Parking is a Taiwanese crime drama movie.
Parking was released in 2008.
Chen-Mo (Chang Chen) has a dinner date with his wife (Gwei Lun-mei) on Mother's Day in Taipei, seeking to mend their estranged relationship. On his way home, he stops to buy a cake, but a motorist double-parks next to him, blocking his departure. Chen-Mo spends the entire night looking for the car's owner, encountering a series of strange events and eccentric characters, including an elderly couple living with their precocious granddaughter who has lost their only son; a one-armed barbershop owner cooking fish-head soup; a mainland Chinese prostitute attempting to flee her pimp's cruel clutches; and a Hong-Kong tailor embroiled in debt and captivity.
Chang Chen was born in Taipei, Taiwan, and is a Taiwanese actor. In the Western order, his name appears on occasion (Chen Chang). He is the son of Taiwanese actor Chang Kuo Chu and the brother of Chang Han, himself a Taiwanese actor.
Chang debuted in the entertainment industry in 1980. He's acted in a slew of films since then, including the international smash "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" (2000). He has only lately begun appearing in television dramas, his first being the 2019 xianxia drama "Love and Destiny," for which he was nominated and won multiple prizes.
Kwai Lun Mei, a Taiwanese actress, was born in Taiwan. Her acting career began with the film "Blue Gate Crossing." Lun Mei later participated in a few more films before becoming more well-known for her role as Lu Xiao Yu in the film Secret, directed by Jay Chou, in which Kwai played the female protagonist, Lu Xiao Yu, and Jay Chou played the male lead, Ye Xiang Lun.