More than just naughty, they play tricks on classmates, tease girls at school, fight with other boys, and lie to everyone until their teacher breaks down. They are named Liar No. 1 and Liar...
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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.
When a well known businessman goes missing, owing $100m to Taipei's underworld, two hoods decide to follow his son, the leader of a youth gang. A small group of trendy foreigners gets caught up in the action.
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.
What on Earth has Doze Niu done wrong? Doze runs into many problems ranging from relationship woes to professional challenges as he tries to secure funding for what he thinks will be the next mockumentary blockbuster.
Janine Chun-Ning Chang,
In a Japanese high school, a class of adolescent geeks joins the new synchronized swimming teacher and takes up the challenge to take part in the competition, in spite of the mockeries of the "real sportsmen".
More than just naughty, they play tricks on classmates, tease girls at school, fight with other boys, and lie to everyone until their teacher breaks down. They are named Liar No. 1 and Liar No. 2. The most important act planned in their life is to go to the mysterious water park, where they can leap through the portal at the end of the water slide to the fairy-tale world OZ and live as grown-ups happily ever after. However, the commitment is torn by a careless betrayal. Written by
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Adults are very tall. They are so tall that their sight tends to loose itself to the distance because almost nothing is higher than them. Children, however, are smaller and thus they do not see as far as the adults do. But they see what is near them. Adults see large, gigantic things ahead of them. Children see the smallest things. Children live in the present tense. Adults look towards the future. Children see the world differently. And this is what Orz Boyz is all about. Seeing things differently. Through the eyes of the children we once were. These kids, through the little things they care for, do not see this overwhelming world full of poverty and misery they live in.
Through brilliant acting by the kids and supporting adult actors, through its greatly polished cinematography ( like most movies from China ) and inspiring music, Orz Boyz is able to capture the essence of childhood friendship. Sometimes it is very realistic and in the next scene it jumps to surrealism and it even has some animation here and there as well. This creates a wonderful film that reminds me of the magic behind other children related stories such as St-Exupéry's "The Little Prince". Very entertaining, charming and surprising movie. It breaks the barriers of language in so many ways. This is a must see for anyone who is looking towards discovering a part of China that is rarely seen in the medias - its highly artistic side, that is.
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