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Language  Mandarin
Subtitles  English, Chinese
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Mosquito and his fellows learned, in the streets of Monga, there is only one way to survive: be stronger than your enemies.Mosquito, Monk, Dragon, White Monkey and A-Lan, five teenagers joined "Prince Gang", simple because Mosquito's lunch was snatched on his first day transferred to the high school in Monga, and they are all tired of being bullied. While they enjoy their young gangster lifestyle and ready to take over the streets, the powerful others have casted greedy eyes on the prosperous Monga. The kids just knew nothing about it.Geta, the boss of one of the gangs in Monga, takes the responsibilities of explaining to the young gangsters the legacy that has been established by the founders of Monga, the fighting for resources and honors and the meaning of brotherhood. What Geta didn't know about, was the storm that was going to destroy all the orders remaining and the last glory of the Old Town Monga. The other gang, the flooding firearms, and new settlements between new forces were going to change his and the Prince Gang's nice little world.
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Set in the Wanhua district of Taipei in the 1980s, Monga is a film about the lives of Taiwanese gangsters. The plot primarily centers around the lives of five young gangsters, documenting their days in high school to their venture into adulthood whilst exploring themes like friendship and loyalty. The plot is interesting and dramatic and the characters are well-developed. My only critique is that some of the scenes and the dialogue can feel a bit dragged out and repetitive. But overall, it is quite a polished production that is well-acted by its young cast and the film does a great job developing these characters and in telling the compelling story that these kids go through.
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