Will you still love me tomorrow?

Will you still love me tomorrow?

DVD - 2014 | Chinese
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In this madcap and lighthearted comedic romp, introverted optometrist Weichung begins to question his marriage with his wife Feng, upon learning of her desire to have another baby. At his sister's engagement party, Weichung bumps into an old friend, Stephen, a wedding photographer who, though also married, is living the high life of a younger, single gay man. When Stephen teases Weichung for his newly straightlaced lifestyle, dormant emotions are awakened in Weichung, setting him off on a quest for true romance and desire.
Publisher: [New York] : Film Movement ; Prince Frederick, MD : Distributed by RB Media, [2014], 2013
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (106, 13 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
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Call Number: DVD WIL


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Sep 16, 2018

This is a lighthearted comedy. An optometrist had married and had a nine years old boy, but he was a gay man before his marriage. Now he met his old boy-friend who awakened his dormant emotions, what would he do to his wife ?
Yum Chai Yin is performing very well as the husband and he looked very cute as the gay man.

Jul 25, 2015

Sweet romantic film.

Jun 14, 2015

For whatever reason (constant meandering?), didn't really work for me - neither did the short film.

I do enjoy most Film Movement international offerings, so this surprised me a little in it's (to me) weakness.

hbrown10011 May 23, 2015

Charming and delightful.

Sep 13, 2014

I guess it's the result of a particular tenet of Chinese Buddhism but it sure seems that Chinese people are significantly less happy in general than other people, even people who are not as well off as they are.
The pattern never struck me until I saw this movie about a Chinese gay man but I don't know if I've ever seen a Chinese production of any sort where any of the people were happy.
The general run of Chinese movies seems to involve the Winnie-the-Pooh character Eeyore the donkey cast in a William Faulkner novel.
And this movie is just like it.
You work, you're trapped, you're miserable, and finally you get to die.
It seems to be the theme of Chinese life in general and this movie shows it.


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