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This is a typical Taiwan movie. The plot is very simple. You can imagine the whole story right from the beginning. And tears never stop from the beginning to the end. (I think the director wants to sale the tissues.) In fact, people there are all not bad guys, and they could have a peaceful life. For examples, Qiu Xia could live with her son in her ex-husband's house, at least for some time. But they just 'refused' it.
The most shinning point is the little boy, around 5-6 years old. He played very good.
Suggestions: All About Ah-Long (Chinese title:You jian A Lang), which is from HongKong, performed by Chow Yun-Fat. The plot is much better than this one, while the little boy also did a good job.
This is an old movie. Watching it today, I give it 6/10.
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