When three rebellious students leave their hometown to pursue their lifelong dreams in the big city, their relationships start to face the pressures of real life as the 1980s Taiwanese ... See full summary »
Lun Mei Gwei,
A delivery Boy falls for a young girl who is hearing impaired. Comparing themselves with "water birds" and trees, together they are going to break the barrier and pursue their dreams and take their relationship to the next level.
During China's Tang dynasty the emperor has taken the princess of a neighboring province as wife. She has borne him two sons and raised his eldest. Now his control over his dominion is complete, including the royal family itself.
I saw this movie in early 2009. I enjoyed it quite a bit. It makes me want to see more films like this one. The songs and music are great and also the cinematography. I recorded the ending song and keep it on all my media players. I'd like to know the name of the traditional song sung by some folks in the truck. I rate the movie 7.5 out of ten. Oftentimes it is quite enjoyable to witness cultures not your own and this film is one such treat. This film is for people who enjoy making their own life decisions, so the ending is intentionally not absolute. People who would rather live their lives vicariously will perhaps find the ending dissatisfying.
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