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King of Peking (2017)

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When home entertainment enters the market in 90s Beijing, a former projectionist ropes his young son into starting their own pirate movie company, but easy money comes with its own price tag.

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Sam Voutas

Writer:

Sam Voutas
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Cast overview:
Jun Zhao Jun Zhao ... Big Wong
Wang Naixun Wang Naixun ... Little Wong
Qing Han Qing Han ... Lei Lin
Si Chao Si Chao ... Liu Feng
Bowen Geng Bowen Geng ... Guard Wen
Long Yi Long Yi ... Wu Fan
Min Zhou Min Zhou ... Secondhand store owner
Yi Qin Yi Qin ... Businessman on train
Changxin Fan Changxin Fan ... Bowl cut guy
Maishun Cao Maishun Cao ... Old Li
Wei Ai Wei Ai ... Pancake seller
Lishan Feng Lishan Feng ... Cinema slacker
Zhongli Zheng Zhongli Zheng ... Narrator
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When home entertainment enters the market in 90s Beijing, a former projectionist ropes his young son into starting their own pirate movie company, but easy money comes with its own price tag.

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Comedy | Drama

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China | USA | Australia

Language:

Mandarin

Release Date:

20 April 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Jing Cheng Zhi Wang See more »

Filming Locations:

Hebei Province, China

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hilarious account of early 1990s China
9 October 2017 | by mtemelkovSee all my reviews

Saw this movie yesterday (it was screened in London as an entry in the Longon Film Festival). It's hilarious, so I hope it becomes available to a wider audience soon - most probably in digital format as the director said during the Q&A. The exchanges between Big Wong and his son Little Wong are priceless, but the rest of the cast are spot on as well.


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