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Pragmatically deciding it is time to find a husband, her best friend Jin Xiaoling (Xu Jianing) arranges some blind dates, all of which turn out to be useless.However, during one group blind date she meets Yang Nianhua (Sun Honglei), a divorced, former owner of a publishing company, who gradually insinuates himself into becoming her confidant and friend.Suspecting he has a mole on her team, she discovers who it is and plants false information.Realising he’s been outsmarted, Derek Lee has a frank talk with Amy Liang but they end up quarreling again, despite their residual feelings for each other.Weiwei is devastated to discover that Jim Wang, CEO of her company's new client, NASDAQ-listed jewellery firm Jinxiu, is in fact Wang Yang (Duan Yihong), the boyfriend who suddenly disappeared seven years ago after she'd supported him through hard times.

I do wonder sometimes, the things we see them wear at work wouldn't be permissible where I live, so is it alright in china, or is it just for the sake of appearing all glowy in the movie? I just felt that the movie was missing something, as if I was just watching people going on with their lives without really being invested or caring. There is one thing that I felt removed the realism of the movie, which is that "company rule" that is obviously meant to be broken.Compared with recent Mainland hits, I Do lacks the globe-trotting, high-finance flash and dazzle of Dear Enemy, and the goofy charm of office rom-com Love Is Not Blind; but it has its own singular character that more than compensates for its absence of the usual plot mechanisms.Both Enemy and Love benefited from great screen chemistry between their leads (XU Jinglei and Stanley HUANG; BAI Baihe and WEN Zhang), but I Do, with almost no regular "plot", entirely depends on it β€” to the extent that, with a different cast, it could have ended up as just a routine movie about a 30-plus career woman courted by two dodgy men.The relationship also proceed in a natural and realistic manner.I also loved the way they use the heroine's wardrobe, specially her shoes, to symbolize where Lala is in her career.I would never have guessed it's Xu Jinglei by looking at this photo.