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Netflix Unveils ‘Forget You Not’: A Stirring Chinese-Language Series Exploring Impermanence and Lost Time

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The much-anticipated Chinese-language series “Forget You Not,” a touching story about the complexities of human relationships and the passage of time, is set to make its exclusive Netflix debut. Rene Liu, an accomplished Taiwanese singer-actress known for her work in “Us and Them,” directs the series, which stars a superb cast including award-winning actress Hsieh Ying-xuan from “Wave Makers” and veteran actor Chin Han, who returns to Taiwanese drama after a significant break. In addition, the accomplished Wallace Huo from “Light the Night” will make a special appearance in the series.

Filmagic Pictures Co.’s “Forget You Not” is a beautiful narrative journey that explores the fleeting essence of life, the weight of memories, and the relationships of friendship and family. Liu, both writer and director, muses on the series, remarking, “This drama mimics the tapestry of life, diving into the events we face on a daily basis yet frequently choose to ignore. My aim is that viewers will find peace and resonance in this story as they face their own personal crossroads.”

The show follows Cheng Le-le (Hsieh Ying-xuan), a versatile lady who works as a stand-up comedian and a part-time convenience store cashier. Despite her seemingly mundane existence, Le-le harbours ambitions and goals for her future, only to be met with a series of obstacles. Amidst marital strife with her husband Zhang Kai (Wallace Huo), Le-le has familial challenges, particularly with her father (Chin Han), causing her to embark on a daring journey that reshapes her relationships with family, lover, and friends.

Liu, in her directorial debut for a series, expresses her enthusiasm, remarking, “It is a privilege to collaborate with such a talented ensemble of cast and crew in narrating a tale that resonates with the essence of ‘home,’ set against evocative and nostalgic backdrops. Our aim is for audiences to find familiarity and connection within the narrative.”

Golden Bell and Golden Horse awardee Hsieh Ying-xuan extended her gratitude for the opportunity to work alongside director Liu, describing the experience as rare and invaluable. “Liu’s profound understanding and empathy for actors, stemming from her illustrious acting career, are truly commendable. Her gentle guidance fosters an environment where we, as actors, can authentically explore our roles.” Wallace Huo echoes the sentiment, stating, “I am deeply honored to be a part of this series and thoroughly enjoyed collaborating with director Liu. Her meticulous attention to detail, unwavering standards, and distinct perspective render her an exceptional director.”

“Forget You Not” promises to enthrall spectators with its fascinating narrative tapestry that explores the depths of human emotions as well as the subtle interaction between life’s impermanence and enduring memories. As viewers embark on this transforming journey, they are encouraged to reflect on their relationships, the ephemeral nature of time, and the tremendous beauty found in life’s passing moments.


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