Wong Kar-wai's distinct filmmaking style, often with cinematographer Christopher Doyle, is integral to his movies.

Through unconventional storytelling, Wong explores themes with stunning compositions, color palettes, and camera techniques infused with neo-noir aesthetics.

In 'Fallen Angels,' love is portrayed in a nontraditional way, intricately integrated into the complex narratives and emotions of the characters. This approach offers a comprehensive and multi-layered analysis of the universal theme of love.

Focusing mainly on enhancing the sense of incommunicability between individuals, Fallen Angels centers on what could be described as 'night birds' —

The urban wilderness it portrays continues to captivate and excite us endlessly.