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Kingone Wang as Qi Tian A talented but arrogant interior designer. He is fired from his job when his uncompromised attitude causes his design firm to lose an important client. Bored at home he is conned by Gigi to take her on as a client. He was in love with Ya Ting when they were high school classmate, but she rejected him because in each of his love letters to her he wrote it in a self-centered tone.
He volunteers to be Ya Ting's unborn child's father because of what his college ex-girlfriend did to their unborn child. He escapes to Ya Ting's hometown when he thinks he has killed a man while trying to collect a debt from him.
An orphan who joined a triad gang when the triad boss paid for his died grandmother's medical bills. Gigi discovers his talent for cooking and hires him as the chef at the inn. Kaiser Chuang as Ding Hao Quan A respected doctor, he losses his confidence when one of his patients dies during surgery for the first time. Unable to cope with the trauma he turns to alcoholism. He meets Ya Ting when she saves him from committing suicide and later goes to Ya Ting's hometown to visit the grave site of his patient.
Her unique but tacky decorating style causes customers to not want to go to her inn. In order to try to get customers to her inn she tricks Qi Tian into taking her on as a client.
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Like Ya Ting, she was a unwed single mother. Not wanting to be tied down after college she does the unthinkable to her and Qi Tian's unborn child in order to advance in her career which leads Qi Tian to break up and hate her. She constantly uses her connections to give Qi Tian work and recognition in hopes that he will forgive her and reconcile with her.
She admires and likes Ding Hao Quan because he gave her confidence and encouragement while she was training to be a nurse. Due to an accident she does not have any memories of her current husband so he takes her previous husband's name in fear that she will leave him.
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Guo Yao Ren as Da Fei One of Zhang Yao Yang's triad followers who was with him when he thought he had killed a debtor they were trying to collect from. The Making of America's Favorite Movie, Julia Antopol Hirsch says that Kostal used seven children and five adults to record the children's voices; the only scene where the child-actors actually sing is when they sing "The Sound of Music" on their own after Maria leaves.
Carr contended that all of the children who are in the film sing on the track, but four other children were added to most of the songs to give them a fuller sound, they did not replace them as singers. They relented after he threatened instead to include actual newsreel footage of crowds cheering Hitler during a visit to the town.
The cast and crew flew back to Los Angeles and resumed filming at Fox studios on July 6 for all remaining scenes, including those in the villa dining room, ballroom, terrace, living room, and gazebo. This has always been a major element in the theatre, and it's my conviction that anyone who can't, on occasion, be sentimental about children, home or nature is sadly maladjusted. Scheuer of the Los Angeles Times described the film as "three hours of visual and vocal brilliance",  and Variety called it "a warmly-pulsating, captivating drama set to the most imaginative use of the lilting R-H tunes, magnificently mounted and with a brilliant cast".
The film was a popular success in every country it opened, except the two countries where the story originated, Austria and Germany. Robert Wise and the studio intervened, the original film was restored, and the branch manager was fired.
It was not a universal success, however, with the film only enjoying modest success in France and it was a flop in Germany. It also initially performed poorly in Italy, but a re-release after the Oscars brought better results.Heritage Singers / "Happiness Is The Lord"
The film was influenced by other musicals of its era, such as Mary Poppinsthe Rodgers and Hammerstein television production of Cinderellaand the stage production of Lerner and Loewe 's Camelot coincidentally all starring Julie Andrews. Screenwriter Ernest Lehman was inspired by the opening of West Side Story and saw the musical as "a fairy tale that's almost real".
As Maria walks down the aisle to be married, the pageantry is explicitly both Guinevere and Cinderella. Georg Ludwig von Trapp was indeed an anti-Nazi opposed to the Anschlussand lived with his family in a villa in a district of Salzburg called Aigen.
Their lifestyle depicted in the film, however, greatly exaggerated their standard of living. The house was also not their ancestral home, as depicted in the film. The family had previously lived in homes in Zell Am See and Klosterneuburg after being forced to abandon their actual ancestral home in Pola following World War I. Georg moved the family to the Salzburg villa shortly after the death of his first wife in Then things get goofy and overly complicated from here.
As a matter of fact, it would be an even safer bet to suggest that you avoid this piece all together until you've actually watched the film itself. Then, once satisfied or saddened, or shocked you can return to these five points we're about to make here and understand our growing distaste for this pointless, meandering movie.
They live in a solemn, silent suburb somewhere in Pennsylvania. They have two cute as a button daughters who are mysteriously abducted.
Even though they "typically" don't let the little ones out without their teenage siblings as chaperones, this time, it was okay to do so. Previously, we see a shady looking RV riding around the area, and the girls even play on said vehicle before being removed by said adolescents.
Naturally, everyone is devastated and Keller is especially ripe for some Fundamentalist payback on the named suspect, Dano's Alex Jones. But when he kidnaps the man, ties him up in an old apartment building the Dovers own, and starts smacking the crap out of him for information, two concepts emerge, neither of which are dealt with by the film. As a result, the lack of a legitimate purpose will turn our hero into a villain, and the movie never even remotely comes close to addressing this concept.
Instead, it's stuck in the moral question of taking the law into one's own hands Instead, the film tries to sell it right down the middle, and as a result, misses the mark. That's important information to know, since the rest of the film is going to try like Hell to destroy such a track record.
First, there is the Chief, who constantly acts like he couldn't be bothered to enforce the laws in his own town. He chides Loki about his targeting of Alex Jones, scoffs at any suggestion that the man should be kept in protective custody, and even refuses to assign an unmarked squad car to keep tabs on the guy.
After he goes missing the argument is he skipped townno one suspects the Dovers or the Birchs even though Keller confronts Jones in the police parking lot and swears he "confessed" to him and no one watches them either.
It's only after some absent minded comment by Mrs. Dover about her husband "helping with the search" does Loki become invested, and by then, the movie is mostly over. Problem 3 - The Investigation and Search Let's face it, after seeing how the police chief acts here, more or less telling Detective Loki to "forget" the prime suspect because there's no hard evidence against him, it's no wonder the concurrent searches of his RV and his home are so slipshod.
Well, the vehicle does get a thorough once over, and nothing of significance is found, but that's beside the point.