When four best friends try and move forward in their work and personal life, they realize that trying to live their life's dream is more difficult than they imagine -- especially in the high fashion world of Shanghai.
Policeman Don Lee often works with informants but numerous too-close calls and failed missions cause him to see the world as one betrayal after another - then he meets Guy, and is given a new chance to change his views.
A beautiful real-estate agent (Peiru) gets drunk at a karaoke bar and throws up on a principled, lonely cop (Zhendong). Zhendong quickly falls for the flirtatious Peiru despite the fact ... See full summary »
A group of close friends who attend a private school, and they all have a debilitating crush on the sunny star pupil, Shen Jiayi. The only member of the group who claims not to is Ke Jingteng, but he ends up love her as well.
This is one of those very slow and dreamy ones but the story is interesting enough to stay engaged and Lunmei Kwai (Blue Gate Crossing) is delightful. She receives cassette tapes of nature and community sounds from a guy, a professional sound-recordist, who thinks he is sending them to the girl who broke his heart. He is capturing sounds from all the places he had hoped to visit with her before she broke up with him. He meets up on his travels with a psychiatrist, played wonderfully by Siao-guo Jia, who is also suffering a broken heart and doing some soul searching of his own. Lunmei Kwai sets out to discover and visit all the places the sounds are coming from with the outside hope of maybe meeting the guy who is sending them. Very bittersweet ending that's neither happy nor sad but wide open to possibility.
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