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A Very Gentle Romance Among Hong Kong Bus Drivers: Derek Yee's Lost in Time
Review of Mong bat liu in which a young woman (Cecilia Cheung) takes over her dead fiancee's son and job, aided by a wounded, older man ((Lau Ching-Wan).
She not only takes over raising his five-year-old son Lok-Lok (Harashima Daichi), but also takes over driving his minibus. Becoming him to a considerable extent, she is unlikely to forget him. Although he was managing to be a single parent and to make money as a bus driver, she has difficulty in learning how to care for a child and profitably managing a vehicle in Hong Kong. It is not a place where the riders are noted for their patience or for holding their tongues when displeased...
Stepping very delicately in to try to help is the bus diver who arrived on the crash scene and have Man his cellphone, though Man died before being able to make a call. Hale (Lau Ching-Wan, the hostage negotiator in both Johnnie To "Running Out of Time" movies) exudes a sadness. Its basis is not revealed until very late in the movie, on an answering machine message.
Cellphones play a major part in many 21st-century Hong Kong movies. Both Holly and Lok-Lok call the dead man's cellphone, leaving messages. Holly also has flashbacks or hallucinations of him.
Hale feels sorry for Holly struggling to learn bus driver survival skills and soon sees that she is not managing any too well at home. The boy bonds immediately with his new "uncle" (any adult whom a Chinese child meets in connection with a parent is called "aunt" or "uncle").
Hale seems to enjoy surrogate paternity and seems to have a much larger repertoire of dishes to cook than Holly does. He can also fix things. He makes no sexual demands or even hints of sexual quid for domestic quo. He is more like a father to Holly than a lover.
She tries very, very hard to do things on her own and to resist becoming dependent on him, but she is in over her head in carrying on for Man.
The pace of the movie is somewhat leisurely, but the plucky "widow" and the too-good-to-be-true helpmeet and the child they both care deeply for are all engaging. I am tempted to call the movie a "fairytale for adults," but the only magic is the charisma of Cheung and Lau. They face real problems, notably her lack of money to raise the child whose now-dead father had custody. There is a triad run-in but the movie is not about cops and gangsters.
My major discontent with the movie is the treacley piano score (which also won a Hong Kong Film Award!) laid on thick by Peter Kam (Isabella, Protégé). Cinematographer Keung Kwok-Man (A Fighter's Blues, Seven Swords, Protégé) provided a palette notable for he greenish night-time street scenes and the contrasting apartment interiors of Hale and Holly. The Korean-born Derek Yee (Yee Tung-Shing) had earlier directed Lau in "Viva Erotica" (1996) and more recently directed Any Lay and Louis Koo in "Protégé" (Moon to, 2020), and Jackie Chan in "Shinjuku Incident" (2020). Yee also stars in Yee's "Triple Tap," due to be released in May.
As is, alas, the norm for Hong Kong movies, the English-language subtitles often diverge from grammatical. And there are none for the four trailers (including the one for the movie) and the making-of featurette.
Without stinting on showing hardships and burdens of griefs, "Lost in Time" is a heartwarming movie in which a family is cobbled together for and to a large extent by Lok-Lok.
(All names herein are rendered in the Asian family-name followed by personal-name order. The character names are those that appear in the English-language subtitles.)