Xue Hai was a certifiable dork when he first arrived in Hangzhou. After his schoolmate Bao Zhu saved him from bullying, she became his first love. Then, a misunderstanding caused them to lose contact when she moved back to Taiwan. He thought she dumped him. So he transformed himself from a dork to a hunk in order to seek revenge.
Runtime: 95 minutes
Hi My Sweetheart - My Suicidal Sweetheart - Netflix
My Suicidal Sweetheart is a 2005 American independent dark comedy film written and produced by Michael Parness. The initial working title of the film was Saving Grace; this title was later changed to Max & Grace during production, and remained in place prior to its release on the film festival circuit in March 2005. During an appearance at the 2006 Sacramento Film Festival, Parness remarked that he was dissatisfied with the title of Max & Grace and announced plans to change it to My Suicidal Sweetheart. The film has been released on DVD under the title Crazy for Love.
Hi My Sweetheart - Cast - Netflix
Natasha Lyonne as Grace David Krumholtz as Max Tim Blake Nelson as Doctor, Chief Nakahoma, Minister, Roger Bob Lorraine Bracco as Sheila David Paymer as Max, Sr. Rosanna Arquette as Vera Karen Black as Grace's Mom Ralf Möller as Bruno Guillermo Díaz as Hector Dave Attell as Efram the driver Emma Adele Galvin as Sis James Apaumut Fall as Interpreter Dov Davidoff as Doorman Michael Parness (film director) as Peter Brown Dena Ferreira as Wife Tom Shillue as Orderly The main cast for “My Suicidal Sweetheart” was set in July 2002. After reading the script, Tim Blake Nelson convinced the producers to let him assume several different roles—as a psychiatric doctor, Chief Nakahoma, a wrestling minister, and as a motivational speaker named Roger Bob. Director Michael Parness popped into a small role as a character named Peter Brown, a participant at Roger Bob's outdoor support group. Natasha Lyonne was the director's first choice for the role of Grace, and as soon as she signed on, agents began calling and roughly 25 male leads auditioned for the role of Max. The producers at the time wanted a well-known actor for the part and so they chose Edward Furlong; unfortunately, due to personal issues and alleged drug and/or alcohol abuse, Furlong was cut from Max & Grace and another film called Firecracker' and had to be replaced on both projects. At Lyonne's prompting, Parness then cast actor David Krumholtz as Max in March 2003. Lyonne and Krumholtz first worked together in the 1998 20th-Century Fox film The Slums of Beverly Hills, in which they played Vivian and Ben Abromowitz (brother and sister).
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