Heart-wrenching triangle amplified in All Out of Love trailer

All Out of Love 凉生,我们可不可以不忧伤 has dropped a trailer that paints just how melodramatic this romance drama can be. Heck, even the title hints at the desperation bogging our three main leads. Wallace Chung plays the male lead while Ma Tianyu and Sun Yi play two people who grew up like brother and sister. 

I wonder how Sun Yi picks her roles, she's in another drama that explores a similarly incestuous connectionAnd the tears start flowing...

Maybe our love triangle is a love square after all.  

Liang Sheng looks on as Cheng Tianyou takes Jiang Sheng's hand.  

But no.... our lead lost his eyesight! I think I have to pass, this seems way too sad. 





12 comments:

  1. You can pluck Wallace Chung in any of his modern dramas and insert it into another, and no one can tell the difference. He seems to play the same type of characters over and over again.
    I am pretty sure this drama is going to be bad, because you don't need 72 episodes for a modern drama.

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  2. Anonymous: Are they really going to have 72 episodes for this drama? That is too long. I don't watch anything over 50 episodes. I agree with you that we don't need 72 episodes for it. I like all three of them, but I'm not I candle it. Wallace Chung looks so young for his age (43). Sun Yi is 24 years old, so that makes him 19 years older than her.

    @ Dramapanda: if you don't make commenting on this website so complicated I think more people would drop in and make more comments on your articles.

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    1. hi, thanks for letting us know. I did not know it is complicated... can u share how? Definitely would like to make it easier if we can:)

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  3. Anonymous: Are they really going to have 72 episodes for this drama? That is too long. I don't watch anything over 50 episodes. I agree with you that we don't need 72 episodes for it. I like all three of them, but I'm not SURE I CAN HANDLE it. Wallace Chung looks so young for his age (43). Sun Yi is 24 years old, so that makes him 19 years older than her.

    @ Dramapanda: if you don't make commenting on this website so complicated I think more people would drop in and make more comments on your articles.

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    1. Yes, they are. They originally had 60 episodes, but they called Wallace and Sun Yi back to the film set in January to film more scenes.
      Yeah Wallace and Sun Yi don't look like they have nearly 20 year age difference between them. That's a relief.

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  4. @ Anne J:

    Here is why I think it's complicated to comment on your website:

    We have to choose from what "social media/account" we are commenting it from or choose to be anonymous, then check box if we are not "robot", then we have to pick out "puzzles" from pictures. Sometimes I just gave up on commenting it altogether. Sometimes i just lose the whole long text i typed. :( Please makeit more user friendly & fun to do it. Thanks!

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    1. omg, thanks for letting me know. I just tried it and it's terrible. Sorry for what you guys have to put up with just to comment. Will try to see if it's possible to get this fixed.

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  5. Agreed, I thought it was odd that we have to do the whole 'puzzle' thing and had to redo over and over again if didn't get it correct..so frustrating sometimes

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    1. yes.. it is, hopefully we can get it fixed. I never knew and probably most of us who post wouldn't know as our accounts enable us to comment easily:)

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  6. @anne I think you should probably consider using disqus for comment section. It’s much easier to use.

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    1. noted, been reading up on those actually apparently there are pros and cons to using that. Thanks for your suggestion:)

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  7. 72 episodes...nope. Nope to the 20 year age gap. This looks sooo melodramatic. I was scrolling down thinking is there going to be some kind of illness thrown in and then the last gif appeared. I'm sorry but I laughed.

    Can someone cast Sun Yi in a light romcom please? I know she's a great actress and cries well but I'd like to see her in a drama where she isn't suffering for the vast majority of it. I guess the closest was Because of Meeting You was pretty light but still she was suffering for a lot of that drama too.

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