#FUuumovies | All Systems Operational Normally

Watch Nan Fang Che Zhan De Ju Hui

(2737) 6.9 113 min 2019

Nan Fang Che Zhan De Ju Hui is a movie starring Ge Hu, Lun-Mei Kwei, and Fan Liao. A gangster on the run sacrifices everything for his family and a woman he meets while on the lam.

Starring
Regina Wan, Fan Liao, Ge Hu, Lun-Mei Kwei
Genres
Drama, Crime
Director
Yi'nan Diao

Disclaimer: This site does not store any files.

Product details

Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Crime
Director Yi'nan Diao
Writer Yi'nan Diao
Stars Regina Wan, Fan Liao, Ge Hu, Lun-Mei Kwei
Country China, France
Also Known As O lago do ganso selvagem, Η Λίμνη με τις Αγριόχηνες, Il lago delle oche selvatiche, 南方车站的聚会, 南方車站的聚會, O Lago dos Gansos Selvagens, The Wild Goose Lake, Le lac aux oies sauvages, Gathering at the Southern Stop, 鵞鳥湖の夜, Nanfang chezhan de juhui, Nan fang che zhan de ju hui, El lago del ganso salvaje, Jezioro dzikich gęsi
Runtime 1H 53M
Description A gangster on the run sacrifices everything for his family and a woman he meets while on the lam.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020 19:19

THE LIFE OF DEATH is a stylish and intelligent western set in China during the 1920s. The film follows the adventures of one of the best known of the Nationalist Party, a young man named Liang Tong (Li Gong). He is hired to take care of a young girl (Chen Ching) who has been brought to live with her father and the family of a wealthy man (Chow Yang). The girl is too young to be a prostitute but is nonetheless captured by her father and later married to him. As the film progresses, we learn that Liang Tong's life is very much a story of struggle. The film explores the interaction between men and women in a society where both are not given equal status. It is clear that women are considered as second-class citizens and their status is denied. As a result, the film focuses on the social position of women in a society that still has some way to go to equal the status of men. This is especially evident when we see the relationship between the father and the girl and their relationship is not as pure as the father's and the father's daughter's relationship. The film is a reflection of the tensions between the male and female roles in society. Women's rights are not granted in China as it is expected that they are to be subservient and support the male. However, in the film, Liang Tong's struggle is to fight for the rights of women to be treated equally to men. In addition to being a great story, the film is also very well-made. It is highly stylized and is very colorful. The photography is very well done. The sound is also very good and adds to the realism of the film. The acting is very good. Chow Yang is fantastic as the ruthless and powerful father and Li Gong is also very good. The film is visually impressive and the film is very well-edited. This film is also very well-made and the story is well-told. In conclusion, THE LIFE OF DEATH is a great film about the struggle of a woman to fight for equal status. I highly recommend this film to anyone who enjoys a good film and an interesting film. This film is a very good film.
Saturday, 13 Jun 2020 16:40

If you've seen "The Monuments Men", you know exactly what you're getting into. It's about a bunch of German soldiers who get stuck in a medieval European town, and when the town is taken over by the Germans, they are given the task of finding the local art treasures and placing them in museums all over the world. The story is one that you're going to want to see, as you're going to want to see how the men deal with their new situation and find out what they have to do to survive. I found this movie to be extremely good, and I think that it's one of the best movies I've seen in a long time. There are several things that I really enjoyed about this movie, and the first thing that I really enjoyed was how they portrayed the characters. The characters in the movie were all incredibly believable, and you could actually feel for their pain and anguish. The actors did a fantastic job in portraying the soldiers, and their emotions were real, and I really felt sorry for the characters as well as for them. Another thing I really enjoyed about this movie is the music. I've heard the song "I'm in Love" a few times, and it's been in many movies, and it's one of my favorite songs of all time. I also liked the lyrics for this song, and it really fit the mood of the movie. Finally, the fight scenes in this movie are amazing. They were very well-done, and I think that they were just as good as the ones in "The Monuments Men". I highly recommend this movie to anyone who likes historical movies, and if you're a big fan of "The Monuments Men", then I think that you should definitely give this movie a shot. I give it an 8/10.
Friday, 05 Jun 2020 14:18

A dark, stylish and violent, a film in the vein of Tarantino's Kill Bill, but in a nutshell a good film. Hong Kong Cinema in the 90's was a wild roller-coaster of innovative and stylistic film-making. My personal favorite was this film, whose plot is a tale of two sisters who are sisters, and who are separated by different parents. One of the sisters, Laura (Thao Nguyen) is the shy one and the other, Gretchen (Carolyn Cheung), is the more outgoing and outgoing one. Laura is more popular, and often gets attention from the other. Gretchen's parents are very supportive of her sister, and are also more caring of her sister than their own parents. However, as time goes on, Gretchen is becoming more popular and she soon finds herself in a place she never expected to be, and is at a point where she cannot go back. When Gretchen's sister, Mai (Maggie Cheung), finds out about this, she tries to take her to the police. The police believe that Laura is a runaway, and is being used as a pawn in the secret love affair between her and Gretchen's dad, but they are being set up by Mai, who is an undercover cop. They end up in a dangerous game of cat and mouse, where Gretchen tries to get Laura back. When Gretchen finds out about Mai's true identity, and begins to question her sanity, she tries to fight back. She believes that she has no choice but to do whatever it takes to protect Laura. I really like the plot of this film, the way it is told. There are many elements that I have seen in other films and this one seems like a unique film. The plot is that there is a love affair between two sisters, and the one who is popular has to give up her love, and the one who is quiet and sensitive is forced to leave her friends behind to go to a place she never thought she would be, and she soon realizes that she is in a place where she has no choice but to do what she must do. It's a very interesting plot, and has a few different twists and turns. The other main element is the cinematography. The cinematography is done with a lot of passion, and it looks really good. It has a great sense of style and atmosphere. The characters are portrayed well. Laura's sister is portrayed as being a naive, innocent person who is unaware of what's going on around her. Gretchen's sister is portrayed as a controlling, strong, and cunning person who always seems to know what's going on around her. This film is very stylistic, but I think that it is very well made. The score is done by Danny Wong, who has done many great films, including Avatar, and the film also has a nice musical score. There is a very good mix of genres in this film. It's one of those films that will appeal to those who are fans of the genre, and also those who are fans of Asian cinema. It is very stylish and stylish. This film is very stylistic and stylish, and it is a very good film. I recommend this film to people who like Asian cinema. This film is very stylish and stylish, and it is a very good film.


Write a review