A con-team couple (Andy Lau & Rene Liu) head west after taking a city businessman for his BMW. But an encounter with a naive young carpenter travelling home with his life savings challenges their fate as thieves.
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A young man tries to get away from his family's overwhelming power, but when he accidentally kills a local thug, his fate will be intricately linked to his father's. A woman, who for years ... See full summary »
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The literal translation of the title of this movie is: Who said that I do not care?
This movie is a good example of realism, for Chinese movie, of course. It accurately depicted the generational gap between the older generations and their children, such as issues like marriage. The older generation still prefer the old standard of finding a spouse whom you can depend on, or at least, not to depending on you, while the younger generation would put more emphasis on personal feelings such as how much love one has for one another.
It is very difficult to say whether the result depicted in the movie is typical, and hence we cannot say whether it represents most cases, but the part about generational gap is indeed.
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