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Su mi ma sen, Love (2009)

Dui bu qi wo ai ni (original title)
Chie Tanaka comes to Taiwan to study Chinese but is unexpectedly cast as the leading actress in a movie. Wu Huai-chung wants to be a filmmaker but he can only find a part-time projectionist... See full summary »

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Chie Tanaka
Huai-chung Wu
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Chie Tanaka comes to Taiwan to study Chinese but is unexpectedly cast as the leading actress in a movie. Wu Huai-chung wants to be a filmmaker but he can only find a part-time projectionist job. Chie runs away from her acting work in Taipei to a southern city Kaohsiung. As soon as she begins her one-day excursion, she finds her purse is lost. Huai-chung helps her by offering her five hundred Taiwan dollars. She refuses first. Huai-chung believes their encounter is pre-destined. But how can he convince Chie that their fates are really crossed? It will take his wits, humors and most importantly his heart to do the magic. Written by Anonymous

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9 January 2009 (Taiwan)  »

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Sorry I Love You  »

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Money, Fate, Daydreaming, Love, and Strangers...A Must Watch.
30 June 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It is hard to describe the movie. The plot is simple, Chie Tanaka, playing herself, meets Huai-chung Wu, whom I presume is playing himself, after she loses her wallet. From that point on, the rest of the movie is about two restless and unhappy people spending the day together, falling in love, and learning to relate to each other without caring that they were strangers that morning.

It wonderfully shot, and the pacing is just like many other modern Taiwanese movies. It is short, not even eighty minutes, which is good and bad. Emotional, and acted, if you can call it that considering, well. There really isn't anything bad about the movie, in fact I found it quite wonderful.

If you like these kind of sleepy movies purely about people relating to each other and living in the moments when that happens, then you should give it a shot.


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