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Da xiang xi di er zuo is a movie starring Yu Zhang, Yuchang Peng, and Uvin Wang. Four people in a Chinese city live through a complicated day as their lives intersect.

Genres
Drama
Director
Bo Hu
Starring
Yuchang Peng, Yu Zhang, Zi Xi, Uvin Wang

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Product details

Genres Drama
Director Bo Hu
Writer Bo Hu
Stars Yuchang Peng, Yu Zhang, Zi Xi, Uvin Wang
Country China
Also Known As Um elefante sentado quieto, An Elephant Sitting Still, 象は静かに座っている, 大象席地而坐, Siedzący słoń, An elephant sitting still, Ένας ελέφαντας στέκεται ακίνητος, Un elefante sentado y quieto
Runtime 3 h 50 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 In the northern Chinese city of Manzhouli, they say there is an elephant that simply sits and ignores the world. Manzhouli becomes an obsession for the protagonists of this film, a longed-for escape from the downward spiral in which they find themselves. Among them is schoolboy Bu, on the run after pushing Shuai down the stairs, who was bullying him previously. Bu's classmate Ling has run away from her mother and fallen for the charms of her teacher. Shuai's older brother Cheng feels responsible for the suicide of a friend. And finally, along with many other characters whose fates are inextricably bound together, there's Mr. Wang, a sprightly pensioner whose son wants to offload him onto a home. In virtuoso visual compositions, the film tells the story of one single suspenseful day from dawn to dusk, when the train to Manzhouli is set to depart.

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Wednesday, 10 Jun 2020 18:28

A few years ago, my wife and I had to choose between going to see a film that we had both been looking forward to, and one that we had both seen, and were both very disappointed in. The first was "Paris, Texas", and the latter was "Lulu's Wedding", and we both enjoyed the former very much. When I found out that the film was based on the novel "The Lady Chatterley" by Diana Butler Bass, I was intrigued. I liked the idea of a woman writing a novel that would eventually make it to the screen. I was also intrigued by the subject matter. The movie was very entertaining. It was a good, entertaining movie, with some excellent performances by many of the main characters. The plot was the plot, but the only thing that drew me in was the title. I read the novel several times before I finally saw the movie. It was very long, but I was very, very drawn in to it. I could see why this story would appeal to many people, and I also liked the message that the author was trying to convey. The story told was about a young woman, a writer, who was unable to have a child, and because of this, she felt that she was alone in her life. She finally decided that she had to do something, so she wrote the book. The movie made me think about the entire theme of writing, and the importance of writing. I thought the performances were excellent, especially that of Ms. Baker. She portrayed a great amount of emotion, and I think she deserved an Oscar nomination for her performance. I thought the casting for the female lead was also great. I thought that the story was a little confusing, but the acting was excellent, and the characters were very interesting. I really liked this movie, and I would recommend it to others.


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