Lin Yi Jun is a girl who does not care about her looks and is not pretty - she just fades into the background as a nobody. She has been quietly working at a company for years and no one, not even her colleagues have really noticed her. She also has a crush on her boss Liu Jian Ming, however he is unaware of her existence. Her brother's best friend Chen Yong Ren also works at the company as Liu Jian Ming's personal assistant. Chen Yong Ren is very close with both her boss and her brother, that she wonders "Should I see him as my love rival or my future brother-in-law?" Everything changes, when one day a new person enters the company, Xu Jun Yi. She is beautiful and everything Lin Yi Jun is not. What will become of them?
Runtime: 25 minutes
Love Me - Love Me or Leave Me (film) - Netflix
Love Me or Leave Me is a 1955 biographical romantic musical drama film that tells the life story of Ruth Etting, a singer who rose from dancer to movie star. It stars Doris Day as Etting, James Cagney as gangster Martin “Moe the Gimp” Snyder, her first husband and manager, and Cameron Mitchell as pianist/arranger Myrl Alderman, her second husband. It was written by Daniel Fuchs and Isobel Lennart and directed by Charles Vidor.
Love Me - Soundtrack - Netflix
All but two of the songs in the movie were hits that Etting had recorded originally back in the 1920s and early 1930s. These new songs, written specifically for the film, are “Never Look Back” by Chilton Price and “I'll Never Stop Loving You” by Nicholas Brodzsky and Sammy Cahn. The songs as they appear in the film (all sung by Doris Day except as shown): Ten Cents a Dance I'm Sitting on Top of the World (sung by Claude Stroud) It All Depends On You You Made Me Love You Stay On the Right Side Sister Everybody Loves My Baby (But My Baby Loves Nobody But Me) Mean To Me Sam, the Old Accordion Man Shaking the Blues Away (sung by Doris Day, danced by Doris Day and Chorus) I'll Never Stop Loving You Never Look Back Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue At Sundown My Blue Heaven Love Me or Leave Me
Love Me - References - Netflix