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The Great Buddha+ (2017) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Leon Dai (Actor)
| Lin Mei Shiu (Actor)
| Chen Zhu Sheng (Actor)
| Michael Chang (Actor)
In 2015, documentary filmmaker Huang Hsin Yao's acclaimed black-and-white short film The Great Buddha was crowned Best Short Film at the 2015 Taipei Film Festival. Two years later, the director expands the suspense story into his first narrative feature The Great Buddha+. Produced and lensed by Chung Mong Hong, the film won five awards at the Golden Horse Film Awards, including Best New Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Cinematography and Best Supporting Actor for Bamboo Chen. Mostly presented in black and white with select dashes of color, The Great Buddha+ weaves an unpredictable satire-laden black comedy of crime and misadventure.
Pickle (Cres Chuang) barely makes ends meet working as a night-shift security guard at a bronze statue factory. He and his buddy Belly Button (Bamboo Chen), a recycling collector by day, pass the hours by flipping through adult magazines and watching TV in the security room. When the TV breaks down, the two decide to watch something else: their sleazy boss's (Leon Dai) salacious dash-cam footage. However, they accidentally come upon a dangerous secret that throws their lives into chaos and triggers a preposterous chain of events.
Back to the Good Times (2018) (Blu-ray) (Gift Set) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) Blu-ray Region A
Crowd Lu (Actor)
| Vera Yen (Actor)
| Long Shao Hua (Actor)
| Alex Ko (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 behind-the-scenes features and trailer.
Take Me To The Moon (2017) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3
Vivian Sung (Actor)
| Jasper Liu (Actor)
| Shih Chih Tian (Actor)
| Pipi Yao (Actor)
Our Times heroine Vivian Sung returns to the nineties in the Taiwan time-travel youth drama Take Me to the Moon, co-starring idol drama heartthrob Jasper Liu (When I See You Again). Directed by Hsieh Chun Yi (Apolitical Romance), the moving coming-of-afe film recalls the effervescence and dreams of youth and the bittersweet realities and regrets of growing up. Filled with nostalgic references to nineties pop culture and music, the film in particular pays homage to late Taiwan singer-songwriter Tom Chang Yu Sheng, whose classic song Take Me To The Moon lends the film its title.
Back in high school 20 years ago, Wang Zheng Xiang (Jasper Liu) was in a band with his crush Emma (Vivian Sung), a popular and strong-minded girl whose greatest dream was to become a singer. That chance came in her senior year of high school when she was selected at an open audition by a famous Japanese producer. After graduation, Emma headed to Japan to pursue her music career, but things never quite worked out. The years of struggle would indelibly change Emma and lead her to tragedy. After a reunion with the other band members, the sad and drunken Zheng Xiang stumbles through the streets, meets a mysterious old woman, and passes out. When he awakens, he realizes that he's back in 1997, and it's several days before the audition that would change the course of Emma's life. Zheng Xiang sets out to try to save her from her own fate.
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