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The devil fish which manipulated by Juon-like ghost ''a little girl in red dress'' targets tiger-man's mother. Then, tiger-man tries excising his mother from the devil fish and a little girl in red dress.
Joe Shu-Wei Chang,
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.
Cream, a bright personality with a dark streak somehow manages to make a connection with the secretive K. As high school classmates, they share their loneliness, get close quickly, and fill the emptiness in each other. Cream moves into K's place and they depend on each other like a family or lovers. Years go by, and K works for a record company and Cream becomes a lyricist, but they still live together, neither a couple nor friends. Diagnosed with leukemia, K is hesitant to reveal his illness because he does not want to hurt Cream by leaving her alone. Not knowing any of this, Cream starts dating another man, eventually accepting his marriage proposal.
The last 30 minutes of the film salvages what was an atrocious first hour of the film. Even so, the last 30 minutes is just waves and waves of tear quenching plot lines. Yes, I cried, but the more you think about it, the more you realize the overall plot and lines are still ridiculous. The majority of the film is simply full of plot holes and contradictions, its just hard to get around the fact that the film is just very weak. The peripheral characters makes the film feel even worse, they are extreme stereotypes that makes the film feels even more superficial.
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