Tagged: amy recommends

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Chinese Odyssey 2002

Is it possible to write a nonsensical story with a purpose? Jeffrey Lau’s early millennium period comedy -sometimes wuxia sometimes musical- of ‘imprisoned’ Imperial siblings that meet their destined lovers in the outcasts of a tiny village during the Ming dynasty seems to prove it.

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Case of Hana & Alice, The

Fresh of her mother’s divorce, Arisugawa Tetsuko hears about the mysterious murder of a student, and meets the peculiar shut-in girl named Hana with whom she’ll form a unique friendship of misheard words and quirky plans gone wrong.

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Second Mother (Brazilian Film), The

The stress-free existence of a live-in housekeeper at an upscale Sao Paulo family home, who hasn’t seen her daughter in ten years, gets thrown into chaos when her kid tells her she’s coming to the city.

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Twinsters (2015)

What are the chances? You log into Facebook one day to find a message from someone who was born the same day and same city as you, they were also adopted, and they look just like you.

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Dil Dhadakne Do

The simmering differences between the Mehras and their children come to the fore when they decide to take a cruise to celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary.

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Orange Is the New Black – Season 3

The scope and view of Litchfield feels a lot bigger to watch in terms of having to take care of an already massive character roster and the world becoming more exapnsive in Orange Is the New Black’s third season.

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Let’s Eat – Season 1

The only thing a 34-year-old independent divorcée cannot do by herself is to eat out, despite her habit of eating her stress out. That is until she begrudgingly befriends her floor neighbors, and embarks on a food journey that will break some hearts, but most of all bring friendship, joy and savory dishes to your soul.