Tiny Times 2

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Tiny Times 2
Tiny Times 2 poster.jpg
Directed by Guo Jingming
Written by Guo Jingming
Based on Tiny Times 2.0 by Guo Jingming
Starring Yang Mi
Kai Ko
Amber Kuo
Rhydian Vaughan
Cheney Chen
Bea Hayden
Evonne Hsieh
Li Yueming
Jiang Chao
Release date
  • August 8, 2013 (2013-08-08)
Running time
116 minutes
Country China[1]
Language Mandarin
Box office US$47.22 million[2]

Tiny Times 2 (Chinese: 小时代:青木时代) is a 2013 Chinese romantic drama film and the second installment of the Tiny Times franchise directed and written by Guo Jingming.[3] The film was filmed together with the first film, and is based on the second half of Guo's own novel.[4] Tiny Times 3, the third installment of the Tiny Times series was released on July 17, 2014.

Plot[edit]

After graduation, the girls gathered together at Gu Li's mansion to celebrate her birthday. However, nobody expected that this would be a hidden veiled event filled with foreboding and betrayal.

A dirty secret was revealed between Gu Li and Nan Xiang's ex-boyfriend, Cheng Xi; causing the sisters to fall out and brothers to turn against each other. Shortly after, Gu Li's father died and she was forced to inherit the company, but is faced with the risk of having her company taken away by business competitors.

Lin Xiao finds out that her boyfriend is cheating on her, but yet could not bear to give up on their relationship. At the same time, she and colleague Zhou Chong Guang starts to get closer.

Cast[edit]

Original soundtrack[edit]

Song Category Song Name Singer Notes
Theme song 我好想你 Sodagreen
Soundtrack 小小姑娘 Peng Jiayu
把你推开像太极拳 Ray Ray
万物无邪 Cheney Chen
面面心跳
時間煮雨 Yisa Yu
殘忍的纏綿 Liu Xin
Fu Mengni
小小时代 Various
你讓星星發亮 Gao Kaiwei
停停停
不管發生什麼別放開我的手 Gao Kaiwei, Ray Ray
Go Julia Wu
Love Come Undone
Whatever
Everything Terence

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Film Review: 'Tiny Times 2.0'". Variety. 2013-08-09. 
  2. ^ "Weekly box office". Retrieved 2013-08-26. 
  3. ^ "小时代:青木时代Tiny Times 2 (2013)". movie.mtime.com (in Chinese). Retrieved 2013-08-09. 
  4. ^ "Tiny Times returns with another huge opening". Film Business Asia. 

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