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Ye Ying - Le promeneur d'oiseau (2013)

The story of an elderly man and his granddaughter who walk together through China with a bird in a cage.

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Zhu Zhi Gen (Grandfather) (as Li Bao Tian)
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Ren Quan Ying (Mother) (as Xiao Ran Li)
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Xin Yi Yang ...
Rui Ying Li ...
Professeur de dance (dance teacher)
Huan Huan Wei ...
Secrétaire de Chong Yi (Ching Yi's secretary)
Jie Liu ...
Vieil homme de parc (Old man in the park)
Jian Lan Shi ...
Lan
Zong Shun Yao ...
Li Feng Shu
Ni Suo ...
Animatrice
Yue Hai Huang ...
Chauffeur du bus (bus driver)
Jun Neng Liang ...
Paysan (peasant)
Jin Li Wu ...
Pecheur (fisherman)
Peng Liang Yang ...
A Lang
Jin Huo Yang ...
Mei Jiang
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The story of an elderly man and his granddaughter who walk together through China with a bird in a cage.

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6 November 2015 (USA)  »

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Le rossignol  »

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Official submission of China to the best foreign language film category of the 87th Academy Awards 2015. See more »

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Ne lache pas ma main
Written by Philippe Muyl and Anne-Sophie Versnaeyen
Performed by Vanessa Cailhol with Alban Sautour on guitar
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Incredibly sweet blend of fast and slow China
19 May 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw this film at the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) and I really enjoyed the story as well as the views of rural and village China. I travel in China myself by long distance bus and (not speed) train, the portrayal seemed very genuine and sincere as well as the scenes of village life. The shots of the environment were breathtaking and the exploration of the value of being "unplugged" and connected to family and roots was just beautiful. I did find it interesting that they translated "QQ" to "Skype"... I understand why but... I suppose there wasn't a better option. Anyway, I would highly recommend this film for anyone who is a lover of travel within China or is interested modern Chinese culture and scenery. The vocabulary is great for those learning Mandarin, too.


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