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Help me Eros

Help me Eros
International title Bang Bang Wo Ai Shen
Country Taiwan
Year 2007
Running time 103
Director Lee Kang-Sheng
Screenplay Lee Kang-Sheng
Film Editing Lei Chen Ching
Photography Liao Pen Jung
Music Fumio Yasuda
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Producer Homegreen Films
27 Shuang He Street, 1st Floor
Yong He City, Taipei
T. 886 2 2920 8422
F. 886 2 2920 8421
Distribution Company Fortissimo Films
Veemarkt 77-79
1019 DA Ámsterdam 
T. 31 20 627 3215
F. 31 20 626 1155
Synopsis Ah jie has just lost all his money in a risky stock exchange investment. Broke and depressed, he locks himself up at home to look after the marihuana plants he keeps for his own consumption in a wardrobe. He decides to phone a suicide helpline and the voice he hears at the other end stirs him out of apathy. A delicious, sweet, soothing voice which will become part of Ah jie's sexual fantasies. When he meets the girl in charge of the betelnut stall, sexy, uninhibited and more than willing to play along, he gives in to physical pleasure while that voice he heard at the other end of the phoneline is still in his head.
Director bio Lee Kang-sheng was born in Taipei in 1968. He became well known for starring in films by Tsai Ming-liang, including Rebels of the Neon God (1992), The River (1997), The Hole (1998), What Time Is It There? (2001), The Wayward Cloud (2005) and I Don't Want to Sleep Alone (2006). He has also acted in Lin Cheng-sheng's films A Drifting Life (1996) and Sweet Degeneration (1997), and Ann Hui's Ordinary Heroes (1999). He made his feature directorial debut with the acclaimed The Missing (03).