A “blue moon” refers to something that happens once in a lifetime or a second full moon in the same calendar month. Cuen-Shu and A-Gua, classmates who grew up together, both end up falling for Yi-Fang, a girl they met while playing softball. On a blue moon evening, the three protagonists...(Read more)
A “blue moon” refers to something that happens once in a lifetime or a second full moon in the same calendar month. Cuen-Shu and A-Gua, classmates who grew up together, both end up falling for Yi-Fang, a girl they met while playing softball. On a blue moon evening, the three protagonists head to the Blue Moon Cafe to untangle their love triangle. Facing a difficult choice and not knowing what she wants, how will Yi-Fang come to a decision?
Blue Moon is headlined by fresh-faced actress Tarcy SU, who delivers a vivid portrayal of a city-dwelling woman’s yearning for love. The script is split into five acts, each denoted by a different colour: red, orange, yellow, green and blue. Due to the film’s nonlinear narrative design, the five acts can be freely arranged in any order every time the film is screened. With a total of 120 possible combinations, this is a film experience that allows audiences to explore the uncertain and ever-changing nature of life.
DVD source：Taiwan Cinema Toolkit, Ministry of Culture, R.O.C.
|Actors：||Tarcy SU, Leon DAI|
|Royalty period：||Jul. 1, 2016 - Jun. 30, 2019|
This film is for non-profit screenings only. Regarding conditions for screening, please contact: Taiwan Film Institute
For commercial licensing, please contact: Archi LI, Blue Moon Film Production
1997 Tokyo International Film Festival, nominated for Grand Prix
1998 International Film Festival Rotterdam