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A pathetic minor league Soccer Goalkeeper was given a task - to spend 1 Billion in thirty days, if successful he will get 30 Billion. However, he's not allowed to tell anyone about the task and he must not own any valuables by end of it.
In the Ming dynasty of China, Shen Lian (starring Chang Chen), a secret police of corrupt government, is trapped by the conspiracy on a mission. To prove the innocence, he seeks the truth with a girl called Bei Zhai (starring Yang Mi).
A woman from 2018 and a man from 1999 wake up in the same bed. They discover they can time travel using the bedroom door, and make changes to their eras, but that their destinies may not be in their own hands.
Admittedly, not every filmmaker is a talent like James Cameron or Steven Spielberg, who achieved huge commercial and critical success upon their directorial debuts. But at the very least, a filmmaker should know how to make a passable or decent film. Nowadays in China, those who know nothing about filmmaking, start directing films and keep producing junk. Da Peng is just one of them.
As for this movie, the story is plagiarized from the 2016 movie "Sing" without much modification, many scenes simply look fake though this is not a fantasy or Sci-Fi movie, and most of the actors are miscast in the sense that they know neither singing nor playing instruments. Da Peng may be a brilliant actor, but definitely not a good filmmaker. Please stop making films.
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