Cloned from 50 First Dates - Good piece but lacks X-Factor
It is a good piece of film. The actor and actress are of good quality. Great directorship and cinematography. But the script lacks something. Something more substantial enough to make it an excellent piece. It definitely moves me in certain parts by Cherrie and Koo's excellent acting skills despite Cherrie being a new comer.
For the first half, she reminds me of Rong Zu Er, but the more exaggerated version and it is not natural enough (Rong has done a better job). Later part, she moved me.
The whole script is like a mix-and-match sequence, slightly modified version from Romeo & Juliet and 50 First Dates.
Music was good.
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