Parking Page #2

Synopsis: On Mother's Day in Taipei, Chen Mo makes a date for dinner with his wife, hoping to bring their estranged relationship back together. While buying a cake on his way home, a car unexpectedly double parks next to his car, preventing his exit. For the entire night, Chen Mo searches the floors of a nearby apartment building for the owner of the illegally parked car, and encounters a succession of strange events and eccentric characters: an old couple living with their precocious granddaughter who have lost their only son, a one-armed barbershop owner cooking fish head soup, a mainland Chinese prostitute trying to escape her pimp's cruel clutches, and a Hong Kong tailor embroiled in debt and captured by underground loan sharks. After many hardships, Chen Mo finally gets his car out of the parking space, and, with new friends riding beside him, advances toward a new horizon in life.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Mong-Hong Chung
  7 wins & 6 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.9
Year:
2008
112 min
86 Views


Best wishes

Keep it safe

Thank you

I still have some things to take care of

Take your time eating

I have to go now

Nini, be good and listen to your

grandpa and grandma

Ok

I'm going then

When are you coming back?

I'll be back in a while

Let's make it a pinky promise

Ok

Good girl

Take your time

See you soon

Do it harder

Like this?

Stop

Can I see you piss?

Widen your legs

A little more

Wider

Don't touch me

Should I give you eight thousand

or ten thousand?

Ten thousand

You know why I never f*** women

in the p*ssy?

Because it stinks there

Miss, you dropped your money

Fushun China November 2006

Are you Lee Wei?

Yes

You've worked in our factory

for 10 years

Do you have family?

My mother

Does she have work?

No

Do you have a boyfriend?

It's nothing really

Take your time

Lee Wei

You know the situation

in our factory now, don't you?

Production isn't good

There are going to be big layoffs

This is the severance pay the factory

is giving you

"The robbery who

kidnapped the boy was arrested"

You can leave now

Lee Wei

If this ever happens again

You gotta tell me at once

I'll take care of it on the spot

That customer may be a regular

But even regulars can't mess with you

Am I right?

Oh, alright

We're in the service business

What the customer wants to do

We let him do

Just endure it

What about my money?

What money?

Your mother already took the money,

didn't I tell you?

When am I going to pay off the debt?

Two, three months

Three months ago, you said I'd pay

it off in two or three months

Why does it take another two

or three months?

On top of that, you're making

my schedule tighter and tighter

Sister, get this straight

Right now what you spend,

use, eat, wear every day

Who the f*** you think is paying for it?

Who paid for that tattoo on your back?

You want to talk about money?

Take a look in the mirror

What you're like now

Compared to you a few months ago

in your boondock home in the Northeast

They're two completely different people

Whose money was it?

You still want to talk money with me?

Motherf***er

Don't said that to me

Alright, I won't

You hungry?

We'll eat something

and then I'll send you over

What are you doing?

Lee Wei

Lee Wei

Lee Wei...

F***, you try to run again

Are you f***ing with me?

Why are you hitting her?

Don't get in the way!

F***, what are you trying to do?

Lee Wei

What do you think you're doing?

She is a woman

This is my wife

F*** you

This is family business

What do you want to do?

You want to hit a woman?

Are you a man?

How does this look?

F*** you

Call the police

This is none of your business

F*** off

Let go

Let's go

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