Actors:Cathy Ang, Phillipa Soo, Ken Jeong, John Cho, Sandra Oh, Ruthie Ann Miles, Margaret Cho, Kimiko Glenn, Artt Butler, Irene Tsu, Clem Cheung, Conrad Ricamora, Brittany Ishibashi, Janice Kawaye, Glen Keane, James Taku Leung, Elizabeth Pan, Josiah D. Lee, David Chen, Meilee Condron, Ewan Chung, John Kahrs, Esther Chae, Lucy Lin
Plot of the film "Over the Moon"
The man on the moon? Forget about it. According to Chinese legend, the most famous inhabitant of the moon is a woman. Her name is Chang'e, and she moved to her lunar abode a long time ago when she became immortal. Now she's a goddess, so you'd think she'd be happy: not every girl can claim to be a goddess, and also be immortal and own 14.6 million square miles of a planetoid. However, Chang'e longs for his beloved, the brave and immortal, and now completely dead archer Hou Yi. At first, they both had to swallow pills of immortality. But when Hou Yi's disciple tried to steal one of them, Chang'e hid them both in her mouth for safekeeping and....well, suffice it to say that Hou Yi never got his pill. And although there are those who say that Chang'e just wanted to get both pills for herself, most people believe that the moon goddess is a tragic figure, forever pining for her husband. Fei Fei is one of such passionate people. When she was very young, her mother filled her thoughts with stories about the moon. And when Fei Fei's father asked if the girl wanted to learn about how the moon works, Fei Fei and her mother just laughed at him. Favorite ancient myths — that's all the explanations that Fei Fei wanted to get.