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When two former lovers are brought back together by fate, their one chance to rekindle romance becomes more complicated than either could have ever anticipated. Zhou Qian (Leon Lai) is an outpatient doctor who works the streets of Shanghai from his SUV. His girlfriend Xin Xiaoyue (Faye Wong) is a professional party planer more accustomed to living it up than settling down and enjoying the quiet life. Recognizing this, Zhou plans to break up with Xin the next opportunity he gets. Just as he's about to do so, however, Xin beats him to the punch. Some time later, both Zhou and Xin are still recovering from their failed relationship when Xin begins planning a lavish birthday party for a wealthy business tycoon. Due to the tycoon's failing health, Xin must run all of the party plans by the man's family physician, Zhou. Is fate attempting to give the former couple a not-so-subtle message? While Zhou seems wounded, Xin doesn't appear to have any interest at all in getting back together. Still, Zhou remains undeterred in his quest to win her back, ultimately finding out where she has moved to and renting an apartment across the street in order to be closer to her. Will Zhou succeed in winning back the girl he once seemed so determined to leave, or is this one romance that simply wasn't meant to be? ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi