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Hear Me Chinese Romantic Movie 2009
Cast And Crew
Cast: Eddie Peng Yuyan, Chen Yihan, Michelle Chen, Lo Peian, Lin Meihsiu
Director: Cheng Fen Fen
RunTime: 1 hr 49 mins
Released By: Festive Films & Cathay-Keris Films
Opening Day: 7 January 2010
Chinese Film Synopsis:
HEAR ME is a light- hearted love story between Tian Kuo, an eager delivery boy, and Yang Yang, a gentle street performer. Yang Yang and her hearing- impaired sister, Xiao Peng, are training for a chance of a lifetime- the chance to compete in the Deaflympics. Yang Yang is a kind yet strong- willed girl who supports Xiao Peng by performing on the streets. Even though Yang Yang must work for her living expenses and Xiao Peng’s training fees, she nonetheless remains optimistic about the future. Tian Kuo, on the other hand, is a carefree and eager delivery boy for a restaurant which his parents own. On a fateful day, Tian Kuo met Yang Yang while delivering meal boxes to Xiao Peng’s swimming team, and fell in love immediately. Yang Yang, accidentally mistaking Tian Kuo to be hearing- impaired, became hesitant about the difficulties that they may encounter in the future, and refrained from Tian Kuo’s pursuits. What ensues is a story of love, companionship, communication, understanding, and family.
Hong Kong movie Review :
A simple romance about a happy-go-lucky delivery boy who pursues a young deaf girl, director Cheng Fen-Fen’s Hear Me is pleasant and well performed, and understandably became a hit in its native territory of Taiwan. Cheng’s previous two features ranged from intriguing (Keeping Watch) to alarming (Finding Her), andHear Me shares some of their flaws. For the most part, however, the film is an improvement if not an outright accomplishment by the promising director. The cynical need not apply, but teens and even not-so-young adults should warm to this enjoyable little movie.
Taiwanese youth Tian Kuo (Eddie Peng of Exit No. 6 and All About Women) is a sloppy but lovable delivery boy who works in a Hong Kong-style restaurant for his nagging parents (Lin Mei-Shiu and Luo Be-An). For reasons initially unknown, Tian Kuo knows sign language, which helps him at the local pool where he sells lunchboxes to hard-of-hearing athletes training for competition. It’s there that the deaf Yang Yang (Ivy Chen) catches Tian Kuo’s eye. Yang Yang is perpetually dropping by the pool to cheer on elder sister Xiao Peng (Chen Yan-Xi), who trains at the pool and also possesses a hearing disability.
Xiao Peng dreams of competing in the Deaflympics, and her chances are high, as she’s one of the most talented swimmers on the team.Yang Yang helps her by doing everything that’s humanly possible to make her elder sister’s dream come true. She works multiple jobs to make ends meet, including performing some bohemian street theater, leaving little time for anything resembling a personal life. All the while, she’s positive and kind, filial and upbeat, and when she smiles her eyes widen to anime heroine-like levels.Yang Yang is obviously one super sweetheart, so it’s no wonder that Tian Kuo is smitten. The big question: how does he win her heart?Watch online Movie Trailer free Hear Me Hong Kong film.The film Directed by Cheng Fen Fen .