Da-Nian is a young man from Taipei. He goes to a remote village and works as a substitute teacher. He and Su-Yun, another teacher at the school, fall in love. There are several students in ... See full summary »
Ah-Ching and his friends have just finished school in their island fishing village, and now spend most of their time drinking and fighting. Three of them decide to go to the port city of ... See full summary »
Intended as the concluding film in the trilogy on the modern history of Taiwan began with Beiqing Chengshi (1989), this film reveals the story through three levels: a film within a film as ... See full summary »
I took a chance on this film based on the 7.0 rating here. I can only describe my viewing experience as the same as watching paint dry. If you need help in falling asleep, this movie may be just the answer. A beautiful twenty year-old girl is at the center of the story. She has an older brother who is a small time criminal who is always in trouble. Mom has died and so the girl must help raise a younger sister. The main actress is very attractive but her obsession with the Nile is never explained. I see no reason to recommend Daughter of the Nile.
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