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I love this movie because I have yet to see another romance that so purely captures the first love AND the realism of obstacles that prevents two people to be together AND with no melodrama or lay the blame on one side.
SOmetimes, we may be fortunate to fall in love completely. BUT, other considerations are: timing, geography, family, career, or whether two people can grow together. At one point, there have to be compromises and a leap of faith towards a life together. These considerations are often mundane, and not dramatic, but they can be heart-breaking. Most movies or TVs have unrealistic love obstacles: a disaster, an evil or psycho ex. Or they overplay some type of obstacles such as social class. Tempting Heart captures the everyday obstacles in love. Timing: high school , not really independent yet, not to mention college! geography: Japan, Taiwan. Family against it mostly... Career: she has a nice fashion buyer job, and his career is well just a job... The mastery of the movie is that it showed how real and beautiful the love is despite all the obstacles, AND despite the fact they fail to surmount the obstacles! LOve does not conquer all, but love is to be treasured. SO my dear friends, I cried after the last scene, sadness is the first impression, lamenting a true love that was not meant to be. LAter, if you are zen about it, you are also happy for them, because they have experienced something so beautifull. So to all who is in a relationship, if you have made it this far, first falling in love, then navigating many obstacles or compromises, then we must treasure what we have.