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Hua jiao zhi wei is a movie starring Sammi Cheng, Megan Lai, and Xiaofeng Li. After her father died, a Hong Kong girl discovers she has two hitherto unknown sisters, one in Taiwan and one in China. To settle her father's debt, she...

Genres
Drama, Comedy
Director
Heiward Mak
Starring
Xiaofeng Li, Sammi Cheng, Megan Lai, Linda Jui-Chi Liu

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Heiward Mak
Writer Heiward Mak
Stars Xiaofeng Li, Sammi Cheng, Megan Lai, Linda Jui-Chi Liu
Country China, Hong Kong
Also Known As 花椒之味, Fagara
Runtime 1 h 58 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description After her father died, a Hong Kong girl discovers she has two hitherto unknown sisters, one in Taiwan and one in China. To settle her father's debt, she must reunite with them to run the family's hot pot restaurant. While the androgynous Taiwan sister is plagued by her toxic relationship with her mother, the fashionista sister from China is trying to fend off her grandmother's pressure to get married. Meanwhile, she is striving to unshackle herself from her ex-boyfriend in order to start a new relationship.

Top reviews

Sunday, 29 Mar 2020 16:09

We only wish that all people would think of the society as it really is. A new film by the Chinese director Yi Junfu, which is about an ordinary man who falls in love with the new girl who comes to his small town in southern China. He wants to win her over as quickly as possible and that includes taking care of her younger sister as well. There are many aspects of this film, but the most striking aspect is that it shows the age old Chinese view of what a woman should look and act like. This film is full of very feminine (if that is the right word) characters and they are portrayed as being very un-bonded to their families and society. I think this is an example of how the young generation of Chinese can develop their own views of what is right and what is wrong in Chinese society. The character played by Sun Li is a nice example of this. She is a student who has been brought up as a strict and independent woman and still thinks that way today, but she has always felt that she should be treated like a human being, and she wants to treat her younger sister the way she wants to be treated. She seems to understand what being a good wife means, but the problems she has with her older sister are very apparent. We see her trying to reason with her sister and trying to get her to understand that the way she behaves towards her sister is very wrong. We see the fact that she feels a sense of shame when she has to be with someone older. She even breaks into tears when she confesses that she loves her older sister and has been brought up as a strict girl, but she knows she should be treated like a human being. The other characters in the film are good as well. The sister in particular is a very good example of how a family can be torn apart if one of the members cannot deal with the idea of a younger sister. I think this film would have been more effective if the older sister had been played by a different actress. There is one particular scene that is very painful to watch, and the film is about how bad it is to have a young sister. The only thing I did not like about this film was the ending. I think that the ending of the film was very tragic and could have been much better. I think that the end was very depressing and I think it would have been better if the film had been less sad and just had a happy ending. The only good thing about this film is the beautiful music of Wu Chen. I liked this film and think that it is worth watching. The director was able to give this film a very powerful message about what it is to be a good human being.
Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020 08:31

In general, while I can't claim to be a big fan of the Chongqing-based Bong Joon-Ho, I do like him, and this movie is no exception. I'm not a fan of his other movies, though I do think "Heart and Soul" is a very good film. I was impressed by his acting in that movie, and that's also why I'm glad to have seen this movie, although I did not think it was as good as his previous movies. The way he portrays the farmer's character, especially when he is angry, is very impressive. I didn't like the way the movie made him sound, so I didn't like the way it made his voice. I also didn't like the way he was shown as having a certain sort of superiority over the other farmers, but I understand that he was in some ways forced to be such, but that's not the point. I also think the same thing could have been said about his wife. The whole plot seemed a little silly to me, but overall I liked it. I also think the movie is very good at what it was trying to do. I think it is extremely important to have some kind of "love story" in the movies. Even if the movie is supposed to be about a farmer, I think the farmers can also be a love story. I think I can understand why people are not really happy with it. I also don't think it is very important that the movie deals with a farmer, or that it has to do with love. In the same way I'm not really a big fan of the movies that are about the lovers, but I think that those are also good movies. I think the purpose of "Under the Sea", even though it is kind of silly, is to show the people of Chongqing what real happiness is, and it's also to show the world that people are very human, and there is no reason for the people of Chongqing to be so cruel to each other. I think this movie is very good, and I can recommend it to people who are into the genre.


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