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Diqiu zuihou de yewan is a movie starring Wei Tang, Jue Huang, and Sylvia Chang. A man went back to Guizhou, found the tracks of a mysterious woman. He recalls the summer he spent with her twenty years ago.

Genres
Drama, Mystery
Director
Bi Gan
Starring
Hong-Chi Lee, Jue Huang, Wei Tang, Sylvia Chang

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Product details

Genres Drama, Mystery
Director Bi Gan
Writer Bi Gan
Stars Hong-Chi Lee, Jue Huang, Wei Tang, Sylvia Chang
Country China, France
Also Known As Roadside Picnic, Longa Jornada Noite Adentro, Long Day's Journey Into Night, Дуго путовање у ноћ, Largo viaje hacia la noche, Longa Jornada Noite Adentro 3-D, Long Day's Journey into Night, Uzun Bir Günden Geceye Yolculuk, Deikau zeoihau dik jemaan, ロングデイズ・ジャーニー この夜の涯てへ, Ilga dienos kelione i nakti, Un grand voyage vers la nuit, 地球最後的夜晚, Last Night on Earth, Długa podróż dnia ku nocy
Runtime 2 h 18 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A man went back to Guizhou, found the tracks of a mysterious woman. He recalls the summer he spent with her twenty years ago.

Top reviews

Thursday, 01 Oct 2020 11:50

Like an art film, THE HOUSE OF BLUNDERED REBELLION is set in a small, crowded city. It's an old house in a rundown area, the kind that was built in the last days of the 20th century. The kitchen is large and extravagant. The dining room is occupied by a beautiful woman who was once a wealthy woman. She's a tomboy, a tomboy who likes boys. The camera follows her into the city as she makes her fortune, making it her own business to buy and sell women's clothing. But soon, she'll have to let go of her old life and accept her destiny as a widow. What would be a familiar story in Chinese society has been adapted to a Hollywood movie. In the original story, the widow was a princess, a princess who lived a noble life, but became a widow when she could no longer bear the burden of maintaining the house of a princess. The House of Blundered Receptionist is no exception to this, but the movie is well made, with a memorable performance by the beautiful but stern-looking actress Wang Yu. But this is not a happy story, and the story is very sad. The story is told through a series of flashbacks, a series of flashbacks that one sees only briefly and at a later time. There's a slight problem with this technique, however. There is no time to feel the story unfolding, and the story is told in such a way that we see only fragments of it, never the whole story. So, the movie is never really finished. We see glimpses of the past, but we don't see the whole story. But there are many scenes that are worth seeing, and Wang Yu gives one of her best performances. I really like this movie. I think it's a good movie, and one that can be watched by everyone.
Thursday, 03 Sep 2020 11:47

In the era of instant connectivity, digital technology, and the video-game age, the portrayal of Chinese culture in the 20th century is largely irrelevant. The same film could be made from the perspective of the western world, in which the Chinese have, until recently, largely remained a marginalized and misunderstood minority. The question of what makes China great is still a mystery, and, at this time, the obsession with the question has been cultivated by the Communist Party to the point of fanaticism. When I first saw "The Grapes of Wrath" a few years ago, it reminded me of "The Godfather", in that it gave a single portrait of a culture that, as the film suggests, could have been one that "the West" might have used to its advantage, but that, at the time, had been so reduced to poverty that it had become a "barefoot peasant" society. The same could be said of China in the 20th century, as it has become a "barefoot peasant" society. The story, which revolves around the family of the Chinese Prime Minister, is an allegory for the rise of a nation and of the party. The same can be said of the politics of the film, which is about the party. It is the constant struggle between the "pure" and "purer" leaders and the "deviants" that are, in the end, the ones who are considered "pure". A film that is essentially a metaphor for China, a nation that could be more accurately described as the "barefoot peasant" society, the people, and the party that has been oppressed by the "deviants". This film is not the typical Chinese film, in which the hero's protector and his wife are the embodiment of the ideals of the Party. It is a film about a family that is suffering. This is not the film that the Party loves to make. This is a film about a country that was persecuted by the Communists and that, as a result, can only be described as a "barefoot peasant".


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