Sonria Pasta Complete TV Series

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Sonria Pasta Complete TV Series (DVD) Taiwan TV Series
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Sonria Pasta Complete TV Series

Sonria Pasta Complete TV Series

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  • NTSC - Fullscreen
  • Audio
  • Mandarin
  • Subtitle
  • English , Chinese , Malay
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
  • Region code
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  • Title : Sonria Pasta Complete TV Series / 微笑PASTA
  • Genre : Romance,Comedy
  • Episode : 1-17 end
  • TV Station / Studio : Taiwan TTV
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2006
  • Listing date : 26 Jan 2007
  • Disc Qty : 6 pcs
  • Weight : 330(g)

  • Directed by
  • Ding Yang Guo , Shen Yi
  • Cast by
  • Cindy Wang , Nicholas Chang , Fang Zi Xuan
  • Synopsis
  • Consist of episode 1 to 17, complete TV series.

    Cast
    Cyndi Wang as Cheng Xiao Shi
    Nicholas Teo as He Qun
    Gino as Ah Zhe
    Zhao Hong Qiao as Rita
    Zhao Shun as Cheng Jin
    Jian Chang as Cheng Gang
    Wang Juan as Chen Lin Ma Li

    Synopsis
    The story begins with Xiao Shi day dreaming on her balcony, wishing for a successful love. In her dazed state, she accidentally knocks her mug over the edge, which then lands and bounces off the front of He Qun's sportscar, when he happened to be driving past. This marks the beginning of their intertwined destinies.

    The next morning, Xiao Shi's flamboyant but nonetheless supportive family, conducts a good luck ceremony for Xiao Shi, as it is her and her current boyfriend, Peter's 3 month anniversary. Despite being cursed with relationships not exceeding 3 months, Xiao Shi has a great feeling about today, recalling Peter telling her that he will introduce her to the most important woman in his life. That can only mean his mother, right? Xiao Shi is so confident that everything will go smoothly, even making a bet with her brother that she can bring Peter home tonight.

    Enjoying her date, everything appears to be progressing smoothly for Xiao Shi. Peter suddenly brings her right into the centre of a cross section and Xiao Shi assumes that he is going to confess his undying love for her. However, his real intention is to break up with her, claiming that she's 'not his style' and pointing to the scantily clad girl across the street (his new girlfriend) who is his style. Xiao Shi is devastated and a dark cloud looms over her head (literally).

    Hanging her head in defeat, Xiao Shi wanders through the streets and doesn't take notice of where she's going until she bumps into a stranger. This stranger happens to be a disguised He Qun, who's just run away from his own press conference and in the process of fleeing the paparazzi. The clumsy encounter leaves the both of them in a compromising position in the middle of the streets, allowing the nosy paparazzi to get a few happy snaps. And thus Xiao Shi forfeits her first kiss to a complete stranger.

    He Qun, being accustomed to this kind of thing, recognises trouble when he sees it, so he runs for his life dragging Xiao Shi with him. Through a series of mishaps, tossed in with a bit of fate, He Qun ends up providing refuge for Xiao Shi in his own bedroom, for the night.

    Unbeknownst to them, the newspapers have been working overtime, and by morning, the image of them kissing in the streets cover the front page of every tabloid. The dreary and clueless pair step out onto the balcony, where the waiting reporters are virtually fed evidence of their affair. To protect He Qun's career, his agent Vincent has no choice but to introduce Xiao Shi as He Qun's fianceé.

    From this point on, Xiao Shi's world is turned upside down. Yet she begins to realise that there may be a cure for her curse after all. Meanwhile, the poor little rich boy, He Qun, gradually discovers that the love and warmth he's never known, can be brought about by the simplest things (or people).

    However, all lies will eventually boil over. So how will this sticky plot unravel itself?

    Chinese subtitles can't be turned off

  • Synopsis
  • Consist of episode 1 to 17, complete TV series.

    Cast
    Cyndi Wang as Cheng Xiao Shi
    Nicholas Teo as He Qun
    Gino as Ah Zhe
    Zhao Hong Qiao as Rita
    Zhao Shun as Cheng Jin
    Jian Chang as Cheng Gang
    Wang Juan as Chen Lin Ma Li

    Synopsis
    The story begins with Xiao Shi day dreaming on her balcony, wishing for a successful love. In her dazed state, she accidentally knocks her mug over the edge, which then lands and bounces off the front of He Qun's sportscar, when he happened to be driving past. This marks the beginning of their intertwined destinies.

    The next morning, Xiao Shi's flamboyant but nonetheless supportive family, conducts a good luck ceremony for Xiao Shi, as it is her and her current boyfriend, Peter's 3 month anniversary. Despite being cursed with relationships not exceeding 3 months, Xiao Shi has a great feeling about today, recalling Peter telling her that he will introduce her to the most important woman in his life. That can only mean his mother, right? Xiao Shi is so confident that everything will go smoothly, even making a bet with her brother that she can bring Peter home tonight.

    Enjoying her date, everything appears to be progressing smoothly for Xiao Shi. Peter suddenly brings her right into the centre of a cross section and Xiao Shi assumes that he is going to confess his undying love for her. However, his real intention is to break up with her, claiming that she's 'not his style' and pointing to the scantily clad girl across the street (his new girlfriend) who is his style. Xiao Shi is devastated and a dark cloud looms over her head (literally).

    Hanging her head in defeat, Xiao Shi wanders through the streets and doesn't take notice of where she's going until she bumps into a stranger. This stranger happens to be a disguised He Qun, who's just run away from his own press conference and in the process of fleeing the paparazzi. The clumsy encounter leaves the both of them in a compromising position in the middle of the streets, allowing the nosy paparazzi to get a few happy snaps. And thus Xiao Shi forfeits her first kiss to a complete stranger.

    He Qun, being accustomed to this kind of thing, recognises trouble when he sees it, so he runs for his life dragging Xiao Shi with him. Through a series of mishaps, tossed in with a bit of fate, He Qun ends up providing refuge for Xiao Shi in his own bedroom, for the night.

    Unbeknownst to them, the newspapers have been working overtime, and by morning, the image of them kissing in the streets cover the front page of every tabloid. The dreary and clueless pair step out onto the balcony, where the waiting reporters are virtually fed evidence of their affair. To protect He Qun's career, his agent Vincent has no choice but to introduce Xiao Shi as He Qun's fianceé.

    From this point on, Xiao Shi's world is turned upside down. Yet she begins to realise that there may be a cure for her curse after all. Meanwhile, the poor little rich boy, He Qun, gradually discovers that the love and warmth he's never known, can be brought about by the simplest things (or people).

    However, all lies will eventually boil over. So how will this sticky plot unravel itself?

    Chinese subtitles can't be turned off