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CAPE NO. 7

Film Fact

“Cape No. 7” is about the unwavering pursuits for music, dreams and love and provides a lavish presentation of South Taiwan’s breathtaking scenery through its top-notch cinematography.

Director Wei, a former assistant director under the legendary Edward Yang, has exquisitely portrays a hidden love from the 1940’s Japanese-occupied Taiwan. Unable to disclose his affection for a Taiwanese lady prior to returning to Japan, a Japanese teacher reveals his love in seven unforgettably passionate letters. Although these letters weren’t mailed until some 70 years later, they ignite a series of events and become a catalyst of another inter-cultural love affair.
“Cape No. 7” received strong word-of-mouth during its initial release in Taiwan resulting in local box-office surpassing not only Ang Lee’s “Lust: Caution” and “Crouching Tiger and Hidden Dragon” but also such international blockbusters as “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” and “The Lost World: Jurassic Park.”  “Cape No. 7” is now the highest-grossing film ever produced in Taiwan and is on its way to becoming the highest-grossing film ever in Taiwanese box-office history.

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 About the Cast

Aga, the depressed lead vocal of a band (Van Fan)
Occupation: a depressed lead vocal of a band in Taipei who is back to Hengchuen to
be a substitutive postman
Mission: the lead vocal of the new band who has to write two songs in three days, and
furthermore, has to send the love letters from Japan to Cape No.7!

About Van Fan
Van released his first album in 2002, and became well-known for singing the theme song “I Believe” of the Korean film My Sassy Girl. Two years ago, he started to perform on stage and TV dramas. Cape No.7 is his feature film debut.

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Director’s Comments

Rainbow Spirit

I love reading history because history reenacts itself again and again. When a period ends, people are always quick to clean that period and destroy everything of it, ready to start over. Actually, we should accept the new era with an open mind, without abandoning the past or being afraid of everything new, because the past would compromise with the new era perfectly, not necessarily opposed. That’s why I long for a new spirit of tolerance.

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