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Tears of Remedy (2011)

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Every drop of tear comes with a single story, one that endures beauty and pain, and mostly, love.



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Credited cast:
Ryan Herman ...
Monika Kirkland ...
Marghuerita ...
James Trussell ...
Busarakam Wongkamlao ...
Pete LaMaster ...
Big Boss
The Chairman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mary Anderson ...
Woman on the Street
Mel Davis ...
The Messenger
Essex Ferguson ...
Chairman's Bodyguard #1
The Business Man (as Louie Grillo)
Dwayne Jackson ...
Chairman's Bodyguard #2
Jahneen King ...
Bad Girl
Manny Melendez ...
Chairman's Bodyguard #3


There's a bar with a magnificent entrance, but the business here is not wine. SANG, the owner of the bar, also owns a singer, LUNA. This singer is not like anybody else on this planet, her voice seems to possess the magic power that could make every man fall in love with her. However, she is not meant to be loved as she does not have emotions and will not love them back. Eventually, men give up their love for Luna by giving Sang their tears after they smoke her cigars. LEON, a once cold, relentless syndicate associate, works for the Big Boss. Like every other man, he enters this mysterious bar one day, and his life changes since - he goes on an unknown journey ever since that night, a journey filled with desires and conscience, dignity and sacrifice, trust and betrayal...He may be that special one in that bar, but all this could end up to be a cruel joke. There's no way of finding out, only destiny. Written by Leslie Bao

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There's a bar with a magnificent entrance, but the business here is not wine.


Drama | Fantasy | Romance





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16:9 HD
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Sang: I may not sell the best wine, but I sure have the most unique cigars. Throughout the whole world, across the universe. They can make love forgotten...
Sang: ...there's only one thing I need from you. Your tears. The tears you cry for your loved one, the tears that make you...
Sang: Forget the love.
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An emotional roller-coaster which defies being genre-fied
1 May 2011 | by See all my reviews

Let me start by admitting that I'm in the film. But I was still drawn in and amazed at what got created and projected to the screen - even after observing much of the shoot. The final story and emotional reactions are even more than were in the script.

This is a wonderfully-complex film. The plot has 3 major story lines intertwined in a masterful way, so that the viewer's emotions are pushed and pulled and played with through the film. You fall in love. You become jaded. You get angry. You get deeply disappointed. You laugh. You are surprised.

I came away wanting to see the film again and again - to fully appreciate the depth of presentation. To more-fully enjoy all which is there to enjoy.

The camera-work is inventive and effective without being distracting. The director did a masterful job of editing the beautiful camera-work and making the most of some inspiring performances. Do yourself a favor and invest 2 hours to ride the ride.

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