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Keeping Watch (2007)

Chen shui de qing chun (original title)
The sudden arrival of Han provides a diversion from Ching's monotonous life as the proprietor of the family clock shop. She quickly falls in love with the young man who claims to be her ... See full summary »

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Hsiao-chuan Chang ...
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Hsin-Ling Chung ...
Mei (nurse)
Liang-Tso Liu
Sze-chi Lo
Chuan-cheng Tao
Chuan Wang
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The sudden arrival of Han provides a diversion from Ching's monotonous life as the proprietor of the family clock shop. She quickly falls in love with the young man who claims to be her high school classmate, but her bliss proves short-lived as he disappears just as abruptly. Worried, Ching calls Han's parents, only to be told that he died many years ago. Written by Anon

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Mystery | Romance

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31 August 2007 (Taiwan)  »

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Overpromise
21 April 2008 | by (Madrid, Spain) – See all my reviews

I had great expectations about this film, and that the criticism he had read were very good. And what promised to be a different story and magical about an impossible love, precious counted in the manner to which we are accustomed existing Asian directors, it becomes a very sober film without dramatic moments stellar synthesis and very cold.

Scenes repeated that do not help you understand neither the argument nor the characters, and that only meet the purpose of stretching a film that perfectly and as told, could have been reduced to a short film.

To sum up the history of which could have been removed and much has been little exploited.

Either way, and if this Taiwanese director decides to film a second exercise, there will be ... To see its development.

Finally I do not want to say goodbye without apologizing for any errors or grammatical concepts that may have committed to write English. Still I hope I have helped you understand a little more Keeping Watch. Thanks.


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