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All Tomorrow's Parties (2003)
"Mingri tianya" (original title)

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In a future century, after the apocalypse, Gui Dao dynasty controls continental Asia. Zhuai and his younger brother Mian are captured and sent to "Prosperity Camp" for reeducation. They ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Yong-won Cho ...
Xuelan
Yi'nan Diao ...
Xiao Zhuai
Ren Na ...
Lanlan
Wei Wei Zhao ...
Xiao Mian
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In a future century, after the apocalypse, Gui Dao dynasty controls continental Asia. Zhuai and his younger brother Mian are captured and sent to "Prosperity Camp" for reeducation. They soon discover that the camp's aim is to brainwash people with propaganda. Five years later, there's a change in government and they are free again. Zhuai falls in love for the beautiful Xuelan and together they take her to an old industrial city, now deserted. They get themselves a place to live in an abandoned apartment and try to rediscover the little pleasures of life. Written by lukejoplin@infolink.com.br

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28 April 2004 (France)  »

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French visa # 109381 delivered on 20-1-2004. See more »

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dear lee.
29 March 2006 | by (Mexico) – See all my reviews

obviously this movie is not for every kind of audience, the lack of content you see.. is proportional to you very occidental mind. of course you need some philosophical background to actually understand the subtleness of oriental culture, i am afraid you needed to do some research before making any judgments. Not every person in the world thinks the way American people do, so be open to possibilities.

I saw it yesterday and I was overwhelmed with the beauty in the narrative of the story. The director had a very unique way of making you feel what he wanted you to feel. Some things you may not understand if you don't have some historical background or if you don't know the meaning of Chinese symbols etc. Its quite good.


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