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A coming of age story featuring a group of Taiwanese teenagers/friends and their experience as they all fall in love with the same girl: Shen Jiayi, the star student of the school. A story about the complexities and bitter sweetness of high school life set in the backdrop of Taiwanese cultures and traditions.Written by
Ching-Chen high school represents our young and crazy days. It gave us the most wonderful times of our life. From now on, it's time for us to spread our wings and chase our dreams.
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It is a very simple story but it's funny to watch and after the movie finished I didn't feel like leaving the theater. I sat there, speechless but felt satisfied. Some people sat around me couldn't stop crying but many of us left the theater with smile on our faces.
It is a very simple story but it reminds us of something that was once special and important in our life. We laughed through out the movie and our emotion was triggered by a very simple but very hearty story.
"You are the apple of my eye" what a wonderful phrase! Those years, what we did could be non-sense but it was so important and we saw only those things in those years. We grow and we change and so do the characters in the movie.
The director did a great job to tell the story and the actors/actresses did great job as well. Camera work's fine and music/original scores are great too. It's a great combination of works and it's touching! I encourage/recommend you to see this delightful movie and to find something once was important back in life. Feel young again and feel reckless again~ 10 out of 10! Don't miss it!
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