20:30:40 (2004) 1080p YIFY Movie

20:30:40 (2004) 1080p

Three women in different stages of their lives - 20, 30, 40 - face the hardships of the female existence.

IMDB: 6.60 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Drama
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.08G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: chi 5.1  
  • Run Time: 113
  • IMDB Rating: 6.6/10 
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  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 0

The Synopsis for 20:30:40 (2004) 1080p

Three women in different stages of their lives - 20, 30, 40 - face the hardships of the female existence.


The Director and Players for 20:30:40 (2004) 1080p

[Director]Rene Liu
[Role:Director]Sylvia Chang
[Role:]Sylvia Chang
[Role:]Angelica Lee


The Reviews for 20:30:40 (2004) 1080p


Girl Power!Reviewed byBigpriscVote: 8/10

This movie is about the best 30 years of a woman's life.

20 - feeling alive and trying new things 30 - feeling jaded and hopes for stability 40 - the rebirth of a women

Sylvia Chang has once again proven herself as a powerful director! The 3 stories intertwine very well, while they don't affect each other, you are never really out of the story because you see the other leads at the background.

Li Sinje proves herself to be a great actress, holding her own aside the older and more established actresses. Her story las alot of sexual tension in it, but somehow in a way that most girls would understand. I admire Rene Liu for her powerful potrayal, it is a Rene that you haven seen before. Sylvia, one great looking 40-something, she just draws you deep into the story...

This is one of the light-hearted taiwanese movie that is rarely seen in taiwanese cinema. Everything about this movie is great. It is very different in style and mood from the last few movies that Sylvia Chang has done before.

One last thing to note. The concept of the movie actually started as an album. One day Rene Liu mentioned to Sylvia Chang, why don't the 3 of them do an album called 20:30:40, make it total girl power album. Sylvia loved the idea, so while making the album. She decided to make it into a movie as well. And boy am I glad she did!!! If not, we wouldn't have 3 award-winning actresses portraying such powerful acting in one of the greatest movie! Worth every cent of the ticket.

Deep and sincere by Sylvia ChangReviewed bySiew86Vote: 10/10

I seldom watch Asian movie.. honestly I think most of them are quite shallow, especially the character development part. Before I watch this film, I don't have any expectation.

After the 15 minutes of this film, I am impressed and surprised. Sylvia Chang did a good job. The story, the character, the plot. It's really deep, it make me think.

To me, this is a story about sense of insecurity and loneliness. A 20+ girl, 30+ girl, 40+ girl, the Shi Go, Jerry...

They are all experiencing loneliness and emptiness, they are lost, they need something in life, they try to seek for something that can fill up the emptiness, but it's not work.

Sylvia Chang did a good job, she make you feel how the character feel, how lost they are, how much they need someone to solve their sense of insecurity.

This is a very worth watching movie~ I hope the Hong Kong or Taiwan movie industry able make more this kind of film, which is sincere and deep, and character driven.

I want to thanks Sylvia Chang for her masterpiece~

Strong, dramatic performances by the lead ladies.Reviewed byOllieSuave-007Vote: 7/10

This is a powerful movie from Taiwan, where the lives of three women in different stages of their lives - ages 20, 30, 40 - face the consequences and hardships of their roles in life.

I first saw this movie on a plane-ride to China, and it was well worth the hour and a half plus time. I've found the lead actresses, Sylvia Chang, Rene Liu and Angelica Lee to have given very powerful and commanding performances in their respective roles, provided much drama, realism and heartfelt moments in making the movie engaging and captivating.

While a film that could give you a few tears, this movie also has some humor that will give you a few chuckles, particularly in the part where Sylvia Chang's character try to outwit her love-starve tennis instructor lover.

I also particularly enjoy the sincere portrayal of Rene Liu's character, how her struggles and hardship of failed relationships and life-on-the-rocks livelihood are detailed; her praying upon the grave of her deceased mother to help her through the hard times is emotional. Their portrayals of their lives could be something you could relate to in real life.

While the three women are not related in the story, the story cleverly makes connections and plot twists involving the three.

There are some moments where the plot does drag on at times, but not to the point of sheer boredom. Overall, a very nice drama from director Sylvia Chang.

Grade B+

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