Together (2012) (DVD) (Thailand Version) DVD Region 3
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Min Min (Li Lieh) runs a juice stall in Taipei's Yongle Market. Her husband Bin (Kenny Bee) runs a small printing business in the neighborhood. Their daughter Hsiao Lan (Gina Lee) is dating a bad boy-type that keeps her out late at night, and their youngest son Hsiao Yang is helping his best friend get a date with a local café girl. One day, neighborhood girl Hsiao Li (Sonia Sui) returns home and announces her engagement to a bookseller. However, Hsiao Li is getting cold feet about the marriage and starts spending time with Bin. Meanwhile, Min Min also finds herself growing closer to Hsiang (Umin Boya), the friendly owner of a dress-making shop in the market.
|Product Title:||Together (2012) (DVD) (Thailand Version) 甜．秘密 (2012) (DVD) (泰國版) 甜．秘密 (2012) (DVD) (泰国版) 甜．秘密 (2012) (DVD) (タイ版) Together (2012) (DVD) (Thailand Version)|
|Artist Name(s):||Kenny Bee (Actor) | Sonia Sui (Actor) | Li Lieh (Actor) | Michael Chang (Actor) | Umin Boya (Ma Chih Hsiang) (Actor) | Kitamura Toyoharu (Actor) | Matt Wu (Actor) | Suming (Actor) | Nana Lee (Actor) 鍾鎮濤 (Actor) | 隋棠 (Actor) | 李烈 (Actor) | 張少懷 (Actor) | 馬志翔 (Actor) | 北村豐晴 (Actor) | 吳中天 (Actor) | 舒米恩 (Actor) | 李 千那 (Actor) 锺镇涛 (Actor) | 隋棠 (Actor) | 李烈 (Actor) | 张少怀 (Actor) | 马志翔 (Actor) | 北村丰晴 (Actor) | 吴中天 (Actor) | 舒米恩 (Actor) | 李 千那 (Actor) 鍾鎮濤（ケニー・ビー） (Actor) | 隋棠 （ソニア・スイ） (Actor) | Li Lieh (Actor) | Michael Chang (Actor) | 馬志翔 （マー・ジーシアン） (Actor) | 北村豊晴 (Actor) | 呉中天（マット・ウー） (Actor) | 舒米恩（スミン） (Actor) | 李千那 （リー・チェンナー） (Actor) Kenny Bee (Actor) | Sonia Sui (Actor) | Li Lieh (Actor) | Michael Chang (Actor) | Umin Boya (Ma Chih Hsiang) (Actor) | Kitamura Toyoharu (Actor) | Matt Wu (Actor) | Suming (Actor) | Nana Lee (Actor)|
|Director:||Hsu Chao Jen 許肇任 许肇任 Hsu Chao Jen Hsu Chao Jen|
|Place of Origin:||Taiwan|
|Picture Format:||PAL What is it?|
|Sound Information:||Dolby Digital 5.1|
|Region Code:||3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?|
|Package Weight:||120 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1035075705|
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July 24, 2021
Terrific performances in slice-of-life film
From the opening minutes of 'Together', it appears that the film will be about a group of bratty teens. But director Hsu Chao Jen, who also cowrote the script, has something more interesting in mind. The film doesn't have a conventional plot; it reveals its loose-limbed narrative through a series of vignettes which, as the film progresses, cohere to reveal a compelling story about different phases of love -- people looking for love, or falling out of love, or misplacing affections, or finding new love.
A family of four lies at the center of the film. Husband Bin (Kenny Bee) runs a print shop and seems like he has lost direction in his life. Wife Min Min (Li Lieh) owns a juice stall and appears to have let her heart turn cold. Daughter Hsiao Lan (Gina Lee) dates bad boys and suffers the consequences, while teen son Hsiao Yang (Huang Shao Yang), whose perspective lies at the film's heart, desperately hopes to find a girlfriend, tries to defend his sister, and seeks to hold the family together. Lovely Hsiao Li (Sonia Sui) returns to the neighborhood to announce her impending marriage, while Hsiang (Umin Boya), who operates the stall next to that of Min Min, tries to bring a smile to her face.
These latter two characters prove to be the catalysts for the film's resolution. I don't want to give the ending away, but it struck me as the film's only false note. Suffice it to say that, in real life, this resolution of the story wouldn't have gone nearly as smoothly as it does in the film. Nevertheless, I can highly recommend this engrossing film for its unpretentious honesty right up until its closing moments.