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(258) 5.0 106 min 2016

Niu Yue Niu Yue is a movie starring Ethan Juan, Juan Du, and Kiu Wai Miu. Romance is in store when a handsome concierge, Lu, falls for A-Juan, a beautiful regular at a luxury hotel. When Lu gets a life-changing opportunity to move...

Starring
Ethan Juan, Cecilia Yip, Juan Du, Kiu Wai Miu
Genres
Drama
Director
Dong Luo

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Dong Luo
Writer Nei Lu, Zhichao Ha, Nei Lu, Jimmy Ngai
Stars Ethan Juan, Cecilia Yip, Juan Du, Kiu Wai Miu
Country China
Also Known As New York New York, 纽约纽约, New York, New York, 紐約紐約
Runtime 1H 46M
Description Romance is in store when a handsome concierge, Lu, falls for A-Juan, a beautiful regular at a luxury hotel. When Lu gets a life-changing opportunity to move to Manhattan, he finds himself torn between future dreams and A-Juan's love.

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Saturday, 13 Jun 2020 20:31

I read the previous comments and so many of them are pretty good. So I will add some myself. It is a pity that the government's attitude is always one of blind intolerance. When so many people have been suffering for decades from the human rights violations in the Philippines, I find it a very sad thing that the government here still has the audacity to speak against them and oppose any kind of effort that could restore the human rights of Filipinos. The way the government treats the country's natural resources like gold, silver and oil and even the people's health, is so very contemptible. I saw on TV the movie that in the last 20 years, there were nearly 6,000 people who were killed by various human rights abuses. Some of them were just children and people. I was so disgusted by this, and I don't understand how a government can still tolerate such horrendous things, especially when it does it as an excuse to suppress other people's rights. How can a government so arrogant and bigoted as the Philippines continue to allow people's civil rights to be violated like this? How can a government still permit so many human rights violations? I could go on and on about the human rights violations, but what I want to point out is how the government's attitude to human rights violations has changed so much. It is a very sad thing that the government has never apologized for the human rights violations that it has been doing for so many years. So many people's lives were ruined by the governments' gross indifference to human rights violations. I think that's the biggest problem. I am so thankful that I live in a country where I can live without being insulted by the government. I am thankful to the Philippines that it allowed me to enjoy my freedom as a human being.


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