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The story follows Chen Mo, the bar owner and 'ferryman', as he is slowly facing his own traumatic past, whilst helping the people around him, including his co-partner Guan Chun, the singer Ma Li and the neighbor Xiao Yu.

Director:

Jiajia Zhang

Writers:

Jiajia Zhang (short story), Kar-Wai Wong (as Kar Wai Wong)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Tony Chiu-Wai Leung ... Chen Mo (as Tony Chiu Wai Leung)
Takeshi Kaneshiro ... Guan Chun
Eason Chan ... Ma Li
Angelababy ... Xiao Yu
Sandrine Pinna ... Mao Mao
Jennifer Du Jennifer Du ... He Muzi
Lynn Xiong ... Jiang Jie (as Lynn Hung)
Su Ma ... A Sao
Chengpeng Dong Chengpeng Dong ... Lao Hu
Zhijia Cui Zhijia Cui ... Xiao Ma Ge
Ling Jia Ling Jia ... Pang Niu
Sam Lee ... Shan Ji
Yan Liu ... Female Client #3 (as Liu Yan)
Shih-Chieh King ... God of Bing
Han Lu ... Ma Li (young)
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The story follows Chen Mo, the bar owner and 'ferryman', as he is slowly facing his own traumatic past, whilst helping the people around him, including his co-partner Guan Chun, the singer Ma Li and the neighbor Xiao Yu.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Mandarin

Release Date:

29 December 2016 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

The Ferryman See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Soundtracks

Let Me Stay Beside You
Composed & Lyrics by Hanxiao Tang
Performed by Eason Chan
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Zhang Jiajia's failed film, WKW's ruined reputation
28 December 2016 | by PShaphySee all my reviews

I'm a new user, and I'm sorry that I post this review to the message board before.. ---- Here is Shanghai.

If you are planning to enjoy a WKW's film, you'll be disappointed with this one. It is not directed by Wong but a new director Zhang Jiajia, who is an author of best-selling novel. See You Tomorrow is Zhang's second film adapted from his novel - the first is I Belonged to You - and both of these are awful...I Belonged to You gets a douban(a Chinese website like IMDb) score at 5.4/10, and See You Tomorrow is now at 4.4/10.

Though such a fine cast See You Tomorrow has, in which there are Tony Leung, Kaneshiro Takeshi and Jennifer, not to mention that WKW is the producer, it is still unavoidable to go failed because of Zhang's poor script and direction. He is trying so hard to imitate in direction of Wong that the film is full of scenes just like those in Wong's. He makes a great effort to create an old-style atmosphere like Wong. Songs in the film are also made up of nostalgic ones. However, only the stacking- together of elements in WKW's style will not become a Wong's film.

I'm sorry to see See You Tomorrow fails in an embarrassing way, but I'm happy to see that See You Tomorrow is not a success because too many similar films succeeded before, which are also like See You Tomorrow - trying to obtain box office success through fans effect but not telling a good story.

Thank you for your reading and may you have a nice day. And most importantly, if you are planning to enjoy a WKW's film, DO NOT watch this one. :)


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