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(1157) 6.4 154 min 2019

Wo he wo de zu guo is a movie starring Bo Huang, Qianyuan Wang, and Hao Ou. An anthology film consist of 7 short stories directed by several different directors, which are based on 7 moments since the founding of People's Republic...

Bai Qing Xin, Bo Huang, Hao Ou, Qianyuan Wang
Drama, History
Hu Guan, Zheng Xu, Kaige Chen, Hao Ning, Yibai Zhang, Muye Wen, Xiaolu Xue

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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, History
Director Hu Guan, Zheng Xu, Kaige Chen, Hao Ning, Yibai Zhang, Muye Wen, Xiaolu Xue
Writer Luyang Xu, Bululufu, Xiaodan Liu, Ji Zhang, Pei Liu, Mengdi Xiu, Ke Zhang, Xiaolu Xue, Hu Guan, Hua Weilin, Ning Wen, Han Boshi, Rui Ge, Keke He, Wang Ang, Zheng Xu
Stars Bai Qing Xin, Bo Huang, Hao Ou, Qianyuan Wang
Country China
Also Known As Ich und mein Vaterland, 我和我的祖国, Me and My Motherland, 我和我的祖國, 私と私の祖国, My People, My Country
Runtime 2H 34M
Description An anthology film consist of 7 short stories directed by several different directors, which are based on 7 moments since the founding of People's Republic of China.

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Thursday, 28 May 2020 05:47

If you're expecting to see a new-age Kung Fu film like Red Cliff, or any of the countless other recent flicks featuring Asian martial arts action, you're going to be disappointed. But if you are looking for a mature drama that takes its time to build the characters and focus on the themes of love, betrayal, loss, and sacrifice, and you have a free afternoon to kill on a weekend, then by all means, go see "The Long Kiss Goodnight". You won't regret it. The story unfolds as if it were all a dream. You don't have to see it again to catch the details. It's really that simple. This is a great film. It's not a Kung Fu film or a spy film. The action isn't particularly impressive, but it's done well enough that it doesn't distract you from the story. You can't help but be mesmerized by the use of the landscapes and the way they are used in the movie. You can't help but love the art of cinematography in this film. For those of you who aren't familiar with the art of cinematography, I highly recommend watching "Chariots of Fire". It's a very well done film, but "The Long Kiss Goodnight" does not take itself as seriously as "Chariots". I would say the film takes itself much more seriously than Chariots did, but it's not meant to be. I think that's what makes it so enjoyable to watch. You can take it as a dream or a fantasy. I wouldn't compare it to "The Patriot" or any of the other action-oriented movies I've seen recently. I just think it's a great film that I would recommend to anyone who likes good-quality movies.
Monday, 04 May 2020 04:38

THE SEVEN SEVEN (1992) is a film that is so sensitive, so beautiful, and so honest that I do not know where to begin. The cinematography and direction are superb, the acting is superb, and the entire production is superb. The film deals with themes of loss, grief, and suicide, and manages to convey them without resorting to cheap shock tactics. To its credit, this is one of the most touching films I have ever seen. The plot centers around a young girl named Dorothea (Margot Kidder), who had been kidnapped and sold into prostitution. When her kidnapper is released from prison, she and her family are forced to go back to live with her new mother and her new father, but Dorothea's grief and loneliness is a problem that threatens to keep her from growing up. During one of their first visits, Dorothea meets a man named Silas (played by Jason Schwartzman). Dorothea is not very understanding of Silas's influence, and thinks of him as an odd man with strange friends. Despite this, Dorothea soon develops a very strong attachment to him. While this relationship is unsettling to her, Dorothea does not want her to leave Silas, so she remains with him. While Silas is a lonely man, he has a kind heart and a genuine love for Dorothea. Their time together allows Dorothea to gain a deeper understanding of the dangers of loneliness and grief. They experience love, loss, grief, and a growing relationship. During their stay together, they become close friends, and Dorothea is very protective of Silas. One day, Silas walks into Dorothea's room and says, "I'm sorry." In a very heart-wrenching moment, Dorothea responds, "No, no, no, no. You are not sorry." After Dorothea learns that Silas has just killed himself, she takes him back to his house and decides to take him to a local hospital. Dorothea is initially afraid of going to the hospital, but goes to a nearby shop, where she buys a bag of their favorite cookies. After the trip to the hospital, she begins to feel a lot better, and soon she and Silas are planning to get married. This story is based on a true story, and is so moving that I feel I need to write more than just one review. The film manages to convey such a strong emotional reaction from the audience. After I saw the film, I did not want to watch it again. I was touched by this film. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in being moved. The score to this film is brilliant, and is very well-suited to the situation in which the story is being told. If you are interested in a film that will move you, then I

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