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Release Date
September 27, 2002
85 minutes
1 hour 25 minutes

Blue Gate Crossing (Chinese: 藍色大門; pinyin: lánsè dà mén) is a 2002 feature film from Taiwan and France. The film was directed and written by Yee Chin-yen, produced by Peggy Chiao and Hsu Hsiao-ming, and edited by Liao Ching-Song. The film stars Bolin Chen, Gwei Lun-mei and Liang You Lin.

Plot Edit

Lin Yuezhen (Liang You Lin) is in love with school swimming star Zhang Shihao (Chen Bolin) but is too shy to approach him. She then convinces her best friend Meng Kerou (Gwei Lun-mei) to act as a go-between. However, Yuezhen always leaves when Shihao arrives leaving him with Kerou. Shihao begins to think that Kerou is using an imaginary friend to court him but Kerou's attention is one someone else.

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Production and distribution companies Edit

Production companies
Distributor Country Notes
Teodora Film All media
Tri-m Pictures Inc. All media
Filmfreak Distributie Netherlands DVD release
Tema Distribuciones Spain DVD release
trigon-film Switzerland Theatrical release
Peccadillo Pictures United Kingdom Theatrical and DVD release Inc. United States of America All media
Strand Releasing United States of America Theatrical release

Alternate names Edit

Country Name
Original title Lánsè dà mén
France, Spain and world-wide English title Blue Gate Crossing
Italy Incrocio d'amore
Japan Aiiro natsukoi

Release dates Edit

Country Date Notes
Canada September 8, 2002 Toronto International Film Festival
Taiwan September 27, 2002
France January 8, 2003
Thailand January 10, 2003 Bangkok International Film Festival
Australia March 1, 2003 Adelaide International Film Festival
Italy March 21, 2003
Turkey April 12, 2003 Istanbul Film Festival
Switzerland May 15, 2003
United States of America June 14, 2003 San Francisco International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival
Japan July 26, 2003 Tokyo
Ireland August 3, 2003 Dublin Lesbian and Gay Film Festival
Belgium August 27, 2003
Netherlands September 9, 2003 Film by the Sea Film Festival
United States of America October 3, 2003 Milwaukee LGBT Film and Video Festival
United States of America November 21, 2003 New York City, New York
United Kingdom July 2, 2004
Brazil October 1, 2004
Belgium November 4, 2004 Holebi Gay and Lesbian Film Festival
Sweden April 19, 2010 TV premiere

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