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Missing Johnny (2017) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3
Lawrence Ko (Actor)
| Rima Zeidan (Actor)
| Sean Huang (Actor)
| Jack Kao (Actor)
Three lonely urban souls seek warmth and purpose in the astute Taiwan drama Missing Johnny from first-time director Huang Xi. Winner of Best Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor and Best New Talent at the 2017 Taipei Film Festival, the film is presented and executive produced by Hou Hsiao Hsien, whom Huang worked under for many years. Newcomer Rima Zeidan, rising actor Sean Huang (10,000 Miles) and Golden Horse-winning actor Lawrence Ko (Jump Ashin!) star in this subtle and observant tale about being lost and found in the big city.
Zi Qi (Rima Zeidan) lives alone in Taipei with the parrots she keeps as pets in her apartment. She's in an unstable relationship with her boyfriend, and regularly receives phone calls looking for someone named Johnny. Downstairs, the landlord's autistic son Lee (Sean Huang) drifts about and reads newspapers and magazines every day to train his concentration. Wandering handyman Feng (Lawrence Ko) is working in the neighborhood, but he suddenly feels completely lost and distraught when his old car breaks down. On that fateful morning, Zi Qi, Feng and Lee cross paths because of an escaped parrot.
This edition comes with special features.
Back to the Good Times (2018) (DVD) (Gift Set) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3
Crowd Lu (Actor)
| Vera Yen (Actor)
| Tsai Chen Nan (Actor)
| Long Shao Hua (Actor)
Part of TTV's acclaimed Qseries imprint, the quirky and moving family series A Boy Named Flora A turned into one of Taiwan's biggest television hits of 2017. The cast and crew return with more family love and laughs in the 2018 feature film Back to the Good Times, directed by Chu Yu Ning. Released during the Chinese New Year period, the film follows the post-military life of protagonist Hwa Jia, played by popular singer-songwriter Crowd Lu.
Nearly a year has gone by since the passing of Grandma, and the Zheng family is busy preparing for memorial rituals. Hwa Jia (Crowd Lu) gets discharged from military service and happily reunites with Wei (Vera Yen). The next morning, Wei's parents catch them in bed together and flip out. Wei's angry parents confront Hwa Jia's family, and the whole meeting turns into a farcical mess. Faced with an unprecedented crisis, Hwa Jia must figure out how to save himself and his family.
This edition comes with a notepad, a handkerchief, a cup sleeve bag and special features (behind-the-scenes, trailer).
A Fish Out of Water (2017) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3
Peggy Tseng (Actor)
| Cheng Jen Shuo (Actor)
| Bai Run Yin (Actor)
| Lai Guo An (Writer)
A troubled couple must deal with their young son's mysterious memories of another family in Taiwan commercial director Lai Kuo An's debut feature A Fish Out of Water. Screened at the Toronto International Film Festival and San Sebastian Film Festival, the evocative and humanistic film gently examines family strife and dynamics through its enigmatic conflict.
Hao Teng (Cheng Jen Shuo) and his wife Ya Ji (Peggy Tseng) have a busy but happy life together with their son Yi An (Bai Run Yin). One day, Yi An tells his teacher about his "past home" and "past parents," and even provides names and an address. Ya Ji believes that Yi An has memories of his previous life, while Hao Teng worries that he is mentally troubled. Around this time, Hao Teng's father gets into an accident, adding to the family's burdens and the marital discord. Upset with Hao Teng's negligence of her feelings, Ya Ji moves out with Yi An. However, Yi An's condition becomes increasingly strange over time as he constantly runs away from home to search for his "past parents." To find the root of the unrest, Ya Ji and Hao Teng decide to make the journey to Yi An's "past home" by the sea.
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