LOVE with Ethan Ruan, Mark Chao, Shu Qi and Vicky Zhao Releases First Teaser | A Koala's Playground
Ivy Chen has been dating director Hsu Fu-Hsiang since . Zhao Wei, Shu Qi, Mark Chao, Ethan Juan, Eddie Peng, Amber Kuo, Ivy Chen and Doze Niu. Starring Ethan Ruan, Shu Qi, Mark Chao, (Vicki) Zhao Wei, Amber Kuo, Ivy Chen, and Eddie Peng (as well as Doze himself), the relationship. Hear Me [聽說] Starring: Ivy Chen, Eddie Peng & Michelle Chen Lin Peng she doesn't plan on dating Tian Kuo because he is also deaf.
She drives past and sees him, so comes over to say thank you for the ride to the hospital. They officially introduce themselves, and he asks her why he never saw her online. How much more obvious and direct could he be?!?! I really love plants. He brings her food at her house, and she invites him in to sit. She insists on paying him back for all the food, but he keeps changing the subject.
The house is filled with medals and certificates of all the awards Xiao Peng has won for swimming, and Yang Yang is very proud of her sister. Yang Yang suddenly remembers that she has to go to work, and invites him along.
They go to the night market and find a noodle restaurant. Tian Kuo notices that there are other customers waiting to be seated, so he ends up paying and then they leave. Yang Yang is upset about that, and the two get into an argument about money. She thinks that he looks down on her job and thinks little of coins and loose change.
She leaves alone and he is unsure of what to do. Meanwhile, Xiao Peng had come home from swim practice and fell asleep while looking through old photo albums. Yang Yang rushes to the hospital and apologizes for not being there for Xian Peng.
Yang Yang is upset with herself for not going straight home after work, but Xiao Peng says she only inhaled a little bit of smoke and everything is fine. He overhears the shop owners discussing Yang Yang, and how she was so adorable and sweet, but how unfortunate that she was deaf.
Upset by their judgments of Yang Yang, he throws down a bunch of coins to pay for his meal and leaves.
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He leaves a box at her door and leaves. He has bought her a glass heron coin bank as an apology gift. She is touched, but still is keeping her distance from him. The next day, Yang Yang goes to the pool to wait for her sister, but after her sister gets out of the shower, she tells Yang Yang to go home first because she will be waiting for friends to go out to dinner. Hurt, Yang Yang walks home alone. Along the way, she sees all these poster boards of trees set up on the streets.
As she stops at her own front lawn, she sees Tian Kuo in a tree costume with lights strapped around him. She gets a text from him and opens it to read, …there are types of plants or wildlife becoming extinct every day.
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At that rate, the heron might one day become extinct. So to prevent you from becoming extinct, you must bring the tree in front of you home to raise! Yang Yang apologizes again, saying that it was all her fault. Yang Yang tells Xiao Peng that she is not, and has never been, a burden; that in the next life, she would still want Xiao Peng as a sister. After their argument is settled, Yang Yang goes online to see that Tian Kuo has messaged her, but also sends a response to something she never said.
The next day, Yang Yang and Xiao Peng go to a museum to watch herons and waterbirds. Luckily, Doze Niu and his actors succeed at their patchwork filmmaking, making Love an enjoyable if overlong piece of star-fueled fluff. An impressive but obviously manipulated minute tracking shot introduces us to Love's characters. Working in the hotel is Chia's stuttering brother Kuan Ethan Ruanwho annoys Zoe when he snaps her photo outside the hotel, right before she's picked up by Lu Ping Doze Niuher rich sugar daddy and Ni's father.
Mark is also Lu Ping's friend, plus there's a hidden character connection that further links the two. If you need an infographic to chart this near-incestuous web of characters, you're not alone. Relationships develop as the film jumps between its Taipei and Beijing locales. Mark heads to Beijing to do business and research his ancestry, coming into contact with the fiesty Xiaoye, who's revealed to be a single mother.
Back in Taipei, best pals Ni and Chia find their friendship fractured, with still-immature Kai stuck in between.
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Zoe is tired of being a rich man's arm candy, and despite getting off on the wrong foot with her, the lower class Kuan becomes her confidant. Behind them all, Lu plays concerned father but also selfish lover, seeking to claim Zoe as his own even though their longtime relationship comes with plenty of cheating on the side.
Unions are formed, hearts are broken, and somewhere in there universal truths on love, friendship and maturity are dispensed. Despite possessing the ingredients for a self-involved romance dissertation, Love eschews pretension and keeps epiphanies and self-realization character-specific. The Beijing segment feels the most complete and entertaining, thanks to Vicki Zhao's strong performance as single mother Xiaoye, plus some sly support from Wang Jingchun as Ge Ting, the cop who helps Xiaoye and Mark navigate their romantic tension.Hear Me (聽說) (2009) - Hear Me (聽說)