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Winds of Asia-Middle East

Taiwanese Cinema Renaissance: New Breeze of the Rising Generation

Taiwanese Cinema Renaissance 2010: OPENING FILM Nominated for Best Asian-Middle Eastern Film Award


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Director:Doze, Niu Chen-Zer

Drama Action

10/24 10:45-

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141min Chinese Color 35mm | 2010 Taiwan | Distributor in Japan : Broadmedia Studios Corporation

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Monga, set in 1980s, is about youth, passion, good old days. It's also about blood and brotherhood, change and resistance, friendship and conspiracy.

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10/24 10:45 - 13:21 (141min.)

Advance Tickets ¥1300(Tax included) |Tickets at the Door ¥1500(Tax included)


* Please note that the screening schedule, Q&A and Greeting from the Stage are subject to change. The stage appearances of guests and scheduled closing time of the show may change according to circumstances.

* Advance Tickets can be purchased by telephone/internet and from convenience stores (CircleKSunkus, Lawson) and playguide on First-come basis.

* Please be forewarned that the number of Tickets at the Door is limited. Tickets at the Door can be only purchased two tickets per person. You are kindly requested not to form a queue before the theater in the late-evening.

Doze, Niu Chen-Zer

Born in Taipei, began acting at age of nine. He became the youngest nominee for the Golden Horse Award with Growing Up (1983). He started directing career in 2000 and established Honto Production, Inc in 2002. His first feature film What on Earth Have I Done Wrong? won the 2008 FIPRESCI Prize at Golden Horse Awards and NETPAC Award at Rotterdam Film Festival. Doze is the director, producer, and writer of Monga.

イーサン・ルアン(阮經天)    マーク・チャオ(趙又廷 )    マー・ルーロン(馬如龍)    リディアン・ヴォーン(鳳小岳)    クー・ジャーヤン(柯佳嬿)    :

Ching-Tien Juan    Mark Chao    Ju-Lung Ma    Rhydian Vanghan    Ko Chia-yen    

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