Eve & the Fire Horse

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Based on 232 votes and 6 reviews


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User review rating: 0 July 28, 2006

One of the most imaginative and emotional movies I`ve ever seen! Truthful, daring, and unapologetically heartfelt. Julia Kwan has made a steller entertainment that stayed with me. Definetly one of (if not THE) best movie(s) I`ve seen this year (2006). This is the sort of smart, universal film that would have grabbed audiences had it been given a "GREEK WEDDING" release.

User review rating: 0 February 15, 2006

My sweetheart and I went out for dinner and a movie to celebrate Valentine`s Day / Lupercalia - a wonderful film that I`m going to be recommending everyone go see: Eve and the Fire Horse, about a Vancouver Chinese family in the early 1970s coping with grief and loss - a miscarriage and family death lead the mother to become more deeply Buddhist and the two daughters to become Catholics. It is funny, very touching (I cried a couple times) and has lovely unaffected performances - half in Cantonese with subtitles, half in English dialogue, respectful yet funny blending of cultures, religion and traditions. The actors are just excellent - not a

User review rating: 0 February 10, 2006

I wanted to see what the hype was about in the Georgia Straight.. Though I was rather lost in the ending, I must say it was a good movie to watch. Overall, it was a pleasant and touching story that shed accurate insight in Chinese-Canadian culture (I haven`t watched Joy Luck Club and Double Happiness). For once, it`s quite refreshing to see good chinese film presence instead of blockbuster movies that involve chinese actors dressed up as Japanese Geishas or Kung-fu kicking gangsters. I hope there is more to come. **Spoiler Alert** Upon deeper analysis, you can see the challenges of Chinese-Canadian children growing up in a Wes

User review rating: 0 February 02, 2006

I love it very much.

User review rating: 0 February 02, 2006

Best Movie in Years - Very Vancouver Very Canadian Yet Universal The Sundance Jury Award at Chinese New Year was Good Fortune

User review rating: 0 January 30, 2006

Really excellent! Very real and very moving! One of the best and most sensitive films I have seen in a long time.

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