Import only Blu-ray/Region All pressing. Released to great acclaim in 1990, Days of Being Wild is where Wong Kar Wai begins. The Hong Kong auteur's second film after the more conventionally narrated As Tears Go By, Days of Being Wild gave world cinema it's first glimpse of what would become Wong Kar Wai's signature: elliptical storytelling, existential brooding, breathtaking cinematography and art direction, haunting score, all-star cast, and that heartbreaking air of lingering and longing. Raised by a foster mother who used to make her living as a courtesan, York (Leslie Cheung) has only one wish: To find out who his real mother is. Stubborn and careless, York gets acquainted with a lonely submissive bar girl (Maggie Cheung) and a beautiful club hostess/dancer (Carina Lau) before leaving his whole life behind in search of the truth which may ultimately destroy him. Media Asia.