One day young countryside girl Han Bing decides that she had enough. She packs her bag and takes the train to Shanghai to pursue her dream of becoming a pop star. She moves in with her ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Zhou Li ...
Han Bing
Yulai Lu ...
Du Lei
Lu Senbao ...
Han Zhiping
Dawai Zhang ...
Mr. Shen
Hong Sun ...
Liu Yikun
Tyana Sazonova ...
Tyana
Guoping Liu ...
Stepdad
Tian Tian ...
Melinda
Jie Song ...
Jury woman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Yuan Gao ...
Liu's Man B
Yiqi Hu ...
Girl B
Jinfu Huangfu ...
Liu's Man A
Tzu-Chiang Lee ...
Jury Member A
Wei Liu ...
Taxi Driver
Jing Sha ...
Girl A
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One day young countryside girl Han Bing decides that she had enough. She packs her bag and takes the train to Shanghai to pursue her dream of becoming a pop star. She moves in with her uncle who is not at all happy with his niece getting into the competitive music industry. But Han Bing can't resist the temptations of fame and success. She starts working her way up to the top, not realizing she's becoming someone she is not. Finally she sees that she's failed the ones who really care for her, but is there a way back. Written by Oscar Petersson

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She came to Shanghai to become a star...no matter what!

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11 August 2009 (USA)  »

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Wu lun ru he  »

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$500,000 (estimated)
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Very pleasant surprise
25 July 2009 | by (Finland) – See all my reviews

I picked up this movie because it seemed to have a different refreshing theme compared to other recent Chinese movies i've come across. And not only was i not disappointed - the movie was even better than i expected. I admit i know extremely little about Chinese culture, but i immediately identified with the young woman's struggle to live her dream to be a singer. The film also had a lot of subtle suspense all throughout the movie which made every minute interesting. Also, the cast and directing was fantastic. Having never been to China i can't say much about how realistic this movie is, i perceived it a bit as both of a realistic drama and a fairy tale at the same time. I definitely recommend this movie to everyone who like music and want to see some of both the upsides and downsides of being an artist. The feeling left me with very much of a feel-good feeling.


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