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The Soul of Bread

  Gao-bing works in a bakery in a small town. The owner, Mr Chiu, is so into his Rock ‘n ‘Roll band, and the apprentice Di doesn’t seem enthusiastic about Read More

The True Story of Ah Q

  The True Story of Ah Q is a 1981 Chinese drama film directed by Fan Cen. It was entered into the 1982 Cannes Film Festival.[1] It is based on Read More

The Spring Festival

  At Spring Festival, families reunite and everybody hopes that misfortune and unhappiness will depart with the old year. This story takes place in a small snow-bound town in northern Read More

Strange Friends

  An emotionally disturbed woman encounters two passengers on a train who befriend her and ultimately save her from self-destruction. Her fellow travelers find out she has a criminal past Read More

Summer Palace

  Country girl Wei leaves her village to attend university in Beijing, where she soon discovers an intense world of sexual freedom. She falls madly in love with Zhou, another Read More

The Family

  The story focuses on three brothers and how they respond to the expectation that they will each marry women whom their grandfather has selected for them.

Black Snow

  Li Huiquan, age 24, has just been released from prison early for “good behavior”. With the help of friends, he manages to get himself back on his feet economically Read More

Yellow Earth

  ‘Yellow Earth’ focuses on the story of a communist soldier who is sent to the countryside to collect folk songs for the Communist Revolution. There he stays with a Read More


  Liu Cheng (Liu Peiqi) is a widowed cook making his living in a small southern town in China. His thirteen-year-old son, Liu Xiaochun (Tang Yun), is a violin prodigy. Read More

Woman Demon Human

  The fictional life and career of a famous actress in Chinese opera, a woman who goes against tradition by specializing in playing male roles, especially that of Zhang Kui, Read More