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After her birthday party, ad executive Michelle finds herself caught between cheerful Tony, dreamy Bill, youthful Jeb, and rich Tiger. Overwhelmed with stress, another complication quietly forms in her life.
A group of close friends who attend a private school all have a debilitating crush on the sunny star pupil, Shen Jiayi. The only member of the group who claims not to is Ke Jingteng, but he ends up loving her as well.
Adapted from a book of Feng Tang, a contemporary Chinese writer who has also become an investor in the medical industry, the film counts a story of a medical student in his university days. In my humble opinion, Ever Since We Loved is a rather clumsy translation of the original title, which literally means "everything is growing".
Films touching on campus life have been one of the major genres in Chinese cinema market. Frankly speaking, this one does not stand unique among all others. The author basically used his own experience during school days to write this work. Still not too far from my own horsing around days, this film did stir up some old memories.
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