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Realistic portrayal of romantically challenged men
The movie's male characters were a real pain to watch:
Tokyo - All the guy had to do was to ask the girl out on a date. Then put the brakes on with with a rebound girl. Cause the girl just broke-up and then the boyfriend wants to get back.....nothing good for our hero.
Taipei - Ughhh! this guy would kill his mom for that girl. It was painful to watch Mr Blind running errands for a girl who has zero interest in him. Looks like he is doomed for ever after the closing shot
Shanghai - Mr Samurai if you liked the girl you should have asked for her cell phone number. It is as simple as that.
Great acting about clueless men!!!
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