Ann Jie broke up with her boyfriend and disappeared for six years. Living overseas she was in a car accident and temporarily got blind. When she wants to commit suicide, she was saved by a stranger and befriended with her live saver a kind and gentle man. But when her eyes got better, her friend disappears without a trace. Ann Jie returns home after six years. Back to her family and backto Chen Xi Xi, a cold and aggressive man. What kind of secret keeps Chen Xi Xi in his heart?
Runtime: 60 minutes
Season Love - Seasons of Love - Netflix
“Seasons of Love” is a song from the Broadway musical Rent, written and composed by Jonathan Larson. The song starts with an ostinato piano motif, which provides the harmonic framework for the cast to sing “Five hundred and twenty-five thousand, six hundred minutes” (the number of minutes in a common year [60×24×365]). The main instruments used throughout the song are piano, vocals, guitar, organ, bass and drums. The song is performed by the entire cast in the musical and in the 2005 film of the same name. The lyrics ask what the proper way is to quantify the value of a year in human life, concluding in the chorus that the most effective means is to “measure in love”. Since four of the lead characters either have HIV or AIDS, the song is often associated with World AIDS Day and AIDS awareness month.
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In the stage production, the song is sung at the opening of the second act. The cast stands downstage in a straight line facing the audience. The entire cast performs the song, and the solos are normally performed by two cast members who play several minor roles each (namely Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson). “Seasons of Love” is performed in two parts, the first at the beginning of Act II with the reprise following a few numbers later, following “Take Me Or Leave Me”. The song has been translated into multiple languages for the international productions of the musical (“Tiempos de amor” in Spanish, “Nur Liebe Bleibt” in German, “Sígræn ást” in Icelandic and “A szerelem évszakai” in Hungarian).
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