Lost For Words (2013)
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Amid the sweeping cityscape of cosmopolitan Hong Kong, a newly arrived ex-US Marine (Sean Faris 桑輝魯斯) falls in love with a young dancer from Mainland China (Grace Huang 黃芝琪). Against mounting cultural and religious pressure, the two star-crossed lovers risk it all in pursuit of true love. (c) Official Site
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Critic Reviews for Lost For Words
[Faris'] relationship with co-star Huang, while cordial, hardly reflects an emotional connection strong enough for him to conquer his character's post-romantic breakup stress syndrome.
It's curious that the only conflict mined from this bicultural relationship is strictly linguistic.
"Forget the words, follow your heart" is this film's oft-repeated Hallmark card sentiment. You may just want to forget the movie and follow the aisle to the exit.
Perhaps only an expat like American-born, Hong Kong-based director Stanley J. Orzel could create a tribute to his adopted city as loving as Lost for Words.
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