Tsai Chen-Nan

Poster for the movie "Dust of Angels"

Dust of Angels

A-kuo and A-tou are teen-aged boys living in an industrial town in Taiwan. When they are not in school, they generally hang out with their buddy Hsiao Kao, a very stylish and charismatic younger gangster who enjoys their company and support. When one of Hsia Kao’s gangland patrons is gunned down, the trio set out to revenge the killing. As a result, the two teens are forced into hiding. One boy tells his dad he … Read more

Poster for the movie "Marry My Dead Body"

Marry My Dead Body

A traditional same sex marriage between a human and a ghost. One day a police officer finds a red wedding envelope, only to find out that the owner of the red envelope is in fact a ghost from the other side asking for the officers hand in marriage before reincarnation. What will happen when a human and a ghost form a special bond?

Poster for the movie "A Borrowed Life"

A Borrowed Life

Sega’s children, born into post-war Chinese rule, can’t relate to their father’s love for Japanese culture, having grown up under Japanese rule before WWII.

Poster for the movie "The Puppetmaster"

The Puppetmaster

In the first half of this century, young Li Tienlu joins a travelling puppet theatre and subsequently makes a career as one of Taiwan’s leading puppeteers.

Poster for the movie "Man in Love"

Man in Love

A-Cheng collects debts for a gangster and doesn’t skimp on violence, but he can also be merciful to those who deserve it. He has a crush on Hao-ting, the daughter of one of the debtors, but he only knows the underworld and so embarks on a clumsy and primitive courtship that includes reducing the girl’s debts in exchange for pity dates. But when Hao-ting catches a glimpse of the good in him, the clouds of … Read more

Poster for the movie "A City of Sadness"

A City of Sadness

Soon after Japan relinquishes control of Taiwan in 1945, the Lin brothers face hardships from the changing culture. Bar owner Wen-heung, the eldest brother, falls foul of local gangsters, Wen-sun disappears, and Wen-leung, scarred by his experiences in the war, ends up in an insane asylum. Deaf-mute photographer Wen-ching, the youngest brother, decides to make a stand and fight the Kuomintang government from China that is assuming power.