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Spicy Love Soup (Aiqing mala tang)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 1998
Running time:109 minutes
Cast:Emil Chau, Yuanyuan Gao, Tao Guo, Bin Li, Liping Lü
Director:Yang Zhang (II)
Writer:Shangjun Cai, Yi'nan Diao

Description: Zhang Yang directed this $200,000 Chinese anthology film, opening on a yin-yang-decorated soup-pot shared by a Beijing couple. A soupcon of scenes with this couple serves to link several stories on the theme of love and marriage: a kid creates problems with parents and teachers by faking a recording; an elderly widow has her choice of men after she appears on a television dating show; a bored couple share a childish fascination for amusing toys; a boy discovers his parents have just divorced; and a romance is described via voiceovers. Cameo by Tiawanese singer-composer Li Tsung-sheng. Shown at the 1998 East West Film Festival (London).~ Bhob Stewart, All Movie Guide

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