The Most Distant Course

The Most Distant Course

Tang (Muo) goes on a trip to Taitung to record the sounds of nature, hoping the tape may save his relationship with his girlfriend who is leaving him. What he does not know, is that she has already moved away and another girl, Yun (Kwai), has moved into that apartment. Yun is trapped in a hopeless love triangle, and troubled by all the issues she faces in life. After listening to the tape that Tang sent, she feels as if the kindness of nature is calling her, and travels to Taitung to find the mysterious man who sends her the tape. On the other hand, Tsai (Chia), a psychiatrist struggling in a failed marriage, suddenly realizes that he needs to let things go after helping a patient with extramarital affairs. He leaves everything behind and goes to Taitung to search for his ex-lover. The three young souls, with different purposes, comes to the coast and search for the meaning of their life, a journey considerably longer than any of them has taken before.

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Michael L (nl) wrote: There is a germ of a good movie here, but this isn't a good film. Too much cliche in the plot (It's the father figure! The old cop dies! His friend accidentally announces that he knew where they were hiding out when he shouldn't have known that!), some stylized sequences that fall flat, and a mumbling flat performance (particularly in the later part of the film) from Phoenix.

Alono H (kr) wrote: There's nothing overly complicated about this flick. It's a pretty straight forward action movie, but's it's well done.

Brendan H (it) wrote: Fantastic movie. The way the relationships develop in this movie is intricate and realistic. The comedy is subtle as it should be. A good mirror to today's society as well.

Kristina K (nl) wrote: Annoying, silly, has no purpose and sense, yet funny and worth watching just for Jeremy.

Blake C (de) wrote: Finding Nemo is the perfect mix of adventure and comedy. There's not a thing wrong with this film.

Richard D (ca) wrote: A sweetly, old-fashioned romantic fairy tale of a movie. The public clearly weren't ready for it in 1990 and it's poor reception tanked Shanley's directorial career for two decades. It's a nice film ... not brilliant, but enjoyable in a quite and quirky way. It's tough to argue with a film that has Robert Stack, Lloyd Bridges, Ossie Davis and Abe Vigoda to offer.

Logan M (mx) wrote: With a smart script and fine performances, it's easy to see where this sports comedy earns its status as a classic.

Scott H (fr) wrote: Logical action sequences, good sense of humor and chemistry between all involved elevate it to a pretty good movie. It could have used more mini-plots and a more believable love story, but for the most part its consistently well-made.

Morgan W (us) wrote: corny yes. pretty good yes.

Harrison D (br) wrote: A very thrilling ride loved it

Amanda M (us) wrote: Have always loved this one. The soundtrack is incredible!

Drew H (jp) wrote: Charlie has no forbidden subjects. Crap.