Run for Love is a Chinese romance anthology film featuring five love stories respectively in Japan, United States, Norway, Turkey and Saipan.
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After a comet releases a mysterious virus that begins to kill all of the women in the world, a young couple’s relationship is severely tested. They hide out (from both the illness and the savages who hunt the remaining women) in their over-sterilized apartment. Ultimately the duo escapes their self-imposed quarantine to head to the wilderness.
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“Onion” Upgrading warm male school bully (Wang Chuanjun ornaments), “Akio” promotion domineering senior sister apprentice (Dong Weijia ornaments), you might guess at the beginning, but you’ll never guess the outcome.
Unfulfilled love, love hard to follow. Even a hug can not give, but I was in this world that one loves you; even if the fate of certain death to let us apart, I have to find a way back to your side to protect you.
1960s Turkey countryside. A newly assigned teacher finds out that the solitary village is missing a school. He gets fond of the village people and especially a disabled man. The teacher helps the village to build a new school and educate the children and the disabled man.
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When half-breed Indian Yaqui Joe robs an Arizona bank, he is pursued by dogged lawman Lyedecker. Fleeing to Mexico, Joe is imprisoned by General Verdugo, who is waging a war against the Yaqui Indians. When Lyedecker attempts to intervene, he is thrown into prison as well. Working together, the two escape and take refuge in the hills, where Lyedecker meets beautiful Yaqui freedom fighter Sarita and begins to question his allegiances.
An embittered husband, paralyzed and in a wheelchair, buttonholes a complete stranger and begins to tell him the story of his marriage. The stranger would like to escape, but cannot. For one thing he grows fascinated by the story. For another he is mesmerized by the man’s wife, who has perfected that trick of looking a man boldly in the eye until, by looking away, he concedes sexual supremacy.
Hiroshi, a 30 year-old businessman, has traveled back in time 20 years. He encounters Kazumi, a young woman who was gravely ill. Hiroshi regarded this as an opportunity to help the young woman from his past, the memory of whom he had always cherished.
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