Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? (Ming tian ji de ai shang wo)
Showings
Lars Hockstad AuditoriumFri, Aug 2, 2013 9:00 PM
Sponsored by Dan and Debbie Edson
Not Available  
 
State TheatreSat, Aug 3, 2013 3:00 PM
Sponsored by In Loving Memory of Bryan J Crough
Not Available  
 
Film Info
Section:Foreign
Release Year:2013
Runtime:100 min.
Type of Film:Feature Narrative
Rating:NR
Production Country:Taiwan
Original Language:Mandarin
Subtitles:English
Web Site:http://www.1production.com.tw/luvmetmr/en/
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:Richie Ren
Mavis Fan
Kimi Hsia
Director:Arvin Chen
Produced by:Lieh Lee
Roger Huang
Screenwriter:Arvin Chen
Cinematography:Hsia Shao-Yu
Editing By:Justin Guerrieri
Music By:Hsu Wen
Description
Who doesn’t love a great romcom? We certainly do, and this delightfully charming film from Taiwan also includes the best karaoke scene we’ve ever seen in any film, ever. Feng and Weichung are married with a child, and stuck in a rut. Feng thinks another child will give her life purpose, but Weichung’s mind is elsewhere: mainly on an old friend Stephen, who offers a tempting entrée back into his old gay lifestyle. Meanwhile, Weichung’s sister dumps her fiancé in a supermarket and holes herself up in her apartment, watching TV and eating Ramen noodles. Infused with flights of fancy that represent the daydreams we all share, it’s impossible not to root for the happiness of all of the characters in this upbeat, light and fun movie about meeting love where you find it. In person: Director Arvin Chen.
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