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Yong shi wo ai (1994)

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Su Kai is spunky but lonesome: his job takes him on long solitary drives across China. On a ferry, he meets two China Air flight attendants, Ge Ge and Yang Yan. He's smitten by Ge Ge, and ... See full summary »

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Su Kai is spunky but lonesome: his job takes him on long solitary drives across China. On a ferry, he meets two China Air flight attendants, Ge Ge and Yang Yan. He's smitten by Ge Ge, and within a few days, she agrees to move in with him. They borrow money, build a house, live in harmony, and plan a wedding. Then, a sudden turn of events brings a change in Su Kai; he becomes moody and remote. Is there any way Ge Ge can salvage their relationship? Su Kai's breakdown brings Yang Yan back into the picture as well, and her feelings become central to the story. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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A worthy attempt is the only good thing.
7 April 2004 | by See all my reviews

The literal translation of the title of this movie, Gone forever with my love, is the exact depiction of how most felt about this movie, (no pun intended! but it is ironic).

The only thing good about this movie is that it was among the first to explore the love triangle, not that such topic did not exist in Chinese movies before, but it was one of the first about the relationships that involves the couples living together before the marriage, which is not generally accepted in China because by then, such living arrangements also means having sex before being married). The movie is cheesy, and boring in comparison to those made in Hollywood, but for Chinese standard, it already reached the threshold of tolerance.


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