The film is about a young man and a group friends connecting at university. The protagonist has fallen in love with one of his friends, a man, but the feelings don't seem to be reciprocated; a love triangle, and even a four-way love ensues. There are truly some genuine moments that express the deepest realities of LGBTQ people in this film, one example a scene on the roof unveiling the truth (I almost cried it was so real). This is a terrible story, but a pretty good film none-the-less. The ending of this story, alas, is not a happy one. Essentially, our main character succumbs to the inner battle: man vs self, and hides in the depths of the quintessential "closet." We are left with an unsatisfying end, and possibly a sad truth that LBGTQ's in China or in the far East, and around the world face.
This was one of the best things I've seen in 2016. The story is sad, but also amazing. I recommend it to anyone. This told a story, developed quite well, and was done so beautifully. It felt very believable in some ways. I would love to say more, but I'm afraid I'd give away too much. Go watch it! If anyone knows if an hard copy can be purchased let me know. I'd love to support more works like these.
I was pretty confused with this film. There were some bits where it went paranormal here and there, but it all made sense at the end. I am not sure if many would find this satisfying, but it is fun to watch, none the less
This was a better-sweet story. It was a bit unsettling how the poignancy was so pushed. To anyone uncertain of watching this film, I wouldn't shy away. There is a tender love in this story, but you must prepare your emotions for a ride.