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Category: Chinese Movie

Seven Swords

Seven Swords. In the early 1600’s, the Manchurians have taken over sovereignty of China and established the Ching Dynasty. While many nationalist revolts still brew within the martial artists’ community, the newly set-up government immediately imposes a Martial Arts Ban, forbidding the practice of martial arts altogether in order to gain control and order. Wind Fire (Sun Hong-Lei), a surrendered military official from the previous dynasty, sees this as an opportunity to make a fortune for himself by helping to execute the new law. Greedy, cruel, and immoral, Wind Fire ravages the North-western China, and his next goal is to attack the final frontier, Martial Village. Fu Qingzhu, a retired executioner from the previous dynasty, feels the need to put a stop to this brutality and sets out to save Bowei Fortress. He brings Wu Yuanyin and Han Zhiban from the village with him to Mount Heaven to seek help from Master Shadow-Glow, a hermit who is a master of swords and leads a group of disciples of great swordsmanship. Master Shadow-Glow agrees to help, and orders four of his best disciples to go. Together with Chu Zhaonan, Yang Yunchong, Mulong, and Xin Longzi, the SEVEN SWORDS is formed and their heroic journey begins. As they lead the entire village to the road of a safer place, they begin to encounter mysterious confusion. Food and water is poisoned, and trails of escape are marked with signs leading the enemy to them. They soon realize that there is an undercover spy, and the SEVEN SWORDS must identify him/her before Wind Fire’s army gets to them. Between this narrow gap of life and death, the situation is further complicated by the blossoms of love.

Lost in Beijing

Ping Guo / Lost in Beijing (2007) is a Chinese movie. Every year, China’s turbulent economic expansion tempts thousands of impoverished peasants to the prosperous region surrounding the capital of Beijing. The promise of higher wages and an attractive modern lifestyle prompts many a migrant to burn their bridges. This story is focus on Liu Ping Guo and An Kun, her husbandm, who have recently made the pilgrimage. Having both found jobs, they now earn enough to lead a modest life.

He Fengming

He Fengming / Chronicle of a Chinese Woman is a Chinese documentary movie. Winter in China, an old woman walks slowly through a housing complex to her apartment. Inside, He Fengming settles into her armchair and her memories take us back to 1949, through 30 years of her life and of New China.

Summer Palace

Summer Palace is a Chinese romance movie. Setting in China, 1989, Yu Hong leaves her village, her family and her boyfriend to study in Beijing, where she discovers a world of intense sexual and emotional experimentation, and falls madly in love with fellow student Zhou Wei. Their relationship becomes one of dangerous games, as all around them their fellow students begin to demonstrate, demanding democracy and freedom.

Super Fans

Super Fans is a Chinese movie. Sam Lee and David Cheng are two huge superstars with large fans bases. Susie, a devoted member of the Sam Lee Fans Club, will use various forms of attack against David whenever she has a chance. During an award ceremony, Susie went on stage and accused David of harrasing her, causing a big stir among the reporters. Sam later hires Susie to accompany him to an awards ceremony in Beijing but he treats her like a servant, devastating her. Kim, who grew up with Susie, went along to help and protect her. At the same time, Sam is certain he can beat David to win the “Hong Kong Best Singer Award’. Will Susie continue to worship her idol and will she do more to destroy David’s career? Will Sam win the award finally?