover Gum Sing Mo as a very charming person. She said, "Gum Sing Mo is a very serious person. Through exchanges with him I sense that his words are very solid. He is a very real and sincere person."

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