The Tag-Along

Synopsis: Based on true events and long-circulating urban legend in Taiwan. Wei is nowhere to be found one day before his grandma returns from her own strange missing incident. Wei's girlfriend desperately searches for his whereabouts and finds that it is the horrifying mystery of the little girl in red that has followed and haunted them all along.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Wei-Hao Cheng
  2 wins & 5 nominations.
93 min



(- a ghost that appears

as a monkey or a child.)

(Taking advantage of

one's sense of guilt,)

(it makes people

lose their minds...)

Lin Li-shui

(Missing Person)


Come back soon.

I'm waiting for you

to sing together.

Have you

got up, lazy boy?)

(Just got off work. Goodnight!)


Get up.

Get up!


Why didn't the alarm go off?


Grandma, why didn't

you wake me up?


Grandma, did you

turn my alarm off?

No, and I tried to wake you up.

It's alright. Come

have breakfast!

You didn't come home till

four in the morning.

You slept for only few hours.

One needs six to

eight hours' sleep.

I can't afford that now!

You work so hard every day.

You're bound to

ruin your health!

Always come home so late.

You hadn't come

home when I got up!

Hey, sit down and

eat properly, okay?

What's her name? She's

coming for dinner tonight?

Yi-chun. Shen Yi-chun.

It's better to eat at home.

Food in the restaurants

isn't clean.

Home-made food is

clean and safe.

Right, listen to me.

You keep quiet when she is here.

Let me question her tonight.

Why don't you get married

after four, five years?


We're not good enough for her?

If you're going to talk nonsense,

I won't bring her home.

You're always like this

when I bring it up.

Hey, you!

Your lunch box!


Silly boy.


Ho Wen Shu-fang.


Ho Wen Shu-fang.

Hello. Good morning everyone!

I'm Yi-chun, the

stand-in DJ for today.

It's time for Love

Moring Roll-call!

What exactly is the end of love?


Some say marriage is

the tomb of love.

I wonder how you feel about it.

Let's take some calls.


Yeah, it's really the tomb.

I have to look after not only

my kids but parents-in-law.

I'm working like a slave.

And have to serve my

difficult mother-in-law.

Hui-chun, have you discussed

it with your husband?


Whenever we talk about his mom,

he gets angry.

His mom is always right.

But he has only one mother.

What can I do?

Okay, thanks for your call.

My boyfriend's grandma

nags all the time.

But actually, I envy you

as you've family with you.

Not everyone is as

lucky as you...


Let me play you a

nice song first.

We'll take more calls

after the break.

Good morning, everyone!

Good morning, sir!

Okay, let's shout the slogan.

Sincerity is everything!

Sincerity is everything!

Chu-shan Estate Agency!

Chu-shan Estate Agency!

Professional! Reliable!

Professional! Reliable!



There is room for negotiation.


Hi, Mr. Ho. Here we are!

Mr. and Mrs. Lin.

Let's go up.

105 square meters.

At the end of the

block, it's light.

It feels airy with

all these windows.

If we are done here,

let's go back to the office

and go over the details.


Please wait for me outside.

Let me turn the light off.




(Call Grandma)

Let's ask him.

Mr. Ho, shall we go?

Yes, sorry for keep you waiting.

Let's go back to the office.

It's 9.45 in the evening.

I'm Yi-chun.

Thank you for listening

to our program.

Wish you a very good evening.


Yi-chun, I'm sorry.

This is my daughter.


Don't run around in the

studio, understand?

Say hello to Auntie Yi-chun.

Auntie Yi-chun

Bei-bei, how old are you?

I'm three years old.


Three is like this.

Don't run around like this.

You'll disturb their work.

How come you have time

to see me tonight?

Haven't seen you for ages!

Thought you might have

eloped with someone!

Oh, well. Good to

know you're worried.


Grandma has cooked a lot.

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