Shikhar Verma’s review published on Letterboxd:
2046 goes to the future and the past. Both of which are strangely similar. But what about the present?
Wong Kar Wai knows how our present is like a train of thoughts that is either consumed in the guilt of the past or induced in a haze that emits worries about what the future holds.
Shared in moments and felt in every single frame, Wong Kar Wai's 2046 is a place where I've stayed for far too long. I've had experiences that will never allow me to really be sure which woman have I loved the most and which the least. Hence, while moving forward, I don't believe in looking back. As looking back holds a sort of revealness that I wouldn't wanna know. At least, not yet.