|Genre||Comedy, Romance||Actor||Bryan Shu-Hao Chang, Kai Ko, Man-shu Jian, Shu-yao Kuo|
6.6 /10 from 218 users
|Release||08 November 2012||Duration|
Clenching the note left by his ex-girlfriend in his hand, heart-broken Tung arrives in Nanyang Street. As the note says, “I’m off to the cram school”, Tung comes to Nanyang Street, a byword for cram schools in Taipei. In the street bustling with businesses, Tung begins to work in a photocopy shop as fate dictates. Every day, Tung photocopies tons of exam papers while expecting to run into Ying, his ex-girlfriend, at some point.
One day, the exam papers from Bisheng School catch Tung’s attention – a sheep in a monologue appears on the back of the paper every day. The sheep turns out to be a creation of Yang, a teaching assistant in the cram school. Yang (a pun on sheep) is an eccentric girl with whimsical ideas. She dreams of becoming an illustrator, but the harsh reality traps her in the school. The back of the exam papers becomes her canvas where she keeps her dream alive. Yang hopes that the students would respond to her “South Sheep Farm”, but so far her sheep has been completely ignored. Actually, these seemingly cute innocuous illustrations are a tool that Yang uses to countdown to a fresh new start after she was dumped by her ex-boyfriend.
Kai Ko, Man-shu Jian, Bryan Shu-Hao Chang, Shu-yao Kuo
08 Nov 2012 (Taiwan)
3 wins & 7 nominations.