Su mi ma sen, Love

Su mi ma sen, Love

Chie Tanaka, playing herself, meets Huai-chung Wu, whom I presume is playing himself, after she loses her wallet. From that point on, the rest of the movie is about two restless and unhappy people spending the day together, falling in love, and learning to relate to each other without caring that they were strangers that morning.

Chie Tanaka comes to Taiwan to study Chinese but is unexpectedly cast as the leading actress in a movie. Wu Huai-chung wants to be a filmmaker but he can only find a part-time projectionist... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Su mi ma sen, Love torrent reviews

Terry D (au) wrote: Good, scary movie... we are what we eat, and big agribusiness doesn't care about nutrition. Monsanto is evil.

Jake A (au) wrote: Despite Thomas Jane putting in a really good performance, it looking really good, having some decent action and a political undercurrent it didn't hold my interest and the longer it went on the plot just got more muddled and it didn't feel like it knew where it wanted to go.

Suanne B (ag) wrote: Breillat's genius comes out in this is clear to me in all of Breillat's films that men are from Mars and women are from venus. Although I don't agree, her mastery in telling these tales is superb.

Kara H (es) wrote: a good watch, some great scenes that make this movie shine on the big screen, but other times it has cheesy graphics and effects bordering on predictable and low budget.

Ms Amanda J (es) wrote: I got tired of the characters quickly (in fact, there were too many characters).

Adam S (gb) wrote: Rossellini's follow-up to "Rome Open City" is more ambitious and polished, thanks in part to the celebrity of the first film. Six 20 minute vignettes tell stories of the American liberation of Italy from coast to coast; redemptive, like a scene in a country-side monastery, romantically devastating, like an Italian girl who falls in love with a GI but loses track of him and turns to the streets, and brutally tragic, like the famous ending where Americans and partisans are cut down by stray Germans in a bog just weeks before the surrender. Rossellini hones the Neo-realist style here with tremendous long takes, outdoor filming in bombed out buildings, and an invisible montage, creating one of the most powerful of all war films, and arguably the best film of his distinguished career.

Adam R (mx) wrote: Hugely disappointing for what is considered by many to be one of the all-time best prison escape movies. It was too bizarre and I couldn't get into it. It's long, boring and really wears on you. (First and only viewing - 3/29/2017)

Farah R (fr) wrote: I find it bewildering that this movie didn't get the attention it deserves. From Ezra Miller's brilliant performance to the way the plot line was handled and conducted, all leads to a masterful outcome. The Stanford Prison Experiment is a bone chilling thriller.