Zhu Yilong, best known for his role in “Lighting Up the Stars” from which he bagged a Best Actor Award in the 35th Golden Rooster Awards gives another outstanding performance in his latest crime thriller “Lost in the Stars” that will open on September 27 exclusively at SM Cinemas.
Directed by Rui Cui and Xiang Liu, written by Sicheng Chen and Shuyi Gu, “Lost in the Stars” brings to the global limelight equally impressive acting performances by Ni Ni, Janice Man, Kay Huang and Jiang Du alongside Zhu.
Described as Hitchcockian by some critics, the mystery crime thriller “Lost in the Stars” centers on He Fei (Zhu Yilong), a diver instructor whose time is running out trying to solve his wife’s disappearance during their first wedding anniversary in a foreign land.
Muzi (Huang) goes missing days after they arrive at the island, but the local police refuses to help due to lack of evidence. But before his visa expires, Fei wakes up one day with a woman beside him claiming to be his wife (Janice Man). Upon reporting to the local police about the impostor, Fei’s claims is once again dismissed due to strong evidence pointing that the woman is his legitimate wife.
Determined to find his wife before his visa expires, Fei gives up on the authorities and approaches a renowned lawyer named Chen Mai (Ni Ni). They soon uncover a series of suspected abductions within the island but as things begin to unravel, they find themselves in danger on trying to find out the truth.
The film has so far scored 92% audience rating at Rotten Tomatoes, collectively citing that the film delivers a superb roller-coaster murder mystery that will keep the audience guessing and gasping until the end.
From local (Ph) audience, among those who have earlier seen the film say that, “Lost in the Stars didn’t waste any second to trap your attention right at the very beginning. It gave a gripping start that will tie you to your seats and make you hold on to your pee until the credits roll,” from Lakwatsera Lovers;
“Lost in the Stars is a well-made and entertaining thriller that is sure to keep audiences on the edge of their seats,” from Maganda Ba Movie?;
“Definitely a must-watch movie! Very unique storyline with so many unexpected twists. Ang ganda ng movie na ito, sobrang kakaiba,” from Pauline Del Rosario of Inquirer-Bandera,”;
“It’s like Gone Girl murder mystery. Lost in the Stars is a lavish, complicated and impressively well-acted suspense thriller that never runs out of twists and turns,” from Pelikula Mania;
“What an intense mystery-thriller ride! You don’t know what to expect and who to even trust,” by Jaydee.Reels, and “Lost in the Stars is anything but unconventional and situating it in Southeast Asia makes it feel like it could happen just around the corner.
The flashbacks and meticulous planning of the backstory pay off in the final act, with the big revelation delivering the most unkind blow of all,” from Jason Inocencio (film critic).
From Encore Films to be distributed by Warner Bros., “Lost in the Stars” will open September 27 exclusively at SM Cinemas.
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