Cape No. 7: When a failed-rocker-turned-mailman stumbles upon a batch of mysterious love letters from the 1940s, his search for the rightful recipient opens a door onto Taiwan’s colonial past, while also igniting romantic sparks of his own. A charming mix of historical saga, regional comedy, and pop musical (its soundtrack contains some of the most beloved Taiwanese songs in recent memory), Wei Te-sheng’s debut marks the resurgence of the local movie industry and remains its all-time top-grossing film.