An emotional story about the reconciliation between a father and his son. Ah Lang, a youth from a small town, thinks that his father Ah Zheng never understood his occupation and life. In a fateful occurrence, he is able to experience his father's legendary and interesting life in the past.
Cast & Credits
First of all, the rally and off-road scenes were sensational, whoever has the opportunity to practice, is very good, adept for years of practice, I can assure you that everything is good, speed and contact with nature is invigorating.
"Duckweed" has a very intelligent dynamic, a different way of telling a story, has flaws, like at first seem more like a commercial ad than a movie.
Under Han Han's direction, makes "Duckweed" be gently poetic and generously melodramatic is backed by a first-rate cast. Deng Chao is excellent (as always) as Tailang, impassive in comedy and underrated in melodrama, and sharing unexpected chemistry with Eddie Peng. Peng may be a little bland in dramatic roles, but always shines with more joy. Movie more than recommended!