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How To Train Our Dragon (2018) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region 3
Carolyn Chen (Actor)
| Kent Tsai (Actor)
| Eugenie Liu (Actor)
| Vera Zhang Mo Xi (Actor)
From the makers of You Are the Apple of My Eye comes the youth romcom How to Train Our Dragon directed by Shawn Su. Based on a popular Taiwan light novel series by Ya Ming, the comedy stars Mon Mon Mon Monsters' Kent Tsai as a teenage boy who is doomed to be single forever as long as his five controlling sisters are around! "Big Sister" Jeannie Hsieh appropriately plays the oldest sister, followed by Eugenie Liu, Vera Zhang, Clover Kao and Zhang Yao
High school boy Dragon (Kent Tsai) is at that age where all he thinks about is girls. He dreams of getting his first girlfriend, but his five beautiful and bossy sisters are constantly monitoring him and thwarting his dating efforts. One day, a cute girl named Xiao Meng (Chloe Xiang) transfers to his school. Dragon is determined to win over Xiao Meng and escape his sisters' evil claws!
Father To Son (2018) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3
Hsiao Ya Chuan (Director)
| Kaiser Chuang (Actor)
| Michael Huang (Actor)
| Fu Meng Po (Actor)
Hsiao Ya Chuan (Taipei Exchanges) won Best Director 20th Taipei Film Awards for his exploration of the deep and complicated bonds between father and son in his third feature Father to Son. Produced by Hou Hsiao Hsien, the film stars Michael Huang (The Gathering), Kaiser Chuang (Who Killed Cock Robin), Fu Meng Po (My Egg Boy), Aria Wang (Fantasies Behind the Pearly Curtain) and Lu Hsueh Feng (Thanatos, Drunk). Father to Son's story reflects not only the experiences of one family but also the course of Taiwan history.
For the past 50 years, Van Pao Te (Michael Huang) has been haunted by the absence of the father who abandoned him. His father left for Japan to seek new opportunities and never contacted him again. There was a time years ago when Pao Te himself also wanted to throw caution to the wind and chase after his dreams, but he eventually chose to stay in his small town and be a responsible father to his son. Now 60 years old and seriously ill, Pao Te suddenly decides to go to Japan with his son (Fu Meng Po) and seek answers about his long-lost father.
This edition includes director's commentary, trailer, music video and production featurette.
Hidden Treasures in the Mountain (2018) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3
Soda Voyu (Actor)
| Esther Huang (Xiao Xun) (Actor)
| Bernard Ho (Actor)
| Sakinu (Actor)
Discover the Hidden Treasures in the Mountain in the 2018 Taiwan comedy-drama feature by TV director Wang Tao Nan (Love in the Wind). Starring Esther Huang (Lokah Laqi), Soda Voyu (Seediq Bale), Bernard Ho (The Tenants Downstairs) and Sakinu, the film brings laughs with its wacky situations in the mountain while also drawing attention to the serious issue of illegal logging in Taiwan forests.
Righteous mountain patrol worker Xiao Lan (Esther Huang) feels suffocated by her mundane and stagnant life and hopes to make a change. She wants to break up with her boyfriend Ah De (Soda Voyu) and go elsewhere. Before she can bring it up, Ah De starts talking first and convinces her to go into the mountains with him and his good friend Dumas (Sakina) to recover a treasure he hid during his illegal logging days. On the way up the mountains, the three run into performance artist Da Xing (Bernard Ho). To stop him from committing suicide, they drag him along for the climb. When the group reaches the hiding place of Ah De's precious timber, they're greeted with a shocking sight. Xiao Lan announces that she must report the incident to authorities, but then illegal loggers who tailed them up the mountain suddenly appear to fight for the stash.
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