And, even more amazing is that, in addition to being a smoking hot lipstick lesbian, Joan Chen also wrote and directed an incredible film called "Xiu Xiu : The Sent Down Girl", which is just Shakesperean in its level of emotional tragedy. I was so wasted after watching it I could hardly get up. I recommend it highly to folks who are into that sort of thing. It's set in the Cultural Revolution, and is about one of the many young city people who were forced out into the country side to learn the proletarian way of life I guess.
Were you digging her in Cloverfield or Kindergarten Cop?
She was hot in the Unborn, but something about her face seemed just a little off? I think they gave her fake blue contacts or something. She looks better in the bio pic you posted.
With the username lfeman, I'm guessing it was Cloverfield...
For my money, Shainghai Triad is one of the best, and has Gong Li at her prime in it as well. It's like The Godfather of Chinese cinema I guess, and has almost an operatic quality to it at times. Raise the Red Lantern is very good as well.
I find her to be very plain, the girl next door, the down-to-earth type, which makes her that much more attractive. Her expressions, her eyes, and her voice, are what sets her apart. She’s just a cuddly thing.
Originally Posted by bviss
Of course, but I also dig her in everything, esp. The Family Stone, and you might check out Married Life. Speaking of her, any redeeming value to The Hot Chick?