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Plot: Based on the bestselling series of short stories by renowned Chinese writer Zhang Jiajia, I Belonged To You is a touching romantic tale revolving around two radio disc jockeys and the world they inhabit. They find the audience they reach reflects their own love and heartbreak, and forces them to deal with issues larger than just their own lives.
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To Be or Not To Be
City Radio talk show host of “Passing Through Your World” Chen Mo (Chao Deng)—in China surnames come first—advises people on their problems. A female caller complains of being lonely on her birthday. He tells her she shouldn’t be; millions of people all over the world are sharing the same birthday with her. She is not alone. His female co-host (Baihe Bai?) calls it quits (“It’s break up.”) He helps all kinds of people with their problems. Who is going to help him?
After two years of diminishing ratings, nobody will co-host with him except for one fresh intern Yao Ji (Tianai Zhang) (“I’m Birdie.”) For all her self-effacemeant, she manages to “erupt with unexpected elegance” when he gets in a bind.
His best friend “Chubby” Zhu Tou (Yu Yunpeng) after yearning greatly for the prettiest girl in college Li Zhi, seizes an opportunity to help her finish and graduate, earning her appreciation if not outright obligation.
Female beat cop Yan Zi (Liu Yan) spends her days chasing petty miscreants and dreaming of promotion until one day by mistake she chases a nerd Mao Shiba (Yang Yang) whose only contraband was used electronic junk he collected to recycle. In his nerdy way he was afraid and ran on account of her being so pretty. Having similar minimal relationship experience, they hook up with each other. He loves her extravagantly (“Such devotion to Yan Zi”) with homemade gizmos and gadgets, which may sound corny, but he really puts himself into it.
Add some financial troubles at the station, a stern female program director Xiao Rong (Dun Juan), and a fading dear mother Madame Liu, and we’ve got all the makings of a fine drama.
The title “I Belonged to You” may be misleading in English. The tense of Chinese verbs can be a bit ambiguous, may even have elements of past, present, and future all at once. Maybe the oriental view of time is different than in the west. However that may be, we have in one movie here three couples who will end up, when the credits roll, in a relationship either in the past, present or future. The challenge is to figure out which one will be which, and thanks to some clever writing it may not be the ones you expect.
“I Belong” has all the hallmarks of a Chinese drama film. The tears on their occasion are copious, and the declarations of love effusive. It’s a triple romance with no mushy stuff. One couple goes so far as to discuss intimacy in a relationship, but only indirectly. The callers, on the other hand, are direct to the point of being shocking. The film itself is rated PG in Canada (British Columbia) & Singapore.
Chinese is a simpler language than English, so the subtitles seem to go by too fast when you’re trying to follow writing that’s more complex than the spoken parts. The scenery captured on film is at times breathtaking. There’s some brief but decisive martial arts thrown in from a surprising quarter. The male leads (nerd, slob, and fatso) are made to look different enough for a western eye to tell them apart, and one of the women is always seen in a fetching uniform.
I’m a Chinese film aficionado to the point of having taken a couple years of Mandarin Chinese just so I can understand the movies better. I just love this stuff. The acting did not suggest any Oscars, to be sure, but it was done well done enough for an enjoyable viewing experience. Some few scenes put the strain on suspension of disbelief, but we were able to pass on them due to the pleasure of the plot. Screenwriter Zhang Jiajia appears fleetingly towards the end of the credits.
Love story of three different couple
The movie is like ship traveling through sea of life where only one common thing is love connecting entire movie.in it the end you will be left pain and happiness combined
Original Language zh
Runtime 1 hr 52 min (112 min)
Genre Drama, Romance
Director Yibai Zhang
Writer Jiajia Zhang
Actors Chao Deng, Tian’ai Zhang, Baihe Bai
Awards 1 win & 4 nominations
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