Hawaii International Film Festival Presents “100 Days” Directed by Henry Chan

Dates: Sunday, October 13, 2013 – Saturday, October 19, 2013
Website #1: http://program.hiff.org/films/detail/100_days_2013
Website: #2: http://program.hiff.org/films/country/taiwan_roc

The Hawaii International Film Festival brings to you a Mandarin language romance feature film called “100 DAYS,” directed by Emmy winner Henry Chan (SCRUBS, KING OF QUEENS, SCRUBS). This film will also be released on 11/1 in Taiwan nationwide.

When a cold-hearted telecommunications executive returns to his small island town for his estranged mother’s burial, he learns about the true Taiwanese tradition that mandates him to marry within 100 days so that the parent’s spirit can transition peacefully. When a typhoon leaves him stranded for three days, he rekindles a romance with his free spirited, childhood sweetheart who is engaged to marry a local villager.

Director Henry Chan says he was drawn to the project because the script resonates with his own life experiences. “When I read 100 Days, it struck a cord deep inside me, because Bo Dan’s story is my story,” says Chan. “It’s about coming home to find what you have missed all these years. It’s about seeing yourself in the most honest way. It’s about falling in love again. Immigrants like myself have long tried to fit in the new world. Sometimes by burying our old identities…How often do we get the chance to stop and really look deep into ourselves? How often can we relive our most cherished memories? In 100 DAYS, our hero does just that.”

Screening times:
Sunday, October 13, 2013 at 8:45 pm
Monday, October 14, 2013 at 4:00 pm
Saturday, October 19, 2013 at 10:45 am

For more information, visit: http://program.hiff.org/films/detail/100_days_2013#sthash.NARbA8Ci.dpuf

To view other Taiwanese films, visit: http://program.hiff.org/films/country/taiwan_roc

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