Finally watched "In The Mood For Love" and came away strangely disgruntled or befuddled. Spoilers below (no spoilerized text) After an hour detailing the slow progress of Chan and Chow through months at a time, coming together (and trying to stave off suspicions and gossips by the neighbors) and never quite acting on their own impulses as they use their suspicions that their spouses of running off with the other's spouse, the final last part of the movie just stupifies me. Are we to take from it that they never consummated their affiar, and Chow leaves for Singapore, Chan makes one attempt to phone him, but she can't quite make out any words to say to him. 4 years pass, Chan's back in the neighborhood, buys the apartment from Mrs. Suen, and lives there with her son (where did he come from?) and Chow drops by to bring a present to the Koo's, but there's a new tenant who tells Chow that the Koo's have moved due to the politcal unrest, and he hears that a woman and her child live next door, but Chow passes on knocking on Chan's apartment door, and later recounts the story of a man burying a secret, which he does in the side of that tree/wall, and the film ends. Was I suppose to feel pure exasperation by the end of the film, or perhaps sorrow for unrequited love? I was just a bit bored and frustrated the last part of the film. Ack!