Category Archives: Chinese Film Night 中国电影之夜
This hilarious and absurd comedy is immensely popular in China. It portrays two competing scientists and an over-eager tourist visiting Thailand. Shenanigans ensue, but the film all leads to an uplifting conclusion. Despite, or maybe because of, its lack of pretense, the film was a critical success in Asia. It was the first Chinese film…
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This IMAX disaster-drama depicts the 1976 Tangshan Earthquake through the eyes of two children orphaned by the disaster. The film was a critical success in Asia and was considered one of the best Chinese films of 2010. This film will be shown in Breland Room 170A at 7:00 PM.
It is a 2015 comedy film. Comedians Shen Teng and Mai Li star in this film adaptation of the very popular Mainland theater play following the story of a middle-aged loser who finds himself magically transported back to his high school years, enabling him to fix all his life’s mistakes.
A 2004 film by Chinese director Lu Chuan that depicts the struggle between vigilante rangers and bands of poachers in the remote Tibetan region of Kekexili. 中国电影之夜 Breland Hall, Room 170A – 7pm All movies have English subtitles.
A 1999 drama film by Chinese director Zhang Yimou, set in the People’s Republic of China during the 1990s, the film centers on a 13-year-old substitute teacher, Wei Minzhi, in the Chinese countryside. A moving look at the urban-rural divide. 中国电影之夜 Breland Hall, Room 170A – 7pm All movies have English subtitles.
A 2001 Chinese drams film by Sixth Generation Chinese director Wang Xiaoshuai, this is the story of a young man who comes up from countryside to work and another young man who goes to expensive private school and the bicycle they unwillingly share. 中国电影之夜 Breland Hall, Room 170A – 7pm All movies have English subtitles.
2008 ‧ Drama/Action ‧ 2h 30m In ancient China, the emperor of the Han Dynasty allows General Cao Cao (Fengyi Zhang) to declare war against the rebellious southern provinces, with the intention of unifying the entire country. Cao’s large army quickly advances, killing civilians and soldiers alike. To resist Cao, the southern warlords form an…
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