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Candy Rain Traditional 花吃了那女孩 Simplified 花吃了那女孩 Directed by Chen Hung-I Produced by Wei Ying-chuan Chen Hung-i Zhang Mei-ling Written by Lin Yan-ru Chen Hung-i Lin A.D. Starring Karena Lam Cyndi Wang Josephine Hsu Lu Chia-Hsin Grace Chen Belle Hsin Sandrine Pinna Waa Wei Niki Wu Kao I-Ling Flora Sun Music by Chen Chien-Ci Cinematography Fisher Yu Editing by Chen Hung-i Liu Chun-Hsiu Studio Red Society Films Distributed by Three Dots Entertainment Release date(s) 12 September 2008 (Taiwan) Running time 106 minutes Country Taiwan Language Mandarin Candy Rain (Chinese: 愛情糖果雨; pinyin: àiqíng tángguǒ yǔ), also known as Huā Chīle Nā Nǚhái (花吃了那女孩), is a 2008 Taiwanese film directed by Chen Hung-I (陳宏一). Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Reception 4 References 5 External links Plot Candy Rain is a romantic drama which combines four intimate, lyrical tales exploring the range of women loving women in contemporary Taiwan. In the first episode, a young girl escapes a broken love for the uncertainties of friendship (and more) in Taipei. In the second, another girl, seeking her ideal, finds herself involved with a wealthy woman instead. Yet another story follows a heroine trying to find a balance between marriage and separation from her true love. The final story takes us into a dynamic and difficult foursome anchored by singer-actress Karena Lam. A rich, bittersweet spectrum of love and loss, based on true stories. Cast Karena Lam (林嘉欣) ... Ricky Cyndi Wang (王心凌) ... Ricky's girlfriend Josephine Hsu (許安安) ... Ricky's ex-girlfriend Chia-Hsin Lu (路嘉欣) ... Ricky's ex-girlfriend Grace Chen (陳泱瑾) ... Pon Belle Hsin (辛佳穎) ... Jessie Sandrine Pinna (張榕容) ... U Waa Wei (魏如萱) ... Lin Niki Wu (吳立琪) ... Spancer Kao I-Ling (高伊玲) ... Summer Flora Sun (孫正華) Reception Critical response to the film has been mixed. Kozo of the Love HK Film website called Candy Rain "a light, lesbian-themed art film that's uneven and obvious in execution,"[1] but Russell Edwards of Variety gave the film mild praise for its "charming" performances and "gracefully shot" cinematography.[2] References ^ Kozo. Candy Rain review at Love HK Film. Retrieved 20 February 2009. ^ Edwards, Russell. Candy Rain (Taiwan) at, published 4 April 2008. Retrieved 20 February 2009. External links Candy Rain (Hua chi liao na nu hai) at the Internet Movie Database Candy Rain at Allrovi This article about a Taiwanese film is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e