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The Story of the Stone (2018) (DVD) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3
JR (Ji Yan Kai) (Actor)
| Chen Yan Ming (Actor)
| Lyu Jin Xiang (Actor)
| Starr Wu (Director)
Director Starr Wu transplants the Chinese classic Dream of the Red Chamber to modern-day Taipei for the gay drama The Story of the Stone. Reimagining the "12 Beauties of Jinling" as male characters, Wu's feature debut explores gay life in Taiwan with the Red House Theater in Taipei's Ximending district as the main backdrop. The main characters are portrayed by JR, Sky Li and ten newcomers.
Sen Sen (2018) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region 3
Paw Hee Ching (Actor)
| Wu Zhi Xuan (Actor)
| Cai Heng Yan (Actor)
| Yan Yi Wen (Actor)
Award-winning veteran Hong Kong actress Nina Paw stars in the moving Taiwan drama Sen Sen, the second feature by director Bon An (Black Sheep). Sen Sen (Wu Zhi Xuan) recently lost his older brother, and his mother loses herself in work to numb her grief. They are moving soon and Sen Sen is tasked with sorting through his brother's belongings. While using his brother's phone, the lonely boy discovers that his brother was following a terminally ill livestreamer named Lili (Nina Paw). After being told that she has only three months left to live, Lili rejects treatment and boldly decides that she'll live past 100 days on her own terms! Ignoring her daughter's concerns, she drives wherever she wants in her old taxi and livestreams her adventures. An unlikely friendship forms between Sen Sen and Lili as they each confront the meaning of death and loss.
Love Education (2017) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3
Sylvia Chang (Actor, Writer, Director)
| Tian Zhuang Zhuang (Actor)
| Lang Yue Ting (Actor)
| Geng Le (Actor)
Thirteen years after 20 30 40, Sylvia Chang again examines the relationships and viewpoints of women of different generations in Love Education. Chang writes, directs and stars in the perceptive drama about how three women in one family deal with love, loss, duty and discord. Love Education won Best Screenplay at the 37th Hong Kong Film Awards and Best Actress at the 12th Asian Film Awards. Chang represents the middle-aged generation while Lan Yueting plays her headstrong daughter and Wu Yanshu plays her father's first wife.
Qiu Huiying (Sylvia Chang) is in a particularly irritable and emotional state as she nears retirement and confronts the passing of her mother. Believing that her mother's dying wish is to be buried with her late father, she travels to her father's provincial hometown with her husband (Tian Zhuangzhuang) and daughter Weiwei (Lang Yueting). Huiying wants to move her father's ancestral grave but Nana (Wu Yanshu), her father's first arranged wife, refuses to allow it. Nana has spent her entire life waiting and fulfilling her duties to a husband who left her behind soon after their marriage, and tending the grave is all she has left. Weiwei, who works at a TV station, brings a camera along and begins to make a story out of her mother and Nana's dispute. The lingering conflicts of the older generation shake Weiwei's already rocky relationships with her mother and her boyfriend.
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