Unexpectedly, Hou Dao really came to the store to find Gao Jie for coffee with a backpack, so the two began to talk about the growing environment and family background. Gao Jie slowly confided his life story to each other. "Afterwards, they invited me to act in a movie. Originally, I had no interest or enthusiasm for acting, but they continued to come for coffee. After drinking more coffee a few times, I began to feel very comfortable with these brothers and sisters.
Slowly Slowly change your mind company banner design and try it. At the time, I thought I couldn’t perform, but then of course we knew that Director Hou wanted to find non-professional actors to perform and capture the natural feeling.” Later, Gao Jie tried many film performances one after another, not only the Taipei urban youth under the lens of Hou Hsiao-hsien, but also Gao Jie at the turn of the 80s and 90s. Played a warm and good father. "My second film was Dan Hanzhang's "The Resentful Girl" (1989). I was sitting across from Dan Hanzhang in a restaurant in the East District, and he said, 'Well, Gao Jie's eyes are suitable for acting as the second master'.
As soon as I received the script, wow, the second master is blind, and the director is also very funny?" Talking about the past, I laughed happily, "The Resentful Girl" was adapted from the novel of the same name by Eileen Chang, and took the concept of "The Story of the Golden Lock". At that time, when I was filming a bed scene, I was very panicked, but people were a lot more aggressive, and I also learned a generous acting attitude from her.” "In Qiu Gangjian's "A Ying" (1990), I played a ghost hunter. At that time, it was Ke