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Love on Credit (2011) (DVD) (Malaysia Version) DVD Region 3

Chen Kun (Actor) | Lin Chi Ling (Actor) | Chang Hsiao Yen (Actor) | Liao Fan (Actor)
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Can we judge a man by his credit limit? Is money better than true love?

In Love on Credit from director Leste Chen (Eternal Summer) and producer Zhang Yibai (Eternal Moment), Taiwan beauty Lin Chi Ling gets to show her acting chops playing a pair of identical twin sisters with contrasting personalities, but similarly disillusioned with romance. The Red Cliff actress becomes entangled with three hunky lovers - Aloys Chen (Rest on Your Shoulder), Liao Fan (Ocean Flame), and Tony Yang (In Case of Love) - in the glamorous romantic comedy, which reflects the biggest dilemma facing many women today. In keeping with the film's refreshing Taiwan flavor, the music score and the theme song are handled by popular band Sodagreen.

Materialistic elder sister Xiaohong (Lin Chi Ling) ends her 10-year affair with her boss after being lied to again and again. Her naïve younger sister Xiaoqing (Lin Chi Ling) dreams about a happy marriage with her longtime boyfriend Jiang Cheng (Liao Fan), but her heart begins to wander away when he is duped out of their life savings intended for buying a house. Xiaohong soon catches the eye of handsome millionaire Zhang Quan (Aloys Chen), but she doubts there are genuine feelings between them. Meanwhile, with her crazy spending on 10 credit cards, Xiaoqing pretends to be an upper-class lady in her plan to marry into the wealthy family of young entrepreneur Shen Tao (Tony Yang)...

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Product Title: Love on Credit (2011) (DVD) (Malaysia Version) 幸福額度 (2011) (DVD) (馬來西亞版) 幸福额度 (2011) (DVD) (马来西亚版) 幸福額度 (2011) (DVD) (マレーシア版) Love on Credit (2011) (DVD) (Malaysia Version)
Artist Name(s): Chen Kun (Actor) | Lin Chi Ling (Actor) | Chang Hsiao Yen (Actor) | Liao Fan (Actor) | Yo Yang (Actor) 陳坤 (Actor) | 林志玲 (Actor) | 張小燕 (Actor) | 廖凡 (Actor) | 楊祐寧 (Actor) 陈坤 (Actor) | 林志玲 (Actor) | Chang Hsiao Yen (Actor) | 廖凡 (Actor) | 杨祐宁 (Actor) 陳坤(チェン・クン) (Actor) | 林志玲 (リン・チーリン) (Actor) | Chang Hsiao Yen (Actor) | 廖凡(リアオ・ファン) (Actor) | 楊祐寧(トニー・ヤン) (Actor) Chen Kun (Actor) | Lin Chi Ling (Actor) | Chang Hsiao Yen (Actor) | Liao Fan (Actor) | Yo Yang (Actor)
Director: Leste Chen 陳正道 陈正道 陳正道(レスト・チェン) Leste Chen
Producer: Zhang Yi Bai 張 一白 张 一白 張一白(チャン・イーバイ) Zhang Yi Bai
Release Date: 2012-06-07
Language: Mandarin
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Malay
Place of Origin: China
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Publisher: PMP Entertainment (M) SDN. BHD.
Package Weight: 120 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1031007638

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Director: Leste Chen

A pair of twin sisters named Xiao Hong and Xiao Qing are totally different personalities. Xiao Qing believes in true love, but her elder sister Xiao Hong only trusts money. Xiao Qing is about to get married with her boyfriend of 10 years, Jiang Cheng. But Jiang Cheng not only hung around everyday, but was also cheated and lent all of Xiao Qing's saving to an unreliable friend. Xiao Qing was too angry to leave Jiang Cheng and felt desperate to keep their love alive. She applied for many credit cards and dressed herself like a high-class lady so that she could get a rich man to marry her.

On the other side, Xiao Hong has been in love with her boss for 10 years; waiting ruined all her hope for love. She decided to evaluate men according to their credit cards. Then she met Zhang Quan who could shop without limits. She believes the reason she made friends with Zhang Quan is solely because she loves his money. But is this really true?
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Professional Review of "Love on Credit (2011) (DVD) (Malaysia Version)"

July 3, 2012

This professional review refers to Love on Credit (2011) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
Love on Credit is a Mainland Chinese romantic comedy with a financial theme, directed by Taiwanese helmer Leste Chen, previously responsible for Eternal Summer and horror The Heirloom. The film is basically a vehicle for Taiwanese model turned actress Lin Chi Ling (Red Cliff), with her playing identical twin sisters wrestling with love, life and money. Vying for the sisters' hearts are three eligible actors in Aloys Chen (Rest on Your Shoulder), Liao Fan (Ocean Flame), and Tony Yang (In Case of Love).

Lin Chi Ling plays Xiaohong, a ruthless, money chasing woman who is on the verge of ending a 10 year affair with his boss after it becomes clear that he is unlikely to leave his wife. She also plays the far more innocent Xiaoqing, whose long term relationship with boyfriend Jiang Cheng (Liao Fan) runs into trouble after he is tricked by a friend into giving away their life savings. The two women are faced with romantic complications and choices when Xiaohong meets the super-rich but troubled Zhang Quan (Aloys Chen), who immediately falls head over heels for her, and Xiaoqing starts dating wealthy young businessman Shen Tao (Tony Yang), deciding she has had enough of struggling to get by with Jiang Cheng.

Despite its Taiwanese director and casting (plus a soundtrack and theme song by popular Taiwanese band Sodagreen), Love on Credit is very much in line with other contemporary Mainland Chinese rom-coms, dealing mainly with the eternal battle between marrying for love or money. To its credit, the film does try to deal with the topic in a fairly even manner, playing it out through the two sisters?very different personalities and relationship issues and exploring its many complications. Although obviously as a romantic comedy the film has an emphasis on love and the heart, it never paints things as being too black and white, with a semi-realistic portrayal of just how difficult life can be for a couple with financial difficulties, and how comfort and security do count for a lot. The cast are all on reasonable form, Lin Chi Ling just about managing to juggle her two roles (mainly differentiated through Xiaoqing's vaguely more mousey dress sense and glasses), and though the film doesn't have much of an emotional impact, its characters are likeable and sympathetic enough to make things fun and engaging.

Unsurprisingly, the film's messages do get lost somewhat in its gleeful, wish fulfilment depiction of rampant materialism, a large amount of the running time being taken up with the camera drooling over expensive clothes, luxury goods and huge mansion like houses, their prices flashing up on screen alarmingly. The film's production values are definitely above average, and Chen's direction is slick and glammed-up to the max, making for a great deal of eye candy and an alluring picture of the lives of the new Chinese rich. This helps to keep the film interesting and moving along at a bouncy pace throughout its short and painless hour and a half running time, as does some light and generally quite amusing comedy - oddly, the film avoids any of the mistaken identity gags which might have been expected given the whole twins premise.

Though there's nothing special here, Leste Chen is a decent director, and Love on Credit is an above average romantic comedy that should be enjoyed by fans of the form or the amiable and good looking cast. Though it flirts with substance, the film is best approached as a harmless piece of popcorn fluff, viewers being advised to switch off their brains, sit back and let the lavishness of it all wash over them.

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