The Boys from Fengkuei

The Boys from Fengkuei

Ah-Ching and his friends have just finished school in their island fishing village, and now spend most of their time drinking and fighting. Three of them decide to go to the port city of Kaohsiung to look for work. They find an apartment through relatives, and Ah-Ching is attracted to the girlfriend of a neighbor. There they face the harsh realities of the big city.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:101 minutes
  • Release:1983
  • Language:Mandarin,Min Nan
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:teenager,  

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Jerry R (gb) wrote: Even though it was cheesy it was funny

Andres V (mx) wrote: Poor H. Rider Haggard!! he must be shaking in his tomb! Years ago we saw a great production (King Solomon's Mines)but this movie (if we can call it like that) Is a waste of time, money, creativity... Production is horrible, effects of extreme low quality, acting is really bad, scenes with no logic at all, boring dialogs, and a plot of such a low quality that from the beginning invites to do something else but watching this insult to the good adventure movies!Again... Poor H. Rider Haggard!!!

Ryan Gibbons (jp) wrote: Brenden Gleesen is in top form as Winston Churchill, he delivers a fascinating performance. Into the Storm is incredibly engaging and it does not even have the made for t.v feel. There are a few things I did not like, I thought that the score was completely misused having music play for most of the movie was a mistake. I also found that some of the supporting roles were a bit lackluster. Despite these flaws into the storm is still a great look at a time in history that needed Men like Churchill.

Janne M (fr) wrote: Well well... Nothing-so-special vampire movie. Sid Haig was good again though.

Santiago M (au) wrote: Heartbreaking. But very subtle. Really good. Recommended.

Lee B (mx) wrote: I'm torn about this movie. On one hand, it is a very interesting production and well thought out story. On the other hand, it is a very blatant soapbox preaching session of a movie. It gets a little awkward when it transitions between, but is successful enough. However, I think this also makes you think and assume that the movie is going in one direction and kicks to another. And that isn't such a bad thing.It has wonderful acting by everyone, even the supporting players. The girl is amazing and Ron Livingston really surprises with how great he can be. It is an obvious real world setting and production doesn't suffer. And the script really does take you through a journey with twists and turns. The only real faults, again, are that it gets a slight bit heavy handed when it wants to make a point (though those points need to be made with such a horrible subject that happens way too often) and point the finger at people who participate. AND IGNORE, which it does in a very interesting way to point out in this movie. It is effective, but also comes off a little cheesy. The other fault is that it takes the other lead, Livingston, and tries to get you to identify with him, but then takes him through a journey where they say he just keeps making mistakes. It is trying to point out that these things are mistakes, but it never says that he made the right decision in trying to help. Then, you see how it all goes. In many ways, he is a tragic hero, but also can seem like a fool being played by a system that can't be fixed.However, I recommend this movie because this is a tragedy that shouldn't be ignored and just the effort to make this a subject brought to light for everybody so awareness can lead to help in any way when possible, is important.

Jen R (ru) wrote: Good movie, and it doesnt hurt that Tyrese and James Franco are hot

Garrett C (ru) wrote: The word that entered my head frequently when viewing this film was "pointless." I had no reason by the end of the film to really care for anyone in it or what they were doing. Unfortunately Allen is not a great crime film director, and he focuses too much on the topic in "Bullets Over Broadway" rather than his sharp wit that we see in previous films.

Shawn R (ca) wrote: Hidden horror gem from the 80's highly recomended. And if Joe V. sees this.... " PRISON PRISON PRISON"

Matt K (us) wrote: This is definitely a thing.

Olivier B (kr) wrote: Vraiment intressant et bien fait.

dave b (gb) wrote: It is awesome I really want to have it so I can see the whole film