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陸弈靜 (Actress)

Overview
Works: 13 works in 15 publications in 1 language and 473 library holdings
Genres: Drama 
Roles: Actor
Classifications: PN1997.2, 791.4372
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Publications about 陸弈靜
Publications by 陸弈靜
Most widely held works by 陸弈靜
Ni na bian ji dian by Mingliang Cai( visu )
1 edition published in 2002 in Chinese and held by 315 libraries worldwide
Hsiao Kang is the only son in an uncommunicative family. When his father dies, he and his mother participate in Buddhist mourning rituals together, but otherwise cope with their profound grief separately and alone, crossing paths only out of routine obligation. Meanwhile, Hsiao Kang returns to his job as a watch vendor on the streets of Taipei. One afternoon, a young woman insists on buying a dual-time watch off his wrist for her trip to Paris, and he eventually relents, despite his superstitious belief that it will bring bad luck to them both. His feelings for the watch, tied to his anguish over his absent father and perhaps a hint of longing for its new owner, quietly compels him to reset every clock in the city to Paris time. Inevitably, despite the seemingly fated, intersecting lives of these three lonely and desperate people, the remedy for their emotional void seems indefinably out of reach. The film itself is poetic, generously compassionate, and achingly bittersweet
Tian bian yi duo yun The wayward cloud by Mingliang Cai( visu )
2 editions published between 2005 and 2008 in Chinese and held by 54 libraries worldwide
"Shiang-chyi runs into Hsiao-kang in a park, where he is sleeping. They start seeing each other and fall in love. In the only line of dialogue in the film she asks him: "Are you still selling watches?" He is not. He is now a porn actor. At the time there is a severe water shortage in the city. Shiang-chyi is filling empty plastic bottles with water from restrooms--Hsiao-kang is sneaking into the city's water reservoirs to bathe. The city encourages the drinking of watermelon juice in place of water."
Piao lang qing chun Drifting flowers ( visu )
2 editions published between 2009 and 2011 in Chinese and held by 54 libraries worldwide
Intertwines three stories about women coming to terms with gender identity and homosexuality
Qing shao nian Nezha by Mingliang Cai( visu )
in Chinese and held by 14 libraries worldwide
"It tells two stories of Taipei youth. One details alienated buxiban student Hsiao Kang (Lee Kang-sheng) and his troubled interactions with his family. The other shows two petty hoods, Ah Tze and Ah Bing, along with Ah Kuei, Tze's erstwhile girlfriend. An idle act of violence brings the two groups into collision, and an act of revenge at the end completes the circle. It is a story of troubled youth, dissatisfaction, and the alienating effect of urban life." -- Wikipedia (viewed July 30, 2010
Yi xi zhi di A place of one's own by Yian Lou( visu )
1 edition published in 2010 in Chinese and held by 13 libraries worldwide
The movie is built around three alike stories, presented separately. Sooner or later, the characters of these tales meet, for the best or the worst or sometimes without even knowing how close they are in their everyday struggles
He liu by Mingliang Cai( visu )
1 edition published in 2000 in Chinese and held by 10 libraries worldwide
The son from a disfunctional family has become very ill. The parents are indifferent with each other and have serious intimate issues. They tried various ways to cure their son's illness
He Liu The river by Caimingliang( visu )
1 edition published in 2005 in Chinese and held by 3 libraries worldwide
"Hsiao-Kang lives in a Taipei apartment with his parents ... they rarely speak to each other and lead distant, separate lives. His mother works as an elevator attendant, his retired father seeks illicit pleasures in the city's gay saunas, and Hsiao-Kang just drifts through life occasionally taking work as a movie extra. While playing a floating corpse in a film, Hsiao-Kang develops a terrible pain in his neck. An endless stream of healers are not able to cure him, and the pain begins to drive him mad. An audacious look at the erosion of the family, The River is also a probing, poetic story about hope amidst urban despair. Silent and alienated, Tsai's characters express themselves through their bodily woes, environmental malaise and repetitive gestures"--Container label
A place of one's own ( visu )
1 edition published in 2009 in Chinese and held by 3 libraries worldwide
Set in the bustling capital of Taiwan, a group of characters interact with each other and eventually must come to terms with finding their place in this crazy and competitive modern Asian city. Each character charts their own journey but eventually meet for good or bad without knowing how close they are in their individual struggles
Sheng ming hua yuan Garden of life ( visu )
1 edition published in 2012 in Chinese and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Zai kan wo yi yan by Zhaoren Xu( visu )
1 edition published in 2005 in Chinese and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Dui yu ye tai shang de zu qun,yi wang zong shi you zhu bei qing de wai yi,ta men zong shi bei qing---yin wei dao chu piao lang,ta men zong shi wei xiao,zhong zhong de bu shun sui zao yi cheng le xi guan;zhe ye shi ye tai shang de yan chu zhe,zong shi you zhu zhi re sheng ming li de yuan yin, jian dan de shuo jiu shi[ le guan]. sheng huo zai zen me piao dang,ren sheng ru he de kan ke,zhi yao yi ta chu dong xi xiang,dang chang jiu huan le yi ge jue se ;sheng dan jing mo chou,wu tai shang de jue se shi ke yi bei xuan ze de;ran er,xian shi de sheng huo,shi shang tian de an pai,zong shi mei tian zai shen ming mian qian gong jing yan chu,dan lian kong zong shi shang le yi ceng zhuang,zou chu hou tai xie jin qian hua,dang chang yan chu de jiu shi zi ji;chai mi you yan jiang cu cha,mei yi yang du de yao mian dui.zai chuan tong xi qu ri yi shi wei de jin tian,huo xu gai wei ta men zuo yi dian shi qing,rang ta men zhao dao sheng ming zhong ying dang you de ding wei,zhe ye shi dang chu zhi bi xie xia zhe ge ju ben de yuan yin
Ni na bian ji dian = What time is it there? by Mingliang Cai( visu )
in Chinese and held by 1 library worldwide
Di wu shi si jie kan cheng ying zhan ping shen tuan zui gao ji shu jiang,ru wei zheng shi jing sai xiang mu; di si shi liu jie ya tai ying zhan zui jia ying pian,zui jia dao yan,zui jia nu pei jiao; di si jie man gu ying zhan zui jia dao yan; di san shi qi jie zhi jia ge ying zhan ping shen tuan da jiang,zui jia dao yan,zui jia she ying jiang......fu qin si hou, xiao kang bian de pa hei, lao jue de fu qin de gui hun zai wu li zou dong. bai tian ta zai tai bei che zhan wai mian de tian qiao mai shou biao, xiang qi kan shang ta shou shang dai zhu de yi zhi jiu kuan shou biao, qiu ta ge ai
Shen hai Blue cha-cha by Wentang Zheng( visu )
1 edition published in 2006 in Chinese and held by 1 library worldwide
"Courage and belief gives Yuk, a woman whose romance doesn't go smoothly, the strength to get over the downcast moment and keep pursuing her Mr. Right. After being jailed for 7 years, Yuk leaves prison and finds only one friend, Sis An, is waiting for her. Kindhearted Sis An introduces her to two jobs from hotel to factory, where she follows her fate and successively falls in love with two men whom she can't live without. The more deeply she loves, the closer she is attached, the farther her men keeps away from her. Finally she realizes that not only her love, but also Sis An is already far apart. When love disperses like foam at the shore, a mystical man suddenly appears. He's sent by the God of Sea, with a smile that seems to be able to cure Yuk's grief-stricken heart"--From publisher
The River ( visu )
1 edition published in 2005 in Chinese and held by 1 library worldwide
Hsiao-Kang lives in a Taipei apartment with his parents ... they rarely speak to each other and lead distant, separate lives. His mother works as an elevator attendant, his retired father seeks illicit pleasures in the city's gay saunas, and Hsiao-Kang just drifts through life occasionally taking work as a movie extra. While playing a floating corpse in a film, Hsiao-Kang develops a terrible pain in his neck. An endless stream of healers are not able to cure him, and the pain begins to drive him mad. An audacious look at the erosion of the family, The River is also a probing, poetic story about hope amidst urban despair. Silent and alienated, Tsai's characters express themselves through their bodily woes, environmental malaise and repetitive gestures
 
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Alternative Names
Lu, Xiaolin (Actress)
Lu, Yi-Ching (Actress)
陸弈靜 (Actress)
Languages
Chinese (15)
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