DVD RC3 (Codefree DVD-player required), NTSC
Director: Xue Xiao Lu
Producer: Bill Kong, Mathew Tang, Lu Hongshi
Cast: Tang Wei, Wu Xiu Bo, Elaine Jin, Graeme Duffy, Mai Hong Mei, Liu Yi Wei
Running time: 122 min
Released: 2013 [China]
Audio: Cantonese, Mandarin
Subtitles (removable): English, Traditional Chinese
Features: Anamorphic Widescreen, Dolby Digital 5.1,
Trailer, Photos Gallery, Making Of
Distributor: Edko [Hong Kong] 2013
A gold digger discovers that true love is priceless in Finding Mr. Right, the blockbuster romantic comedy by Ocean Heaven director Xue Xiaolu. Tang Wei (Lust, Caution) turns up the charm as a businessman's pregnant mistress who flies to Seattle to give birth. Wu Xiubo (The Four) complete the other half of the unlikely pairing, playing a kind former doctor who unwittingly becomes the pregnant woman's guardian. Despite their difference in age, Tang and Wu share plenty of screen chemistry as the foes-turned-lovers in this charming, heartwarming romance. Xue's timely topic about atypical modern relationships and the exotic North American locales also added to the appeal of Finding Mr. Right, making it one of the biggest Chinese films of 2013.
The mistress of a rich businessman, Jia Jia (Tang Wei) has arrived in Seattle to give birth in an illegal maternity center. After narrowly missing a police raid on her intended destination, maternity center driver Frank (Wu Xiubo) takes her to another center operated by Mrs. Huang (Elaine Jin). Materialistic and picky, Jia Jia initially puts Mrs. Huang and her fellow residents off with her demanding attitude. With Frank's help, Jia Jia slowly puts down her arrogance and learns that money isn't the answer to true happiness. As her baby's due date approaches, Jia Jia will have to choose between her comfortable luxury life with her businessman boyfriend in Beijing and a common, down-to-earth existence in a strange land with a decent man who loves her.