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Blue Cha Cha

Blue Cha Cha

(Shen hai) Director: Cheng Wen-tang, Taiwan, 2005, Mandarin / English subtitles, 108 min

Ah Yu is returning from prison and slowly starts to reintegrate into normal life. She is being helped not only by Anna, whom she met as an inmate, but also by her two new lovers. One of them is a businessman, the other works at the same factory as Anna. Neither relationship lasts long, so Ah Yu turns to Anna again, with whom she has an almost sisterly relationship. Who is going to help her find the meaning of her existence? This is a poetic film dealing with the very possibility to live a happy life in today's society and the search for one's identity, which the same society sometimes makes unnecessarily complicated.

Cheng Wen-Tang (1958)
Started working in the film industry in administrative positions, then as assistant director, producer and a screenwriter. In 1982, he started directing. He poetic full-length debut Somewhere Over the Dreamland (2002) won the Golden Horse Award for the best Taiwanese picture of the year and was screened within the scope of the Critics' Week at the Venice festival. His following films were Passage (2004) and Blue Cha Cha, both of which only testify to his talent.


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