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Dong ci bian wei (2001)


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Credited cast:
Zhao Hong
Quiang Yu


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Drama | Romance




Release Date:

3 August 2001 (Switzerland)  »

Also Known As:

Conjugation  »

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A car near the beginning of the film features a prominent blue license plate of a type introduced in 1992. The film takes place in 1989. See more »

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No more sympathy.
6 January 2006 | by See all my reviews

Chinese people will tell you this film is about Fourth June, with mysterious facial expression and seducing voice. Made in an abnormal country where people live abnormally, this not-so-abnormal film, which is certainly forbidden in China, has become a legend.

Several years ago I watched this film in Hong Kong. I was touched, indeed I assumed myself touched. Should you not? It is about 1989 Tianmen, and in the following one and a half decade this is the only filmic drama to say something about an event deeply shaped Chinese psyche.

Now let the politics pass away. I can see this maiden film, though adorable, is quite basic, provides little artistic excitement. Why it attracts attentions tell us more about its circumstance than itself. I only feel what an idiotic, pathetic country China it is and this film is somehow less coward but no more. The film as well that country, knowing it more, you have lesser sympathy, finally you see all the tragedies rather comic.

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