Based on the most well-known classical fantasy novel of China, Fengshenyanyi, the trilogy is a magnificent eastern high fantasy epic that recreates the prolonged mythical wars between humans, immortals and monsters, which happened more than three thousand years ago.
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Director Wuershan's first movie to hit the theater, The Butcher, the Chef, and the Swordsman, winning the Best New Director of the 48th Golden Horse Film Festival and Awards. In 2012, the second movie he directed was Painted Skin: The Resurrection, which started the New Oriental Fantasy trend in Chinese film industry and broke 12 box office sales records in China. And in 2015, his third movie, Mojin-The Lost Legend, which won the Best Director of the Hundred Flowers Award, is the highest grossing film that was directed by someone from mainland China. See more