Those Were the Days

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A movie filmed in Hong Kong, Those Were The Days is a coming of age story about four girls who attended school together and their hijinks there. Teenage angst is a common topic throughout. Love, fear of failing in tests, peer pressure, and parental overprotectiveness are constant concerns for the girls. Their different personalities mesh well and the standout performances of the parents provide the movie with an emotional balance and a voice of reason.

The movie is shown in flashbacks, a feature movie goers will relish. A lot of reminiscing and memories take place, as the once teenagers are now adults.

1996 | | 6.4/10
Chi-Shing Chan, Jordan Chan, Julian Cheung, Josie Ho
For other uses, see Those Were the Days. Those Were the Days (4 32A ) is a 1996 Hong Kong movie directed by Eric Tsang. It is a coming-of-age story about four friends who went to an all-girls secondary school together. [edit] Cast Jordan Chan - Supe
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