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The Equation of Love and Death

PosterThe Equation of Love and Death (lǐ mǐ de cāi xiǎng 李米的猜想), also called Aishichang (ài shì cháng 爱逝偿) is a 2008 Chinese dramatic film written and directed by Cao Baoping (cáo bǎo píng 曹保平) and starring Zhou Xun (zhōu xùn 周迅). The film is a Chinese Huayi Brothers (huá yì xiōng dì 华谊兄弟) and Hong Kong (xiāng gǎng 香港) co-production. It is Cao's second solo feature after 2006's Trouble Makers (jué duì qíng gǎn 绝对情感). This time, the film concentrates on small potatos: strange woman bus driver, countrified “criminals”, a serious policeman and a mysterious handsome guy. This is not a mysterious movie but a movie reflecting the simple and pure love, distressed and touched, which is just  around our daily life.

Last Updated on Monday, 31 August 2009 11:30
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Painted Skin

                     
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Painted Skin (huà pí 画皮) is based on one of Pu Songling' s classic short stories in Stories from the Strange Studio .

Painted Skin is Ningxia Film Studio's first shot since adopting this strategy. In the 1970s, Hong Kong released a horror film telling the same story. That film is considered as a classic, and the scene depicting the fox painted the human skin as its mask was regarded as the most thrilling scene by many audiences. This time, to attract more people to see the new version, the film was tried a new twist to the ancient story, by transforming the ghost tale into a romantic love story.

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Infernal Affairs

 

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Infernal Affairs 
( wú jiān dào 无间道 ) is a 2002 Hong Kong crime-thriller film directed by Andrew Lau ( líu wěi qiáng 刘伟强 ) and Alan Mak ( mài zhào huī  麦兆辉 ). It tells the story of a police officer who infiltrates the crime gang, and a police mole secretly working for the same gang. The Chinese title means "the non-stop path", a reference to Avici, the lowest level of hell in Buddhism. The English title is a word play combining the law enforcement term 'internal affairs' with the adjective Infernal.

Last Updated on Monday, 03 August 2009 09:48
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Red Cliff

Red Cliff (赤壁), alternatively known as The Battle of Red Cliff, is a two-episode Chinese epic film based on the Battle of Red Cliffs and events during the Three Kingdoms period in Ancient China. The first episode is expected to be released in 2008. The film is directed by John Woo and stars Tony Leung Chiu-Wai, Takeshi Kaneshiro, Zhang Fengyi, Chang Chen, Hu Jun, Lin Chi-ling and Zhao Wei. With an estimated budget of US$80 million,The Battle of Red Cliff is the most expensive Asian-financed film to date.
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Farewell My Concubine

Farewell My Concubine

Deserving of its award at Cannes and of its prominent position in 1993's New York Film Festival, Farewell My Concubine (bà wáng bié jī 霸王别姬), a 1993 Chinese film directed by Chen Kaige (chén kǎi gē 陈凯歌), is one of the central works of the Fifth Generation Movement that brought Chinese film directors to world attention. Initially banned in China but shown to international acclaim, Chen Kaige's film is one of the year's true masterpieces.

Last Updated on Thursday, 27 August 2009 16:48
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CHINA NATIONAL FILM MUSEUM (zhōng guó diàn yǐng bó wù guǎn 中国电影博物馆 CNFM) is to date the world’s largest professional museum. Founded in 2005 in celebration of 100 years of Chinese cinema, CNFM is designed to showcase the history of Chinese cinema, to host film technology expos, and many academic exchanges and research in order to advance cinema culture both in China and worldwide.

Last Updated on Thursday, 07 May 2009 11:25
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