• I have only one thing to say - scumbags only belong in one place - the trashbin.
  • I will be honest, and I haven't watched the trailer or the movie, so any views stated are from a personal perspective. However, first and foremost. Whether it is art, education or technology - it should never compromise the safety of a child. My children continuously challenge the boundaries of what is acceptable, but my role and responsibility is precisely that - to be the parent and to ensure that they grow up in a loving and safe environment. I do not agree with the parents' views and I am unable to understand it, nor can I accept or condone their decision. I would never, ever allow my child or any underaged children to act in any scene that involves sex. They are underage, and it is my responsibility to say 'no' and to make that decision whether they like it or not. They can smash as many tables or chairs they like - the answer is still no! This movie may address specific issues about Vietnamese culture, but the director did not have to use an underage actor and a child for that matter. To me, this is exploitation, and I am very saddened by this. To use a child for art sake is abhorrent. Honestly, we must protect our children, and it appears that nothing is safe or sacred anymore.
  • @thundergirl3 thanks so much for your kind words :) you are a wise and kind girl :)
  • @afan202 I agree with your comments. Let's be real, once you join the entertainment circle you're basically a commodity. The only value you bring is $$. Once you lose your value and profitability there's not much else you can do except to send you off to greener pasture to live off your days eating grass and air.
  • @applelim even in the 90s I found him repulsive, and I could find nothing appealing. He gives me the creepy, (salty and wet) uncle feeling (shudder)
  • @applelim I typically do not comment on other people's infidelity especially when they're not part of my life. However, I feel strongly about this incident. It's clear that someone's ego was stroked by a girl half his age. What a loser! I understand his wife has forgiven him but call me petty or small-minded but I don't keep used goods. I am all about forgiveness but in my own opinion, the most important thing in life is to treasure yourself, even if your other half doesn't, you can keep living. Ultimately, each marriage is different and that's a personal choice. As for the girl. Clearly spoilt - thinking and acting as though she is the centre of the world and expect everyone to revolve around her. She has overstepped herself this time and good luck with her career. In Asia, the worst thing is a woman branded as a homewrecker and to top it off - a fake and shameless woman.
  • @thundergirl3 Agree....they both appears familiar with each other and definitely not the first time!!! he is only sorry as he got found out! As for that woman... she is shameless and should disappear !
  • I'm not sure which part I'm more disgusted by that he's married and older and technically should know better or the #brazenhussy who does not treasure her better half by a mile. The whole interaction and body language reeks of familiarity and indicates that this is not the first time. Only this time they both got caught. How pathetic! He's crying because he got caught not that he's remorseful. Otherwise, he wouldn't have done it in the first place. As for the girl, butter wouldn't melt in her mouth that one. Clearly, she has used her looks and to some extent, her brain to get her to where she is. It is apparent that she was looking for a good time. I have no respect or sympathy for either party. I don't have to wish them ill, their behaviour and response speak for itself.
  • That is an unkind comment and uncalled for. Many Chinese are only child in the family so Ni Ni is like a sister to Angelababy. Every bride has a right to choose her maid of honour and I don't see any issues with it.
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