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UFO in Her Eyes (2011)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 13 June 2012 (USA)
A mysterious Chinese peasant woman one day claims she has seen a UFO, from that day the world turns to upside down. The film is a metaphoric political satire on post-Mao era China.

Director:

Xiaolu Guo

Writers:

Xiaolu Guo (screenplay), Pamela Casey (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview:
Ke Shi Ke Shi ... Kwok Yun
Udo Kier ... Steve Frost
Mandy Zhang Mandy Zhang ... Chief Chang
Y. Peng Liu Y. Peng Liu ... Bicycle Repairman
Zhou Lan Zhou Lan ... Teacher (as Z. Lan)
Massela Wei Massela Wei ... Secretary Zhao
Li Dou Li Dou ... Old Kwok
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A Beijing Police officer comes down to Three-headed-bird village to investigate the UFO sighting. Through his point of view, the village's collective portraits are depicted and their tragic destiny unfolds. What kind of future the villagers face, what future China heads to? Written by Anonynmous

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Comedy | Drama

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Country:

Germany

Language:

Mandarin | English

Release Date:

13 June 2012 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Azt gondolta UFO See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Quotes

Chief Chang: We China used to circle around Soviet, now we circle around USA.
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Wild is the Wind
Performed by Udo Kier
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Intriguing, Alluring and Whimsical
17 March 2018 | by Raven-1969See all my reviews

In the rugged hills of developing China contrasts, changes and contradictions are rife. Such are fodder for the satirical wit of writer/director Xiaolu Guo. No one, save for the natural world - thank goodness, escapes her jests. Her story unfolds in a Twain-like manner. In a flash of light a mysterious object appears in the countryside. Many interpret this event in their own selfish ways and attempt to turn competing visions into cash or advantage. Guo gets closer to the truth about modern day China than the presumptive, authoritative and vague official reports and so called "news" that emanate from China today. As expected with a film budget that is smaller than most, there are some awkward moments and the film could do better with more depth, yet Guo's story is intriguing, alluring and whimsical. I especially like (and won't give away too much) the colorful, warm and empathetic ending which is analogous to what life really arises to.


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