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Finding Mr. Right 2: Book of Love – Wu Xiubo, Tang Wei

Finding Mr. Right 2: Book of Love is a romantic film directed by Xue Xiaolu and starring Wu Xiubo and Tang Wei.

The film tells the story of a young girl in Macau who makes a casino her home, meets a real estate agent in Los Angeles, and misses out a thousand times before falling in love at first sight.

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Finding Mr. Right 2: Book of Love

English Title: Finding Mr. Right 2: Book of Love
Chinese Title: 北京遇上西雅图之不二情书
Genre: Romance, Comedy, Life
Duration: 129 min.
Director: Xue Xiaolu
Writer: Xue Xiaolu
Producer: Jiang Zhiqiang
Released Date: 2016-04-29
Broadcast Website: Prime Video

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Synopsis

At the age of 15, Jiao Ye immigrated to Macau with her father and settled in the gambling city, where she became a casino PR representative. She led a precarious life, constantly uncertain and without a fixed abode. Meanwhile, Daniel, a talented individual from Beijing, had been navigating his way through the United States for many years. He had risen to become one of California's top-performing real estate brokers and was a diamond bachelor surrounded by numerous female companions.

One day, when Jiao Ye woke up, he saw a book titled "84, Charing Cross Road" above his head. The word for "book" sounds similar to the word for "loss," which infuriated Jiao Ye. Despite throwing the book away several times, it always found its way back to him. Helpless, she decided to send the book to the address mentioned in it. Coincidentally, Daniel also struggled with the same book and sent it to the same address. The bookstore owner of 84, Charing Cross Road, having nothing better to do, forwarded the letters of the two individuals to each other. Perplexed by the books they received, the two initially disliked each other but gradually became soulmates through subsequent correspondence.

Jiao Ye had unfruitful relationships with a top student and a wealthy man named Mr. Deng, while Daniel experienced the pain of being abandoned by two foreign women.

To get closer to an elderly Chinese couple living in Los Angeles and acquire their house, Daniel approached them under the pretense of helping them. Despite growing up abroad, Daniel was well-versed in Chinese poetry and culture. Combined with his eloquence, he unexpectedly gained the trust of the eccentric but well-read grandfather. Daniel took the two elderly individuals on a trip to Las Vegas and even arranged a wedding for them.

When the grandfather discovered Daniel's true intentions, he became extremely angry and fell ill, leading to his hospitalization. Over time, Daniel developed a deep sense of guilt due to the emotional connection he had established with the grandfather during their time together. Despite being rejected by the grandfather multiple times, Daniel visited him repeatedly. As the Lunar New Year approached, the grandson, who was far away working at NASA, couldn't reunite with his grandparents, so they resorted to video conversations. However, the grandparents struggled with the advanced technology, and with the grandfather's silent approval, the grandmother called Daniel. Facing a still somewhat resentful grandfather, the grandmother said, "Only good children can come to our house to watch TV," gradually easing the tension between them.

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