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23 Apr ’11

Top Asian Movies – April 2011

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No. 1. 3-D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy

Director: Christopher Sun Lap Key

Writer: Mark Wu

Starring: Hiro Hayama, Saori Hara, Vonnie Lui, Leni Lan

Release Date: 2011-4-14

Genre: Drama

Plot: Wei Yangshen is a conceited scholar from the Ming Dynasty. He believes that since life is short he should pursue the ultimate pleasure with the time allowed. Wei Yangshen meets Tie Yuxiang, the daughter of the Taoist priest, and falls in love at first sight. The couple soon marry, but do not find sexual bliss. Tie Yuxiang is inexperienced and Wei Yangshen has problems with longevity and the abnormally small nature of his private part.

Source: IMDB AsianMediaWiki

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2. High School Debut (aka Koukou Debut)

Haruna Nagashima devoted herself to softball while in middle school. Now that she is in high school, Haruna believes it’s time to find a boyfriend. Unfortunately for Haruna, she didn’t pay attention to trends and is now clueless on how to attract a boy. Through a fortuitous event, Haruna encounters popular upperclassman You Komiyama. Haruna asks You to teach her how to become attractive to boys. You agrees but with one catch: she can’t fall in love with him.

3. Suicide Forecast (aka Life is Beautiful/Soosanghan Gogaekdeul)

Bae Byung-Woo is a former professional baseball player and now a top insurance salesman for Jeil Life Insurance. He is even on the radar of a company that manages property for the top 1% in the upper class. But one day, a client of Byung-Woo commits suicide. Furthermore, he is investigated by the police for aiding and abetting his client’s suicide. Jeil Life Insurance starts to audit Byung-Woo’s past clients.



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2 Comments


  1. rachel

    sounds interesting, i want to watch the second one most. :D


  2. Rose

    Haven’t had a chance to see any of this movies, I was watching some old Chinese and Japanese movies during the weekend which were really good.



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