Winds of September Trailer

Winds of September Trailer (2008)

06 June 2008 107 mins

Lin Shu-Yu's semi auto-biographical debut takes us back to 1996, during the time of the tragic Taiwan baseball scandal, an event that devastated many teenage boys. The story follows Yen and Tang and their gang through the last year of their high school life. From chasing girls to midnight skinny dipping to rooting for their favorite baseball team, they do everything together. When an accident throws Yen into a coma, their world starts falling apart.

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Tom Lin


Yeh Jufeng

Yeh Jufeng Producer

Eric Tsang

Eric Tsang Producer

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Taiwan 06 June 2008

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