The death this past week of the wonderful and stunning Jennifer Jones at the age of 90 reminded me of a favorite film-Love is a Many-Splendored Thing (1955). Eurasian doctor (Jennifer Jones) falls madly in love with the wrong man-white and married war correspondent (William Holden). With its gorgeous Hong Kong locations, beautiful people, clothes, and cars, and hauntingly timeless song, this classic tear jerker is a Chinoiserie must see. Rent it over the holidays. I has one of the best lines ever-"We shall now drink tea and speak of absurdities."