Three years ago, April's career allowed her to emmigrate to Canada. She has been working happily ever since. Her personal life, however, is in turmoil. Her husband, Tong, remains in Hong Kong, where he struggles to make it as a singer/songwriter. Since marrying, he has had to eke out a living as a realtor. Unfulfilled, and increasingly insecure about his talents, he is terrified to emigrate to Canada. If he cannot succeed in his own country, in his own language, how can he possibly attain fulfillment in Canada? When Tong finally comes to Canada, hoping to appease his wife, he meets another woman...Written by
Ok, here goes nothing. This movie has two basic plots, which interlace to become one main plot. Basic plot one: Tong, a Hong Kong realtor, and his wife April, a business woman, have been estranged for three years since she moved to Canada to pursue a career. Neither one wants to leave their country to be with their spouse. April sends Tong her wedding ring, and he comes to look for her in Canada. Basic plot two: Natasha, a down-to-earth, spiritual former vocalist and her boyfriend, Matthew, a yuppie and a romantic, own a rustic bed and breakfast in the wilderness. Matthew wants commitment, but Natasha isn't sure, as she has never truly experienced being alone. They argue, and she leaves, to rejoin her band, whos singer has fallen ill. Main plot: April and Matthew meet, and travel together to Banff. Tong and Natasha meet, and travel together to Banff. Hold onto your socks.
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