Starry Starry Night

Synopsis: Don McLean performs his classic folk/rock repertoire in the beautiful Paramount Theatre in Austin, Texas. In a one-of-a-kind celebratory performance, he is backed by an orchestra and joined onstage by Nanci Griffith for two songs.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Tom Lin
Production: China Lion Films
  4 wins & 13 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
99 min


Hello, Grandpa?

Can I come stay with you

in the mountains?

When I was little

I lived in the mountains

with my grandparents

Grandpa used to say

Just look up at the starry sky

and the whole world will seem so vast

They're all modern French artists

Come any time

We have on-site commentators

No problem, just call me

I'll wait for you there

No, it's really progressive

Who buys old paintings these days?

Modern art goes up in value


Next time there's an auction, we'll go


Hello, Grandpa


Are you on the train?

You went home?

I'm home


Grandpa's wondering

what gift to make for you?


An elephant

A blue elephant

OK. I'll bring it when I come visit


Come soon

I really miss you

Mom, what are you doing?

Travel stuff

I'm leaving in two days

I'll be back before New Y ears


Haven't started?

Waiting for me?

Let's eat

What do you think?

It's silly

You're wearing a hat at the dinner table?


Dad made sweet and sour pork

your favorite


What's wrong?

My trip to Paris is cancelled

How come?

Come on, tell me what's going on

Can you just leave me alone?

Come back and finish dinner first

I need to be alone for a bit, please

Please get out of my room

Your room?

When did it become 'your' room?

When you put a bed in your study

What's that supposed to mean?

Let's not fight, OK?

It's not that serious

Yeah, it's never serious for you

it's always me...

Shall we finish the 'Starry Night' puzzle?

Mei, go back to your room

I'll be there in a bit

All of us?

Be a good girl

Go back to your room

Good girl

Merry Christmas

I don't know who you are

But I want to tell you

Merry Christmas


OK, everybody

Settle down

Come on, Back to your seats

We have a new student

Come on, come on in

Introduce yourself

My name is Jay

He's a bit shy

H is name is Jay

His last name is Chou

Jay Chou

He's joining our class

Let's all help him settle in

Let's give him a round of applause

You can sit there

Open up your books


What chapter are we on?

I don't have my textbook

You confiscated it last time...

Through interacting with others

We can better understand ourselves

Discover our strengths and weaknesses

And gain a sense of balance

If we find our strengths

we can use them

Build our self-confidence

And unlock our potential

You there!

We're in the middle of a lesson

Where do you think you're going?

The bathroom

You didn't think to ask?

May I go to the bathroom?

He's so cocky

Hurry back

Everyone else

Pay attention, let's continue


We're going for some crepes

Want to come?


Come on, let's go

I have to be home early

Next time, OK?

Next time

What are you doing?


Look what I bought you

Hang it up for me

No way! Naked women!

Shawn! What are you doing?

Let me see

You can look and I can't?

Check it what the new kid drew!

Go away!

Stop it!

You guys, look!

Look at the naked women!


Stop it guys!

Hey, Shawn

What are you doing?

Looking at naked women

Stop it!

Class rep. What happened?



What's that?

Take a look yourself

Whose is this?


Don't take someone Else's stuff!


I'm sorry

None of your business

Miss Chang


Jay's sketchbook

How should I put it?

It's not that the school doesn't value art

It's just that, some of Jay's sketches

Can lead to some wrong thoughts

For the other students...

You know schoolboys

They're very immature

They can't tell the difference

Between art and pornography

Just as long as you teachers can

Jay won't bring that sketchbook

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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