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Watch new trailer for Zhang Yimou’s romantic historical drama ‘Coming Home’

9 June 2015 9:57 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

American romantic dramas could take a lesson or two from foreign films. A new trailer for Zhang Yimou’s (House of Flying DaggersRaise the Red Lantern) latest film was released by Sony Pictures Classics. Here’s the synopsis:

Lu Yanshi (Chen Daoming) and Feng Wanyu (Gong Li) are a devoted couple forced to separate when Lu is arrested and sent to a labor camp as a political prisoner, just as his wife is injured in an accident. Released during the last days of the Cultural Revolution, he finally returns home only to find that his beloved wife has amnesia and remembers little of her past. Unable to recognize Lu, she patiently waits for her husband’s return. A stranger alone in the heart of his broken family, Lu Yanshi determines to resurrect their past together and reawaken his wife’s memory.

Based on the book by Geling YanComing Home »

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Watch The Trailer For Zhang Yimou’s Coming Home

9 June 2015 2:16 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Sony Pictures Classics has released the exquisite first trailer for Zhang Yimou’s Coming Home, opening in New York and Los Angeles September 9th.

Lu Yanshi (Chen Daoming) and Feng Wanyu (Gong Li) are a devoted couple forced to separate when Lu is arrested and sent to a labor camp as a political prisoner, just as his wife is injured in an accident. Released during the last days of the Cultural Revolution, he finally returns home only to find that his beloved wife has amnesia and remembers little of her past. Unable to recognize Lu, she patiently waits for her husband’s return.

A stranger alone in the heart of his broken family, Lu Yanshi determines to resurrect their past

together and reawaken his wife’s memory

The film was an official selection at the Cannes Film Festival 2014 and the Toronto International Film Festival 2014.

One of the most important and influential filmmakers in China, »

- Michelle McCue

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‘Coming Home’ Trailer: Zhang Yimou Serves Up an Historical Romance

9 June 2015 6:30 AM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Sony Pictures Classics has unveiled the new trailer for Coming Home, the historical romance from director Zhang Yimou (Raise the Red Lantern, Hero). Based on the novel by Geling Yan, Coming Home centers on a married couple, Lu Yanshi (Chen Daoming) and Feng Wanyu (Gong Li), who are separated when the former is sent to a labor […]

The post ‘Coming Home’ Trailer: Zhang Yimou Serves Up an Historical Romance appeared first on /Film. »

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Film Review: ‘The Left Ear’

4 May 2015 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Enduring emotional ordeals that sometimes seem as grueling as the Long March, the teenage protags in the mainland Chinese youth meller “The Left Ear” lose everything — parents, lovers, money, virginity, and even their hearing. Thanks to the vitality of a daisy-fresh cast and the sensitive touch of Taiwanese idol-turned-helmer Alec Su (“The Message,” “Sweet Alibis”), they survive a florid plot to emerge as full-fledged characters. Brimming with sincerity and less trashy than many of its counterparts, the pic opened at home with a resounding $8 million-plus and has gone on to earn more than $65.2 million in 10 days; it could well speak to young auds in other Chinese-language territories.

“The Left Ear” reps the first screen adaptation of a trilogy by Rao Xueman, the mainland maven of youth literature credited with popularizing a genre that dwells on damaged psyches and the acute pain of growing up. This is nothing new to readers of Japanese shojo manga, »

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