Liu Zhi, a young man living a depressed life from his marriage with a dominating girl, met Baober (an ageless young girl) on Beijing street one day. They fell in love and started to live a strange, mysterious life....
Shubei town, southeast China, the present day. Five years after he fled with RMB800,000 (US$125,000) from a bank robbery, Liu Chuan (Huang Jue) returns incognito to the town. Policeman Wang... See full summary »
A response to the only review, Yes, I love this movie, but I am Chinese
The movie is about the life of Xiao Hong. She was the Emily Dickson of China. The scripts are totally rely on her few books A ballad of Hulan. The narrator is exactly reading from her books and her books were loved by so many. It has sentimental value to every mainland Chinese who read her works in text books. Another movie of her life is The golden Era, following almost the same story line, but better produced. I wish you can read her books if you ever want to watch it again. Still, it is a biography with so much respects but falling low on some acting and directing. I'd like to thank you for watching it and writing such a truthful review.
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