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Yin he bu xi ban is a movie starring Chao Deng, Yu Bai, and Suxi Ren. When his space shuttle flight has an accident, an astronaut remembers the lessons his father taught him growing up.

Genres
Drama
Director
Baimei Yu, Chao Deng
Starring
Xi Wang, Yu Bai, Suxi Ren, Chao Deng

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Product details

Genres Drama
Director Baimei Yu, Chao Deng
Writer Baimei Yu
Stars Xi Wang, Yu Bai, Suxi Ren, Chao Deng
Country China
Also Known As Looking Up, 銀河補習班, Galaxy Crammers, 银河补习班
Runtime 2 h 27 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 When his space shuttle flight has an accident, an astronaut remembers the lessons his father taught him growing up.

Top reviews

Sunday, 18 Oct 2020 21:08

In his debut feature film, Zhong Ji has succeeded in capturing the ambiance of the '60s through his depiction of the lives of four well-to-do, middle-class women. Hiding their identities from the eyes of the world, they live their lives like a typical family, adoring each other and drawing attention from others with their eccentricities. As I watched this film, I could not help but feel like a teenager again, playing a role in a movie that I can feel no distinct advantage in, yet be amused by. And though I did not exactly see the characters as of today, I can imagine that they were, at least, a little bit different than I am now. I cannot help but feel that the '60s are the decade of 'personalization' and 'authenticity', a decade of characters playing it safe, characters that have been out-frozen by the events that shaped the decade. I imagine that it was a revolutionary decade for those who followed this decade, especially for those who were younger, or for those who were part of a generation who did not participate in the decade. But there are some things about the characters that I still remember, even though I cannot quite identify them. I have some kind of empathy with two of the characters, as I do with almost every single character. Both are pretty smart and pretty wise for their age, but they don't have the perspective that many others in their situation have. This is the great strength of Zhong Ji's film, and it has allowed me to like it. There is no particular characterization to it, but I still have some sympathy for it. I don't know if it is because of the kind of woman I admire, or because I feel like I was born in a different era, but I find it hard to relate to the characters of Zhong Ji, even if I try my hardest. It is a shame that a film like this is not really on the big screen, though it deserves a lot more recognition than it gets.
Wednesday, 05 Aug 2020 00:49

As mentioned in the other comments, the only movie in China that I've seen in this year is the more recent Ma Yimou. I saw Ma Yimou at the Beijing International Film Festival, which is, I believe, the first of its kind in China, and it was a truly spectacular and unforgettable experience. Watching Ma Yimou was nothing short of breathtaking. While watching it, I realized that China is a country that is only concerned with artistic representations, and it just isn't about the original story. Ma Yimou is the story of a young boy from a rural town who has a friendship with a girl from the city. While he is studying in a college in the city, he feels alone and is lonely. He meets a girl who shares the same passion, and the two of them try to build a relationship with each other. During the time he is away from his family, he comes to know how to speak English and thinks about the love of a girl. Throughout the years, he tries to learn English, but he has difficulty with it. There are many instances where he has trouble with the language, and he doesn't want to be different from his friends, especially the girl who he doesn't even know. Meanwhile, a student from the city begins to see the man from the countryside. She comes to see him because he is a student who has a similar education as hers, but she doesn't think much about it. The film itself is another matter. While it is a beautifully crafted film, I think the movie is not about the love story of the boy from the countryside, but about the love story of the man who is part of that story. It is more about the historical period where the story is set, and it is a very fascinating story that shows that there was a revolution that shook the whole country. The film is about how the story can be changed if the students, including the boy, can love and communicate with each other. The movie could've been a whole lot better had the romance been added in. In addition, there were times when the story was very dry and boring. I think that the director and the production team did a wonderful job of making the movie to be as beautiful as possible. While watching the movie, I felt that there are a lot of things I wanted to say, but I couldn't find the words to express them. The beauty of the movie is that it is truly a masterpiece and must be seen in order to be understood. While watching the movie, I realized that there is a lot of pain in the past, but there is no matter how you look at it, there is a lot of pain in the present. I felt that the director, the production team, and the whole crew did an outstanding job of making the movie a masterpiece.
Saturday, 18 Jul 2020 21:12

The warlord Leung Chun-ying (Wong Jing) is wanted by the government for war crimes and infanticide. Instead of turning himself in, he agrees to an arranged marriage to a lowly street girl. After the girl's mother dies, Leung Chun-ying is forced to take his new bride to his hometown in the hills. There, he finds a devastated community and witnesses the birth of a child. The child is a girl, who, after being cared for by the villagers, quickly proves to be a valuable asset to the community. But a series of events, including a dowry of the girl's father, threaten the entire community. The Village is a drama with strong performances, often overshadowing the story itself. The film is told from the point of view of the village, but, since we know the circumstances of the conflict, the perspectives are quite varied. The villagers of the village, for instance, are portrayed as complex human beings and we are treated to a range of emotions. Yet, in the end, the village does prevail and is able to defend the child and her parents against the ruthless army of soldiers and the criminals who still inhabit the village. The Village is a powerful drama that also has a political message. The government in China has been portrayed as one that promotes violence, especially when it comes to the countryside. The government, therefore, has been a focal point in the story and it is this tension that makes the conflict more real and makes the ending to the story more shocking. Overall, The Village is a very good film that is in the same category as Easy Virtue and The Peaceful Valley.
Thursday, 30 Apr 2020 16:05

There are several reasons why I love this film. The first is the way it is shot. It is a film that uses very little visual trickery to make it seem like it is in a different time and place. The camera is very much on the subject of the story and is not moving to much. The camera is almost always in front of the actors. It is a very slow film and you will almost always know when something is about to happen. The second reason is the acting. The acting is very good. The lead character is played by Wei Yi (or Wei Yi, as he is sometimes called) who has made a name for himself as a great actor in China. He is the most famous Chinese actor of his generation and was nominated for an Oscar. The film is about him and his struggles to make his family happy. The main character in the film is played by Lin-Chi Kuo (who is better known as John Goodman in the TV series "Nurse Betty") who is a famous poet and writer. The film is a portrait of his life and his struggles with his mother. The film is also a portrait of his brother. Lin-Chi Kuo has always been known for his acting. He has always played the same role in different films and he is known for being a very strong actor. This film is not the best of his films, but it is very good. I recommend this film to anyone who likes a film about a family and the struggle of a family. This film is also a film about the hardships of the Chinese people, which is a common theme in Chinese films. I would like to thank the director and the producers for making this film. I also recommend this film to anyone who enjoys Chinese films and a good story.


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