Romance

List of Romance movies from Hong Kong, China and Taiwan: posters, images, info, trailers, actors, directors, and more.

Poster for the movie "The Toll of the Sea"

The Toll of the Sea

While visiting China, an American man falls in love with a young Chinese woman, but he then has second thoughts about the relationship.

Poster for the movie "Dust in the Wind"

Dust in the Wind

A-yuan and A-yun are both from the small mining town of Jio-fen. They move to Taipei, where A-yuan is an apprentice by day and goes to night school, and A-yun works as a helper at a tailors. Everyone thinks they are meant for each other, and so do they. They fail to see time and fate are beyond their control.

Poster for the movie "Revival"

Revival

“The Long Corridor,” a best-selling suspense novel by Keigo Higashino, serves as the basis for this film. It revolves around a cloister pavilion mansion that harbors countless secrets, where a woman’s vengeful desires are ignited by love. The death of a wealthy businessman prompts his relatives to gather in the mansion, waiting to claim their share of the billions in inheritance. Each person carries their own hidden agenda. Just when the situation becomes critical, lawyer … Read more

Poster for the movie "Nobody But You"

Nobody But You

Has the one person you least want to lose remained by your side? Qin Huasheng, disheartened in both love and his unsuccessful attempt to drift in the north, returned to his hometown of Chengdu. There, he unexpectedly reunited with Lin Wen, who had also suffered emotional wounds. Through their shared experiences, the two gradually grew closer.

Poster for the movie "Someday or One Day"

Someday or One Day

A film version of the Taiwanese hit drama “Someday or One Day,” starring the original cast.

Poster for the movie "Eternal Summer"

Eternal Summer

Three high school students experience the perks and pitfalls of love in director Leste Chen’s sensitive tale of friendship and yearning.

Poster for the movie "The Peach Girl"

The Peach Girl

An upper-class son of urbane landowners falls in love with a peasant girl. When a pregnancy results, the couple are kept apart by strict societal morays.

Poster for the movie "March of Happiness"

March of Happiness

1945-1947, Taiwan. A teenage couple were deeply in love despite objections from the girl’s family. Their tragic story is played out in travelling troupes, tea-houses and western-style cafes, with the backdrop of Japanese occupation and the 28 February Incident.

Poster for the movie "The Peeping"

The Peeping

Private detective Calvin is hired to tape the sex life of a female politician Kwai Fung Ming, but falls for her instead. He decides to help her counter-attack Law Sau Nam, who is the mastermind to discredit Kwai. Unexpectedly, Law is only one of the tools in this war.

Poster for the movie "The Fruit is Ripe 3"

The Fruit is Ripe 3

Peach is an angel sent to re-unite Urchin and Wei. Urchin can’t bring himself to tell Wei he loves her, but things start to develop between him and Peach

Poster for the movie "A Sudden Love"

A Sudden Love

A young woman leaves the pressures of city life for a relaxing vacation on a remote island in the Philippines. Her vacation soon turns into a wonderful romantic escapade that will never be forgotten

Poster for the movie "Crazy Love"

Crazy Love

What was supposed to be summer school in England becomes an adventurous exotic and romantic journey for a beautiful teenage girl. [from the Tai Seng Catalog] A nice story of a free-spirited (or, depending on your viewpoint, prick-teasing) young woman on a short journey of discovery.

Poster for the movie "Perfect Exchange"

Perfect Exchange

Mindy Chan (Andy Lau) is a top-notched gambler/swindler. His girlfriend Lily (Christy Chung) and friend Ah Chi are card dealers at the casino where bad guy Lau and his mistress Mona (Anita Lee) frequent. Chor Hung (Tony Leung Ka-Fai), a play on the Chinese name for famed retired actress Cherie Chung, is a senior security guard at the local prison. During a card game, Ah Chi and Mindy swindle millions of dollars from Lau, but … Read more

Poster for the movie "My Wife's Lover"

My Wife’s Lover

In this erotic drama from Hong Kong, a young couple’s marriage is beginning to grow stale as they become disenchanted with one another. Both husband and wife find themselves attracted to other people, and he begins having an affair with a beautiful and sexually adventurous photographer. What he doesn’t know at first is that his wife is also exploring infidelity — with the same woman.

Poster for the movie "Basic Impulse"

Basic Impulse

Kitty flopped in participation in the Hong Kong beauty contest and became a laughing stock among her colleagues. They used to make fun of her throughout the day. However, her luck changes. She came to know the prince of her dream…

Poster for the movie "Sweet Surrender"

Sweet Surrender

Shirley has rebellious nature, she realized she was no longer able to tolerate her parents and she reckoned it was about time for her to explore the outside world. After she sneaked away from home she went to find her brother-in-law. Frankie, for she believed that he might be able to help her financially. While Shirley had just settled at Frankie’s place, suddenly her parents came out from nowhere and tried to take her home … Read more

Poster for the movie "The Romance of the Vampires"

The Romance of the Vampires

Love & passion is the name of the game in this romantic vampire thriller. Instead of “I want your blood…”, the heart-broken vampire in this story punishes himself by refusing to suck the blood out of his victims.

Poster for the movie "Stay With Me"

Stay With Me

The story revolves around Zhao Yiyi (Ren Min) and Xu Jiashu (Xin Yunlai). After the college entrance exams, Zhao Yiyi has been secretly in love with Xu Jiashu. She is finally able to confess her love, but they start a long-distance relationship by accident. Long distance relationship tests their love for each other.

Poster for the movie "M. Butterfly"

M. Butterfly

In 1960s China, French diplomat Rene Gallimard falls in love with an opera singer, Song Liling – but Song is not at all who Gallimard thinks.

Poster for the movie "The First Girl I Loved"

The First Girl I Loved

The co-directorial debut of advertising director Ng Wing-shan and actor Yeung Chiu-hoi tells an affecting tale of female friendship and unlikely first loves. Nam and Yuet have been best friends since their school days. On the night before Yuet’s wedding, Nam recalls their time together in school, when they shared a relationship that was more than friendship, but also perhaps not quite love. This lovingly nostalgic and bittersweet film offers a unique feminine twist on … Read more

Poster for the movie "Twelve Days"

Twelve Days

Like her directorial debut Twelve Nights, Twelve Days depicts 12 scenes of a tumultuous marriage, from its blissful beginning through its bitter collapse. On day one, Jeannie and Simon seem to have the makings of a perfect marriage, but the following 11 vignettes reveal the various conflicts, both big and small, that slowly eat away at their bond. Love may build a marriage, but Twelve Days shows that reality can just as easily shatter it.

Poster for the movie "Far Far Away"

Far Far Away

Indie writer-director Amos Why (Dot 2 Dot, Napping Kid) literally traveled to the far-flung corners of Hong Kong for this sweet coming-of-age romantic comedy. After years as a prominent sidekick, Kaki Shum finally gets his first crack at playing the lead. A computer- savvy Casanova to boot, with his turn as a 28-year-old I.T. geek who suddenly finds himself the object of affection for five attractive women within the same year. The quintet share virtually … Read more

Poster for the movie "Do You Love Me as I Love You"

Do You Love Me as I Love You

Tien Xiao-Xiang is a fan of author Si-Yi and Tarot cards. But deep down, she has another love, childhood sweetheart Li Zhu-Hao. Just when she sees the perfect opportunity to reveal her love to him from fortunetelling, Li Zhu-Hao confesses his feelings to her best friend Song Yi-Jing! But Song Yi-Jing has a condition for Li Zhu-Hao, that is to help three couples to date. They are: aloof and misandric art professor Stone and lovesick … Read more

Poster for the movie "The Forbidden Legend: Sex & Chopsticks"

The Forbidden Legend: Sex & Chopsticks

Based on the classic Chinese novel “Jin Ping Mei,” written during the Ming Dynasty. The novel itself is the first full length Chinese fictional work to depict sexuality in explicit manner. The movie (as well as novel) takes place during 1111-1127 and centers around Ximen Quing, a corrupt social climber and lustful merchant who is wealthy enough to marry a consort of wives and concubines.

Poster for the movie "Revenge for Love"

Revenge for Love

A common youngster receives monetary recompense from an elderly guy who recovers from a vegetative state while under the boy’s care. He chooses to put the money into devising a strategy to win the girl he adores.

Poster for the movie "The Lady Iron Chef"

The Lady Iron Chef

When the heir to a lucrative restaurant empire falls for a simple girl who can only cook instant noodles, their romance creates a sizable rift for the mother who only wants her son to marry an experienced chef in director Billy Chung’s freewheeling culinary comedy

Poster for the movie "An Autumn's Tale"

An Autumn’s Tale

A story about a New York Chinatown cab driver who falls for college student. The story of a naive young woman from Hong Kong who travels to New York to study is filmed in New York. In the big metropolis, her streetwise cabbie cousin looks after her.

Poster for the movie "Center Stage"

Center Stage

Based on the tragic true story of China’s first prima donna of the silver screen, Ruan Lingyu, chronicling her rise to fame as a movie actress in Shanghai during the 1930s. *** International superstar Maggie Cheung (In the Mood for Love) embodies tragic screen siren Ruan Lingyu, known as the “Greta Garbo of China,” in this unconventional biopic by Hong Kong New Wave master Stanley Kwan (Rouge). Praised for her moving and emotive onscreen presence, … Read more

Poster for the movie "Love Unto Wastes"

Love Unto Wastes

Four young people spend their time living the wild life – until one of them is brutally murdered in a burglary. The survivors come under the scrutiny of an eccentric cop, and their underlying fears and regrets slowly but surely emerge.

Poster for the movie "Timeless Romance"

Timeless Romance

Lau (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) is a policeman who meets his true love (Korean actress Chiu Ngan Suk) in the emergency room of a hospital. He’s being treated for severe wounds received in the line of duty, and she’s being treated for an attempted suicide! But she dies, and Lau is unwilling to let her go. He pursues her case, leading to encounters with a variety of quirky individuals (including Tats Lau and Theresa Lee), … Read more

Poster for the movie "Treasure Hunt"

Treasure Hunt

A C.I.A. agent is assigned to go to Beijing to look for a hidden “treasure,” which turns out to be a woman who has supernatural powers, and is the National Treasure of China.

Poster for the movie "Love and the City"

Love and the City

A young mobster (Leon Lai) falls in love with the young head gang’s girlfriend (Wu Chien Lien). *** Hong Kong’s teen idol Leon Lai plays a misunderstood juvenile delinquent accused of a crime he did not commit.

Poster for the movie "The Top Bet"

The Top Bet

Anita Mui plays the sister of the Saint of Gamblers, and also possesses supernatural gambling abilities. However, she chooses not to use her powers. She decides to come to Hong Kong to retrieve her brother and bring him back to China. There she meets his assistant, Ng, who is without the Saint of Gamblers, as he has headed off on a cruise. Ng asks Mui to compete in the next tournament, but she turns him … Read more

Poster for the movie "92 Legendary La Rose Noire"

92 Legendary La Rose Noire

A poet named Butterfly and her friend Kuen visit a stranger’s mansion to return some possessions that were unintentionally taken. At the house, they stumbled upon an illegal weapons trade that ultimately went bad. To evade the police from interrogations, the two innocent witnesses wiped away their fingerprints and left a note that stated that the crimes were committed by “The Black Rose,” who is known to be a fictional hero in a 1965 movie. … Read more

Poster for the movie "He's a Woman, She's a Man"

He’s a Woman, She’s a Man

Wing is a devoted fan of popular singer Rose who is involved in a topsy-turvy relationship with her charismatic producer Sam. Willing to go to any length to meet Rose, the willowy Wing disguises herself as a man, and with a twist of fate is chosen to be the next budding star for the record company.

Poster for the movie "Tom, Dick and Hairy"

Tom, Dick and Hairy

Tom Chan, Dick Ching and his older cousin Hairy Mo live in the same tenement building but each of their love life is different.

Poster for the movie "A Fighter's Blues"

A Fighter’s Blues

After a 13-year imprisonment in Hong Kong, a kickboxer challenges the current champion in order to restore his honor.

Poster for the movie "Moonlight Express"

Moonlight Express

On the eve of her Japanese wedding, Hitomi (Takako Tokiwa) loses her fiance, Tatsuya, to a car accident. She travels to Hong Kong seeking solace and meets undercover cop Karbo — a dead ringer for Tatsuya. The duo is forced to take it on the lam when a corrupt colleague frames Karbo, and Hitomi soon finds herself torn between her love for Tatsuya and her blossoming feelings for her fellow fugitive.