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The Eight Hundred

Ba bai (original title)
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  • 2h 10min
  • War
  • Movie

From the acclaimed filmmaker behind Mr. Six comes a riveting war epic. In 1937, eight hundred Chinese soldiers fight under siege from a warehouse in the middle of the Shanghai battlefield,... See more »

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Status: completed
Status Updated: 14 May 2019

Cast

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Haoming Yu
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Eva
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Italian Journalist Luca
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British Solider / British Citirzen
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French journalist Dave
Drago Lazetich ...
American journalist Tony
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British Army Officer
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French Journalist
Terry Cormier ...
American Journalist
Omer Yuzuak ...
Journalist

Directed by

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Hu Guan

Written by

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Kun Hu ... ()

Music by

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Rupert Gregson-Williams
Andrew Kawczynski

Sound Department

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Miguel Calvo ... sound effects editor
Kang Fu ... re-recording mixer / supervising sound editor
Roberto H.G. ... sound effects editor
Sergio López-Eraña ... background sound editor
Steve Miller ... re-recording mixer / supervising sound effects editor
Pablo Áset ... sound effects editor

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Jason Troughton ... special effects supervisor

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Abhishek Amin ... Lead LookDev TD: Dneg
Paul Arion ... global head of layout: DNEG
Rebecca Bogert ... visual effects artist: Rising Sun Pictures
Andrew Cadey ... cg fx supervisor
Tim Crosbie ... visual effects supervisor
Danop Dharmaraksa ... postvis producer The Monk Films
John Dietz ... visual effects: BangBang
Paddy Eason ... on set visual effects supervisor
Josh Ellem ... digital matte painter
Oniel Fernandes ... 2d compositing supervisor
Michael Furniss ... visual effects
Catarina Gonçalves ... DNEG: compositor
Will Hackett ... compositor
Julian Hutchens ... cg supervisor: Rising Sun Pictures
Jacek Irzykowski ... digital matte painter: Fin Design
Kulbhushan Kale ... digital compositor
Mark Koval ... visual effects coordinator
Mateusz Krzastek ... senior compositor: Rising Sun Pictures
Linda Luong ... visual effects producer: Fin Design + Effects
Shawn McCarten ... Lighting Artist: Rising Sun Pictures
Sophie Newton ... assistant colourist: DNEG
David Orman ... data manager: Fin Design
Lucie Parola ... Production Manager
Emily Pead ... Visual Effects Production Manager
Dylan Penhale ... Head of IT: Fin
Ganesh Poojari ... build supervisor: Double Negative
Indreep Raha ... visual effects artist: DNEG
Dean Richichi ... digital compositor
Norberto Ritter ... digital matte painter
Ryan D. Romero ... digital artist: IMAX Version
Angelika Schierz ... VFX talent consultant
Shaik Shanawaz ... Lookdev TD: DNEG
Ankur Singh ... Modeller: DNEG
Anthony Smith ... head of 2d: Rising Sun Pictures
Chris Spry ... Visual Effects Executive Producer
Sukesh G. Tambi ... dneg: Lighting and Lookdev TD
John Toth ... digital compositor: rising sun pictures
Joe Tsung-Yu Wu ... visual effects artist
Nova Zheng ... visual effects coordinator

Music Department

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Lyubomir Denev Jr. ... conductor
Ron Korb ... musician: woodwinds
Ladd McIntosh ... lead orchestrator
Jon Monroe ... composer: additional music
Michael Patterson ... music scoring mixer
Hal Rosenfeld ... featured musician: drums and percussion / orchestrator
Jill Streater ... head of uk music preparation
Jessica Weiss ... additional music
Derrick Werlé ... orchestrator

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Also Known As
  • The Eight Hundred (United States)
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  • 130 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Originally scheduled to premiere June 15, 2019, but called off one day earlier, citing 'technical difficulty', with premiere date unannounced. Media argued the cancellation was due to producers' lack of political sensitivity. This year marked 70th anniversary of Communist Party victory against the Nationalists, while the movie depicted Nationalist bravery instead of praising Communists. The producer company's stock price also fell by 8% the day the premiere was called off. See more »

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