All for Love (2012 film)
|All for Love|
|Mandarin||Sān'gè Weìhūn Māmā|
|Directed by||Jiang Ping|
|Produced by||Jin Zhongqiang
|Written by||Zhu Ping
|Music by||Li Ge|
|Edited by||Zhan Haihong
China Broadcasting Art Troupe
|Box office||4.72 million|
All for Love is a 2012 Chinese romantic comedy film directed by Jiang Ping and written by Zhu Ping and Xu Yiwen, starring Ariel Aisin-Gioro, Che Yongli, Alec Su, and Ju Wenpei. All For Love was released in China on 26 October 2012.
- Ariel Aisin-Gioro as Ye Xiaomeng, the urban female white-collar.
- Che Yongli as Mei Ling, Liu Erbiao's lover.
- Alec Su as Gu Donghai, Ye Xiaomeng's boyfriend.
- Ju Wenpei as Dong A Ping, a woman entrepreneur.
- Chen Maolin as Ye Xioameng's father.
- Zheng Yuzhi as Ye Xiaomeng's mother.
- Zhang Jiayi as Liu Erbiao.
- Huang Lei as Officer Liu.
- Yang Mi as Xiao Ma.
- Tong Dawei as The taxi driver.
- Huang Yi as Wei Wei.
- Zhu Xijuan as Liu Erbiao's mother.
- Yan Bingyan as Liu Erbiao's wife.
- Siqin Gaowa as Grandmother Wang.
- Zhu Xu
- Wen Zhang
- Lu Chuan
- Purba Rgyal
- Sha Yi
- Yvonne Yung as The head nurse.
- Feng Gong
- Gong Hanlin
- Lu Qi
- Zhang Guangbei
- Jiang Hongbo
- Zhong Xinghuo
- Hu Ke
- Huang Xiaoli
- Zhang Yishan as Mei Ling's brother
The film began production in April 2012 and finished filming on May 3, 2012.
It had its world premiere at the Huabin Opera House (Chinese: 华彬歌剧院) on October 23, 2012, and it was released on October 26, 2012 in China.
The film was only moderately successful with critics and at the box office.
|8th Paris Chinese Film Festival||Best Actress||Che Yongli||Won|||
|4th Macau International Movie Festival||Best Supporting Actor||Alec Su||Nominated|
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