I remember thinking how I had never seen a film like Edward Scissorhands when I first watched it in 1990. It was unique cinema that felt like pure magic. The bizarre beauty of the film and the gentle hero with his lethally sharp scissorhands stayed with me through out the years. Looking back, after almost 20 years, I now understand better the fierce longing and intense loneliness that the film had stirred in me. -Joan Chen, the Elizabeth Taylor of China/the Josie Packard of my dreams

I remember thinking how I had never seen a film like Edward Scissorhands when I first watched it in 1990. It was unique cinema that felt like pure magic. The bizarre beauty of the film and the gentle hero with his lethally sharp scissorhands stayed with me through out the years. Looking back, after almost 20 years, I now understand better the fierce longing and intense loneliness that the film had stirred in me. -Joan Chen, the Elizabeth Taylor of China/the Josie Packard of my dreams

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