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Film/Festivals - NY Asian Film Festival Review -- SOUL MATE

An EXCELLENT Recommendation foe tonight’s #FSLC/#SubwayCinema screening!

Derek Tsang’s SOUL MATE is a wonderful film. The performances by the lead actresses playing July and Ansen are marvelous and capture you right from the start.

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Chinese Talent Reigns High 中国电影生力军

At the 2017 Beijing International Film Festival, IWC Schaffhausen hosted an exclusive “For the Love of Cinema” gala dinner to celebrate the achievements of young Chinese filmmakers. 320 more words


Soul Mate (七月与安生, Derek Tsang, 2016)

Like the rest of the world, China, or a given generation at least, may be finding itself at something of a crossroads. The past few years have seen a flurry of coming of age dramas in which the melancholy and middle-aged revisit lost love from their youth but Derek Tsang’s Soul Mate (七月与安生, Qīyuè yǔ Anshēng) seems to be speaking to an older kind of melodrama in its examination of passionate friendship pulled apart by time, tragedy, and unspoken emotion. 667 more words


Soul Mate (七月与安生)(2016)

One of the ways I know a film is good enough for me to find the best words to adorn it is the feel of it the morning after. 569 more words


Soul Mate 《七月与安生》 review

Special thanks to Toggle for the tickets that I have won to the gala movie premiere of Soul Mate 《七月与安生》. Director Derek Tsang (do you know he is actually Hong Kong Veteran Eric Tsang’s son?) made a short appearance at the cinema for promotions too. 259 more words