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Maybe it's not a good idea to make a film like this and put taipei in it?
Au Revoir Taipei is a lighthearted romance that manages to avoid sickly sweet chiches, or at least makes them easy to swallow. More than a simple love story, the film has a deliberate sense of place that serves as a backdrop to characters that feel out of place.
Sweet, understated romantic comedy.
A beautiful rendezvous of casual romance, and Amber's smile and the melody is the best.
quirky and not too serious.
Its synopsis looks to be something but turns out to be loose & out of control.
Taiwanese homage to Diva. As good as anything the great French directors have done.
A Taiwan Film done PERFECTLY!!!!!
I was very pleasantly surprised by this endearingly quirky comedy. It may seem slow initially, but I suspect this was intentional because the focus at first is on the characters - and it isn't long before their charm shines through. Wannabe gangsters, dodgy cops and retail employees alike show their idiosyncracies and desires. Set in a colourfully lit Taipei nightscape of bustling markets, seedy backstreets and parks populated with dance classes, it does well at capturing the feel of the city (to my tourist eyes, I was only there a few days). The music was a big part of the charm for me too.
A nice Asian funny movie. Not "funny" ha ha, but funny in the sense that you will spend a nice time at the cinema watching a tale of modern Asia described with a good sense of humour.