Cry Me a River

Genre: Crime, Mystery, Short

What? Are you losing your sight?

Three points.

Go on, Tang, get the ball.



"Down. "

Nobody could make that out!


"Down. "

- "It's all right, only 5.0."

- Really?

Ma Qiang.

Come on.

What is it?

Check your eyesight.

You really think I'm losing my sight?

What's that one?

"Up. "

- Bloody hell!

- What about this one?

"Right. "

"Right. " And this one?

"Down. "

You should wear glasses!

I said you were losing your sight!

I'm fine!

It's your talk that's the problem!

- Help yourselves to drinks.

- Why don't you fix this shabby floor?

I would if I had the money!

Lend me some!

Sure, I will.

I'll give you my card number.

Help yourselves to drinks.

How's Shenzhen these days?

House prices down yet?

"Still high, but they can't sell them. "


I should be going.

How did you come?

High-speed train.

Your driver didn't bring you?

It only takes two hours.

Two hours? From Nanjing to here?


Not four hours?

You still remember that!

I have a good memory.

I've taken some heavy losses.

- How about you?

- I bought some equity funds.

- Slow returns.

- Safe, though.

Professor Ma.

You're going to reimburse

their air-tickets?

Oh, right. This is our Mr. Wang.

Hand in your air-tickets,

you'll be reimbursed.

You don't have to do that.

We're here to celebrate

our teacher's birthday.

It's all arranged.

There are funds to cover it.

- Come on, air-tickets.

- You're welcome.

Well, if it's covered...

My bag. Just there.

- This is hers.

- Thanks a lot!

Don't mention it.

Hefei? Quite a way!

Thank you.

From Shenzhen.

And you, sir?

From Nanjing, not far.

He's rich, doesn't need

one hundred-odd RMB from you!


That's your seat.

Good, everyone's here.

Wang, take a seat.

Now that we're together again...

I want to introduce you all

to my friend Mr. Chen.

His company just listed.

He's sponsoring me.

And he's the one who

arranged this gathering.

- Thank you! Thank you!

- My pleasure, my pleasure.

Mr. Chen, they were

my students in the 1990s.

Back then, they wrote a lot of poetry.

But not anymore.

This is Tang Xiaonian.

This is Bai Yu.

This is Zhou Qi.

This is Ma Qiang.

Their poems were really good.

They put out a magazine

called This Generation:

I know all about it.

You are Mr. Tang of This Generation!

An honor to meet you!

I read your magazine.

I know the first issue was also the last.

But I still remember clearly...

the sentence you printed

on the back cover.

"The end of This Generation...

does not mean the fall of

our generation. "

I remember it so well.

- You really do.

- Yes.

I was in college in Wuhan back then.

A hot-blooded young man!

Later I went into business.

No more hot blood,

but I still have a good heart.

Today is ProfessorJi's birthday.

We've come together here today

to celebrate it.

So let's raise our glasses...

to wish ProfessorJi a happy birthday.

Happy birthday!

Happy Birthday, ProfessorJi!

- Bottoms up, okay?

- Okay!

This way.

The second floor is for offices.

She's the one I mentioned to you.


Our campus queen!



What's her name?

Liu Jiaqi.

- From where?

- Guangzhou.

You didn't have a crush on her?

Come on, are we playing or not?

Your girls all look like Zhou Qi.

Come on, enough gawping.

I don't know,

these kids born in the 1980s...

It's scary!

How can someone that

young look so old?

Are you talking about yourself?

My son came home from

school the other day.

You know what he said?

He said the monitor and

the PE leader in his class...

are gay!

Seven years old.

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Chris McIntosh

Chris McIntosh (born February 20, 1977) is a former American college and professional football player who was an offensive tackle in the National Football League (NFL) for two seasons during the early 2000s. McIntosh played college football for the University of Wisconsin–Madison, and earned consensus All-American honors. He was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in the first round of the 2000 NFL Draft, and played professionally for the Seahawks until his career was cut short by an injury. more…

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