Honey Pupu (DVD) (2-Disc Deluxe Edition) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3
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YesAsia Editorial Description
The website missing.com/ing has attracted a large number of disoriented young netizens to join in the discussions about disappearance. On New Year's Eve, the popular site's webmaster Dog (Lee Ta Chi) has mysteriously vanished without a trace. His radio DJ girlfriend Vicky (Peggy Tseng) looks for him fervently, during which she comes in contact with a bunch of eccentric people that frequent Dog's chatroom - high-schooler Cola (Prince), the rebellious Assassin (Kid) and his purple-haired girlfriend Money (Lin Zaizai). Together with enigmatic seductress Playing (Nikki Hsieh), the group traverses the dreamy landscape of urban Taipei in search of forgotten memories, forsaken places, and departed loves.
2-Disc Deluxe Edition DVD comes with special features: director and cast interviews, missing scenes, behind-the-scenes footage, and music video.
|Product Title:||Honey Pupu (DVD) (2-Disc Deluxe Edition) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) 消失打看 (雙碟精裝版) (DVD) (台灣版) 消失打看 (双碟精装版) (DVD) (台湾版) 消失打看 (DVD) (2枚組デラックス版) (台湾版) Honey Pupu (DVD) (2-Disc Deluxe Edition) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version)|
|Artist Name(s):||Nikki Hsieh (Actor) | Zai Zai Lin (Actor) | Peggy Tseng (Actor) | Prince Chiu (Wang Zi) (Actor) | Lawrence Ko (Actor) 謝 欣穎 (Actor) | 林辰唏 (Actor) | 曾珮瑜 (Actor) | 邱勝翊 (王子) (Actor) | 柯宇綸 (Actor) 谢 欣颖 (Actor) | 林辰唏 (Actor) | 曾佩瑜 (Actor) | 邱胜翊 (王子) (Actor) | 柯宇纶 (Actor) 謝欣穎（ニッキー・シエ） (Actor) | Zai Zai Lin (Actor) | Peggy Tseng (Actor) | 王子（プリンス）（棒棒堂） (Actor) | 柯宇綸（クー・ユールン） (Actor) Nikki Hsieh (Actor) | Zai Zai Lin (Actor) | Peggy Tseng (Actor) | Prince Chiu (Wang Zi) (Actor) | Lawrence Ko (Actor)|
|Director:||Chen Hung I 陳宏一 陈宏一 Chen Hung I Chen Hung I|
|Subtitles:||English, Traditional Chinese|
|Place of Origin:||Taiwan|
|Picture Format:||NTSC What is it?|
|Aspect Ratio:||1.78 : 1|
|Sound Information:||Dolby Digital 5.1|
|Region Code:||3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?|
|Publisher:||SKY Digi Entertainment Co.,|
|Other Information:||2 DVDs|
|Package Weight:||200 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1025059839|
程式設計師Dog（李大齊）架設 missing.com/ing 網站，吸引大批年輕人討論「消失」議題。網站大收歡迎，Dog卻人間蒸發，女友Vicky（曾珮瑜）開始瘋狂找尋。透過網站，Vicky結識了網站上常客：沈迷繪畫消失景物的高中生可樂（邱勝翊）、永遠覺得地球歪斜世界失衡的叛逆刺客（林柏昇）、宣揚世界末日哲學收集螺絲的怪異少女（林辰唏）和遊戲人間讓男人消失的蛇蠍女郎Playing（謝欣穎）。四人在台北這座末日城市，交織出複雜愛戀關係。
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Customer Review of "Honey Pupu (DVD) (2-Disc Deluxe Edition) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version)"
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January 18, 2012
Abstract Visual Musings (Part A)
“Honey Pupu” is a surreal-abstract film about fleeting moments, alienated feelings and the transience of the changing city of Taipei (where railway stations and a Tower Record store become ‘ghosts’ of the past) with disillusioned and uncertain young outsiders struggling with their inner awareness that everything in life will sooner or later disappear. A dreamlike film of myriad, gentle chaotic imagery via pop art, superimposed into natural surroundings of clouds, greenery and the changing city of Taipei. To hold onto memories and experience, or attempts to re-capture them, technologies such as the mobile phone, photo camera and music are used throughout as a catalyst of the young to capture forms of infinity. All this surreal navel gazing (still having the form of a navel of course), begins on a New Years Eve 2010 where classical radio DJ Vicky (Peggy Tseng) searches for her lost lover Dog (Ta Chi Lee), a webmaster who ups and goes but leaves his ‘memories’ on a single floppy disk. Vicky, a photographer, searches on Dog’s web site chat room encountering his friends; other ‘lost’ and confused souls similarly reflecting Vicky’s mind set about sudden disappearance, angst, uncertainty, disillusionment and change. In the cyber space Vicky encounters Cola (Prince) who falls for punky drummer girl Cheesecake (a.k.a. Money) who collects metal hexagonal screws relating to her worries about the possible extinction of bees. Money is the girlfriend of angsty Assassin (Kid), who finds life a tumult of confusion and irritation. Then there’s sexual deviant Playing (Nikki Hsieh), who like a cynical succubus, lures men into foolish sex games who then decide to kill themselves. Playing though finds loving solace in angsty boy Assassin.
Aside to synopsis this is a more visual ‘youth’ film with a final dream sequence similar to Pang Bros “Recycle” and muses symbolically about lost relationships, the meaning of life and world’s end (well if matter returns to energy it doesn’t disappear), centrally orchestrated and mirrored in plastic dream realities out of Vicky’s concern about the disappearance of her lover Dog. The disconnected ‘I have no identity’ youth share romantic brittleness like the triangle love of Money, Assassin and Cola (the latter staying at an aunts and two girl cousins who speak in a technological Chinese hybrid lingo similar to text speak). But all have a common bond circling the central Vicky that the world, too, disappears like everything else.
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January 18, 2012
In the beginning there’s…honey? (Part B)
In the beginning as children we’re one with the world, but requirement makes us abstractedly confused. Technology obsesses our emotions, circumvents our natural passions and we dazedly wonder about ourselves more than ever. “Honey Pupu” does seem pretentious. But its funny how art life can be disfavoured by similitude to pretension; most forms of theatre are pretensions with actors, singers, dancers all pretending to be aspects of something or someone else. And sometimes I consider my own pretensions. But when are we who we really are? Afraid of the ‘self’ disappearing (or not even having one) and even the Whole World (an important grain of sand in the ocean cosmos) is cosmetically mused in this film. All of us are fragments of each other – only finding a completely different reality and copying its pattern could herald a form of self-uniqueness. Does the world end? Nope. But some pedestrian emphasis on destructive and transmutation aspects of nature sadden people in this movie (like the elephant scared of a mouse). If a loved one disappears…
Although “Honey Pupu” is exaggerated pretence with visual advertisement /pop video surrealism, there's something in everything to glean. Always ideas are revealed by any mental construction, even derivative pretence or posture (strike a pose stuff). Maybe at the Beginning/End there’s nothing, and in the middle a complex activity of life interplay, but if the young of this film portrayed are a nonsense vacuous excuse at Taiwanese youth complex, they’ve a lot of substance to ignite thought and wonder and even if “HP” is rubbish its mirroring other ‘clever’ second hand ‘trash’ with style. Only movies portraying nothing would be passionless - silence. But inertia soon fuels chaotic passion into meaningful (electrified) by roads towards new heightened emotions and tension. (Only true boredom makes people seem like idiots!) “Honey Pupu” albeit as pop idiom, cries out (pretentiously) about people’s emotional changes of losing things that are hard to humanly accept and how as humans we wish everything nice to stay as it is. But changes (strongly evolved in youth) are rearrangements within infinity to unfreeze boredom and loneliness into new relationships and adventure. Like light that always is. Money plays her drums loudly to drown out thoughts of the void’s silence. But maybe the void is conscious of that and the motions of life are a film fixed to a script. If you think this sounds weird, try “Honey Pupu”.