Xu and Yan Xi are an enviable couple. Xu works hard in hopes of becoming a professional musician. And Yan Xi wants to be a dancer. When their dreams are within reach, they find obstacles putting their relationship to the test. Add Synopsis In Portuguese
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The plot of "Forever Young" could turn into a silly sitcom intended for young adults, drastic and strange script and little complete.
Anyone who watches it feels like it's an empty story, something is missing that
Focuses around Xu Nuo (Li Yifeng) and Yan Xi (Zhang Huiwen), boyfriend and girlfriend about to graduate from college and perform the "dream night". Xu Nuo is a talented singer in a band with his three roommates, hoping to be noticed by a label, while Yan Xi and his roommates are ballet dancers with the aim of continuing their studies in Paris. Yan Xi does not react well to learning that may be beyond the means of his friends, and not only do not have a chance to excuse himself before a horrible car accident, but he ends up in hospital with a broken leg after pushing himself too hard in answer. Seeing his broken heart, Xu Nuo comes up with a crazy idea ...
There are problems of execution, fade in fade out before cutting to another scene, the editing is also terrible, you can notice the rewind in certain scenes.
The main pair is actually quite strong together; There is not much chance to show Xu Nuo and Yan Xi as a genuinely happy couple, but Li Yifeng can certainly do "stay nearby, ready to provide support" with the best of them, and this is something that may seem ridiculous if it is not done right. He's kind of bland in other ways, but at least he's not a mannequin. It's a bit unfortunate that the film is so inclined towards it, as opposed to Zhang Huiwen; She establishes Yan Xi as energetic in terms of being both extroverted and fiercely committed to dancing, but then has little to do during the second half, but they appear from time to time, playing rather dejected, but not directing the story.
Overall "Forever Young" is a dumb idea, but not really bad. The obvious comedy is great though the audience knows what's coming. The feeling behind this is so simple, but the writer and director He Jiong sets things so that the public can see the ties between Xu Nuo, Yan Xi and his groups of friends although not individually paired, but together.