Bu neng shuo de. mi mi (Secret)
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Bu neng shuo de. mi mi (Secret)
Taiwanese singer Jay Chou makes his feature directorial debut with this romantic tale following the romance between a handsome piano prodigy and a mysterious beauty. Yeh Hsiang-lun (Chou) is an exceptionally gifted pianist who has recently transferred to the Tan Jiang College of Arts at the behest of his father (Anthony Wong). One day, while walking through the school's soon-to-be-demolished conservatory, Yeh hears an intoxicating melody being performed by talented Lu Hsaio-yu (Guey Lun-mei). When Yeh asks Lu the name of the song, the pretty pianist shyly responds that it's a secret.… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"A slickly packaged college romancer with a mystical component that turns into barnstorming melodrama."
‑ Derek Elley, Variety
"For about an hour Secret delivers a highly satisfying love triangle that made me like it. Then it turns into something else that made me love it."
‑ Jeffrey M. Anderson, Combustible Celluloid
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