Ghosted

Still grieving and off balance due to the death of her love, a German lesbian artist discovers she has attracted a mysterious, but sexy Taiwanese journalist.

3639548,dldNaaaZiCuJoPYpb_nRbdvvujymjWH0DnDVKQwJysWa5swhodfJmjz+KZsLd2DuzIzF7nIE0m06C6QYJE3xyg==A mysterious love story between Hamburg and Taipeh. The unsolved murder of her young Taiwanese lover Ai-ling leaves the Hamburg artist Sophie Schmitt completely disoriented. She dedicates a video-installation to her and shows it in Taipei. During the opening she is approached by a mysterious journalist. Sophie is fascinated at first glance by Mei-li, the young journalist. Mei-li takes her to visit the famous Taipei night markets and tries to seduce the artist. Sophie, still mourning her lost lover, rejects Mei-li and returns immediately to Hamburg.

Shortly afterwards Mei-li shows up on her doorstep, unannounced. Sophie takes her in and finally falls for her. But soon she realizes that her new lover is secretly investigating Ai-ling’s death. Strange happenings occur, sudden flashes of recollection come and go, and then Sophie finds out that there is no Mei-Li working for a Taiwanese newspaper and that no one by that name ever entered Germany. Who is the mysterious Taiwanese woman?

(Source: imdb.com; youtube synopsis)

You may watch the official trailer here:

Original Title:  Ghosted

Tagline:  Three Women. Two Cultures. One Love.

Language:  English, German, Mandarin

Country:  Germany, Taiwan

Category:  Mystery

Director: Monika Treut

Stars: Inga Busch, Huan-Ru Ke, Ting Ting Hu

Run time:  89 min

Release:  2009

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