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Hai tan (1984)

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Credited cast:
Gong-jian Du ...
A Cheng
Jian Gao ...
Silly Mu Gen
Xinchang Gao ...
Dong A'jian
Xia-jing Li ...
Ju Hua
Lu Xiao Mei
Wei Liu ...
Xu Yan
Yuzhen Qiu ...
Old Manli's wife
Zongwan Wei ...
Old Manli
Cai-gen Xu ...
Hotel doorman
Qing-zu Zhang ...
Hua Jiao Wenzi
Xiaorui Zhao ...
Jin Geng
Zhijun Zhou ...
Dong Xiaomao
Yin Zhu ...
Fu Youru
Jian-de Zuo ...
Uncle De Shun


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A first step away from the typical political propaganda
13 February 2004 | by See all my reviews

The literal translation of the title of this film is: the Beach.

This movie made in the early era of the reforms in China is one of first that moved away from the typical political propaganda that dominated Chinese films for so long. The plot revolves around the beach and it is a drama, not the common political propaganda issues such as boosting productivity or upholding Party principles. Although the drama was not as good as those in the west, but this film still deserves some credit for bringing in something new in the Chinese film industry.

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