|Directed by||Hou Hsiao-hsien|
|Produced by||Chu T’ien-wen|
|Written by||Chu T’ien-wen|
|Narrated by||Shu Qi|
|Music by||Yoshihiro Hanno|
|Cinematography||Mark Lee Ping Bin|
|Edited by||Ching-Song Liao|
|Distributed by||Palm Pictures (United States)|
The main character, Vicky, portrayed by actress Shu Qi, narrates from 2011 about her life 10 years earlier. She describes her youth and story of her changing life at the beginning of the new millennium. She works as a hostess in a trendy bar. Vicky is torn between two men, Hao-Hao and Jack, and her journeys display the parallel journey of the psyche and how one girl deals with her fleeting youth.
|Jenny Tseng Yan Lei|
|Huang Xiao Chu|
Awards and nominations
- 2001 Cannes Film Festival
- Chicago International Film Festival
- Won: Silver Hugo (Hou Hsiao-hsien)
- Ghent International Film Festival
- Won: Best Director (Hou Hsiao-hsien)
- Nominated: Grand Prix
- Golden Horse Film Festival
- "In The Mood For Love Press Conference at the TIFF". YouTube. Films Extras. Retrieved 30 September 2019.
- "Festival de Cannes: Millennium Mambo". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 17 October 2009.
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