Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?


Director: Arvin Chen
2013 | Taiwan | 104m
GENRE: Comedy | Coming Out | East Asian | Gay | Parenting/Family | Romance
SECTION: Focus on Taiwan | Fully Subtitled | Narrative Features | Streaming

Come rediscover this infectiously charming Taiwanese queer classic from director Arvin Chen, a graduate of UC Berkeley and former Bay Area resident. Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? takes a breezy and playful look at modern love as it clashes against longstanding tradition, centering around a shy optometrist and family man Wei-chung (Richie Jen).

With a six-year-old son and a new promotion, all seems to be going well in his life, but there’s a secret lurking behind his eyes. When his old friend Stephen (Lawrence Ko), a flamboyant wedding photographer, appears on the scene, that secret is all too clear: Wei-chung has lived his entire married life as a closeted gay man. But his innate desires can only be repressed for so long, soon sparked by a young flight attendant named Thomas (Wong Ka-Lok). This impeccably charming romantic comedy is an utter delight, with its ensemble cast of sweet (but never saccharine) characters, fairytale-like dream sequences, karaoke cabaret, and the most intimate eye exam ever seen on film.

This special retrospective screening is available to stream for only $5.

Buying Note: This digital screening is available to view between Thu, Jun 17 and Sun, Jun 27. We suggest watching it at 8:30pm PDT Wed, Jun 23. Be sure to also check out the related Frameline Talk "Taiwan Focus."

Ministry of Culture, Taiwan (R.O.C.) and Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles


Our Family Coalition, Center for Asian American Media

  • Language: In Mandarin with English subtitles