Eternal Summer

Three high school students – two boys and a girl – experience the perks and pitfalls of love in a sensitive tale of friendship and yearning.

rBEIC0-9-wEIAAAAAAGODnwlx9wAAAI6QPVX0MAAY4m067As a child living in a seaside town in southern Taiwan, studious Jonathan was asked by his concerned teacher to look after rebellious classmate Shane. Ten years later, what was once a good-natured obligation has since blossomed into a warm friendship, with Jonathan still on the academic track and Shane now finding his calling on the basketball court.

Taiwan-born schoolgirl Carrie arrives from Hong Kong to join her mother after a disagreement with her father and transfers to their school. She befriends Jonathan and convinces him to join her on a secret day-trip to Taipei and in the evening she seduces him in a sleazy hotel but Jonathan backs down clearly distraught. Eventually, her observations of his and Shane’s friendship leads her to believe that he is gay and in love with his best friend.

Carrie then meets Shane through Jonathan after a school day where Shane develops an interest in Carrie.. Shane does his best to keep his feelings for Carrie secret in order to protect the feelings of his lifelong friend. Despite all their best efforts to keep their personal feelings secret, the truth eventually emerges, forcing all three to view their relationships in an entirely new light.


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Original Title: Sheng xia guang nian

Tagline:  No One Wishes To Be Lonely, Neither Do We.

Language:  Mandarin

Country:  Taiwan

Category:  Romance

Director:  Leste Chen

Stars:  Bryant Chang, Hsiao-chuan Chang, Kate Yeung

Run time:  105 min (uncut)

Release:  2006

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