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Jiang hu er nü

Jiang hu er nü is a movie starring Tao Zhao, Fan Liao, and Yi'nan Diao. A story of violent love within a time frame spanning from 2001 to 2017.

Other Titles
As Cinzas Brancas Mais Puras, Kül En Saf Beyazdır, 江湖儿女, Les éternels, Asche ist reines Weiß, Asche ist das reine Weiß, Pepeo je najčistije belo, Balciausi yra pelenai, I figli del Fiume Giallo, La ceniza es el blanco más puro, Ash Is Purest White, Ash is Purest White, 江湖兒女, Amor Até as Cinzas, 帰れない二人, Najczystszy jest popiół, Οι στάχτες μιας αγάπης, Les Éternels, Esa mujer
Running Time
2 hours 16 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Romance, Crime, Drama
Zhangke Jia
Zhangke Jia
Fan Liao, Yi'nan Diao, Tao Zhao, Jiali Ding
China, France, Japan
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A story of violent love within a time frame spanning from 2001 to 2017.

Comments about romance «Jiang hu er nü» (16)

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Andrea B.

Mighty Mantis (2002): Dir: Peter Chung / Cast: Chris Rock, David Wenham, Tika Sumpter, Stephanie Zimbalist, Elisa Isoroku: Two cops who think they are following the law have an unlikely friendship that becomes more complicated when they come face to face with the law of two murderers. Determined to find the murderers before they kill again, the cops enlist the help of a young man to help them track them down. The movie is shot entirely in the backwoods of the UK where Chris Rock plays the detective and David Wenham plays the husband. Despite these high school buddies playing opposing characters, they are so similar that it is difficult to tell the difference. Chris Rock's character is more of a free spirit, more willing to have fun and to be his own man. David Wenham is more violent and threatening. Tika Sumpter plays his wife who supports his independence. Stephanie Zimbalist plays his boss who disapproves of Chris' behavior. Elisa Isoroku plays his wife who is more reserved. A brilliant combination of B movies and sports movies. Director Peter Chung is famous for making crime movies with emphasis on violence and suspense. This is one of his best crime movie as the characters are more like real people. Chris Rock's performance is spot on. He is so realistic in his enthusiasm to find the killers and his determination to protect his family. David Wenham is a dramatic villain who is dangerous and unpredictable. Tika Sumpter plays his wife who is more modest. Elisa Isoroku plays his mother who is more reserved. Overall, this is a great crime movie. Score: 7 1⁄2 / 10

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Andrea B.

At first, I was a bit hesitant to watch the movie "Girl with a Pearl Earring" because of the fact that it was "first" filmed in Hong Kong. After seeing the movie, I realized that Hong Kong was the starting point for this movie. Hong Kong has a lot to offer as a country and the director chose to set the movie in Hong Kong because that is the most modern city in the world. As for the story, it is set in the 50s and the movie starts at the beginning of the Great Depression. The movie is about two young sisters. The eldest daughter of the family, Lin Xian (Xia Jiang), is a successful teacher in Hong Kong and she marries a young banker who is running a small business in Hong Kong. Lin Xian's two sisters, Wang (Lu Ping) and Wang Li (Liu Xiaoping), also manage their small business. Wang Li is a teacher at a small school and Wang Li is a doctor. Wang Li is always looking for a good guy and she thinks that a young, intelligent and beautiful man is the man she's looking for. She has to find the right man and her search leads her to a young boy in Hong Kong named Harry (Ching Wai-Po). The story is about Wang Li and Wang Li's search for the perfect man. The movie starts slow but the dialogs become more interesting the longer the movie goes. The story and dialogs are always interesting and the movie is long. The movie ends with a cliffhanger. There is not much action in the movie. There is some cool action but the movie is not full of action. The movie is full of some beautiful, romantic and tragic scenes. The movie is full of cinematography, music, costumes, and scenery. The movie has an amazing soundtrack. I think the movie is very beautiful and beautiful. The movie is definitely worth watching.

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Based on the play by Wong Kar-Wai, this is the story of a real life relationship between a man and a woman. It is a melodrama, but not of such a big scale as "The Last Emperor", which deals with the Japanese occupation in China and the anti-Japanese sentiment in Shanghai. I'm sure that this story will resonate with anyone who is aware of the role played by Asia in the years after World War II, and especially China during the post-war years. All the main characters are Chinese, and although they have different backgrounds, and different attitudes towards each other, they all remain friends throughout the film. This is an ensemble film, but not of a single character. The characters are all from different social strata, but they seem to be united in their mutual dislike of the US, and of the Japanese. The relationship between the two leads, played by Wang Xue and Feng Xiaogang, is perhaps the most moving and the most ironic in the film, as it is portrayed in a very contrasting way from the others. The story centres around the discovery that the two lead characters are friends. The discovery that this friendship has lasted for decades is how we understand the nature of their friendship. It is one of the few positive things about the film, but one of the more touching things is that we see how Wang Xue and Feng Xiaogang love each other despite their differences in age, culture and the way they speak. Feng Xiaogang's love for Wang Xue is depicted as more of a determination than a desire, as the two women are obviously in love with each other, but the love is not shown as something that requires a great deal of courage or strength, it is simply a desire to connect and feel together, not a feeling of love as Wang Xue would have it. When Wang Xue is being interviewed on the set, the director asks Feng Xiaogang if he would like to say something to Wang Xue, and he replies that he would like to say that Wang Xue loves him. This shows that Wang Xue is in love with Feng Xiaogang, and it shows that Feng Xiaogang is in love with Wang Xue, and is in love with his friend Wang Xue. I have no idea what will happen when they meet again, but they will certainly not be the same people they are at the end of the film. I found the film to be very moving, and although it does have a darker tone than the play, it was still enjoyable and made me think about how much I miss the times when China was truly united, and of the many ways in which our two countries have helped each other during this period.

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I would like to congratulate the makers of this film, Mr. Xiong. It is a film about life in Hong Kong, and it has been done with great realism and style. Unfortunately, the way the film ends was too abrupt, and in my opinion the ending could have been improved. The film has a certain "non-ironic" feel, which is a rare thing in a film. The characters are quite believable and are totally unlikeable at times. However, the tone of the film is very dark and depressing. The film moves slowly, which I believe is appropriate. The film is very interesting and full of drama and intrigue. The production values are great, especially for an independent film. In a city like Hong Kong, with its constant traffic, this film shows that a small group of people can make an enormous impact on the rest of the city.

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Shu Jing Liao, who played the main character, Mei, in Shao Lin's The Man Who Shot The Moon, shows off her nice body, seductive looks, and romantic sense of humor, but it is also apparent that she is only playing herself in the movie. As a result, Mei was only able to portray the "charming" side of herself. This is not a bad movie at all, but it should be shown to middle schoolers as it is quite humorous. The movie is about a doctor's journey into a psychiatric ward and his encounters with people in the ward. The director, Chuan Mu, shows us a lot of beautiful shots and great music. Overall, it is a nice movie, but it is not a good movie. There is a little bit of dialogue that is not necessary to get the point across. It is also strange to see a medical doctor playing such a kind and good person.

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Sandra Carr

I have just seen this film and I have to say I was very impressed. The first half of the film was just too slow and boring, but then the second half came along and the film really got going. The acting was great and the plot was brilliant. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who enjoys good cinema and a good story. 9/10

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Doris Simmons

Based on a novel by Kang-Ho Ryu, the drama stars Park Bo-Bong (Before the Rain), as the main protagonist. Having just lost his wife and left a young son behind, he returns to the countryside to find his former life has become a nightmare. He must not only cope with the guilt of not having brought the son back to the capital with him, but also the guilt of having given the man who left him so many chances for advancement. Of course, his parents' relationship is only one of the elements of his life. On the other hand, the road he chooses for the son to pursue his life is very important to his own and the family's life, and it is also the one he must take on his own. The central theme is an old-fashioned one: the father's burden is the most important thing in the family. Although the father's heavy duty and constant responsibilities are certainly a hindrance for the young son, they also must not be underestimated. It is the mother who is the true hero, who in a very rare and brave move, loses all her power, for the sake of her son. When the boy decides to go on a tour of the city, to try and raise enough money to buy a pig for the first time, the mother does not take a penny of the money, and instead goes to the shop for a meal, leaving the boy alone. The mother is also the true hero, whose tireless efforts to raise money for the son, in order to make the son's dream come true, which she has long dreamed of. In this way, the father must accept the responsibility of having the boy by his side, and if he cannot be the father he wants to be, he must not only accept his responsibility as a father, but he must also take the responsibility of being a father himself. As the film goes on, he starts to accept that the responsibility must be shared by others in order to make the boy's dream come true. The father and the mother help each other to achieve their dream, and this gives the film a somewhat realistic feel. For instance, the father helps his son to buy a pig, but does not let him try to buy it himself. In fact, the mother is the true hero, who even though she cannot buy the pig for herself, goes to the shop to buy it. All in all, it is an honest and courageous film. It is hard to find a better film about a father's responsibility to his son, but this is still a fine film about family. The story is good, the acting is good, the direction is good. My vote is seven. Title (Brazil): "Todo Sobre e Nada" ("The Longing of a Family" or "Tenderer a Nada

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I was surprised to see so many negative reviews on this film. It is not a film I have ever liked but when I saw it, I was pleasantly surprised. The performances are excellent. I really felt sorry for the elderly couple, and the son. The father had such great potential. The cinematography was very good and I liked the score by Yano and David. It is not an easy film to watch but I enjoyed it. I didn't have a single problem with the film. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes drama and gangster movies. If you are a fan of the genre, you will like this film.

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Matthew F.

Gus Van Sant's 2004 movie "A Touch of Class" is another excellent portrait of the Italian/Chinese mafia in the late 80's, this time in New York City. This movie is set during the post 9/11 years, when many immigrants, young and old, came to the US looking for better lives. They were mostly from Latin American countries (El Salvador, Nicaragua, etc.) with their families, some were successful, some were not. Many would never have gone through the United States if it weren't for them. Van Sant's movie revolves around this dynamic. As the movie progresses, we learn about the lives of these immigrants, both those who made it to the US and those who didn't. What is also important to understand about this movie is that it's true. No one would have had the success of these young people had it not been for the Immigration policies of the 90's. Many of the young immigrants who came to the US had a tough time and ended up in jail or deported. Some of them actually ended up killing people. This is what caused the great uproar in the US, as many people were afraid of being killed or at least injured by these young criminals. As we see these young people trying to assimilate into American society, they also commit more and more murders. Van Sant's movie is realistic and very true to life. Many will be offended by the violence, but it's a movie, not a documentary. This movie is not meant to be a documentary on the history of the Chinese/Italian Mafia in New York City, but rather a portrait of the immigrants, their families and their struggles in the US. It's not meant to be a lesson in how the US should act, but it is a story of how hard it is to assimilate in American society, especially when you are young and innocent.

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Ryan K.

This film has been praised as one of the best in history and I've always been skeptical about the claim. I've always felt that it lacked the best of the best. I know that it wasn't perfect, it had flaws, but I think it is a good film, at least compared to the other films made around the same time. Sure, it is a bit like "City of God", but a better film. "City of God" has had a pretty poor response to it. I'm going to skip the plot and just point out that the acting is great and the film has a great production. The film is all about the music, which is again one of the best in the history of cinema. I really recommend this film to any music lover, and also to anyone who enjoys the music of the 60's. A very good film, but not the best in history.

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Crystal L.

Despite having some great cinematic moments, The Sting, a Chinese version of the Christopher Reeves classic, is nothing more than an old-fashioned gangster movie with a few extra punches in the nose, including some pretty crude racist remarks. I'm not sure the film could stand a re-edit, but I'm sure that a censoring board will reject it. The plot is thin and based on a grisly assassination of a well-known gangster in a well-known Chinese restaurant. The film opens with an outtake of a brutal killing. The main character, a thug from Shanghai (which is a major city in China) is planning to rob a restaurant in a small coastal town (for reasons unknown). He has a close friend with him, a Chinese-American named Wang (Shaohui Yang) who has a steady girlfriend and knows the cook (Hua-Ching Wu). Wang and the girl go out to the restaurant to get the gangster's money, and the next thing we know, a hostage has been taken. The government sends in the cops to investigate, and Wang has to take the lead and break the guy out. Along the way, he's given a few reasons for being a thug and of his liking the way things are going (including a chance to kill off his close friend). The problem with The Sting is that the script isn't sharp enough. A lot of the movie is taken up with Wang and the Chinese-American. Wang and the girl play the lead roles, which means that we're just not given much of the others. It takes too long for the police to arrive, and we don't see too much of the gangster. The film could have been done in 90 minutes, but the extra minutes do take the film from an average to an average. The direction is the best part of the film, with some good shots and cool shots. But the editing seems to lack a certain polish. The film is too long, and when it does get moving, it doesn't get moving fast enough. There are some awesome fight sequences in the film, but they're not really the films greatest strength. There's also some truly ugly racist remarks in the film, as well as a particularly ridiculous rape scene. If you don't mind subtitles, the Chinese language version of the film is pretty good, but even then, it's nothing to write home about.

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Rose Porter

The first 30 minutes of this movie was the most boring, slow, boring, boring movie ever. Just stay at home, eat cake, eat cake. I started to hate the movie because of the beginning. After that, it slowly started to get better, but it never gets better. The ending is good, and not completely predictable. There's not a single bad thing I can say about this movie, but the ending is terrible, the story was well developed, but the ending could have been better. There are too many coincidences, and none of them are really good. It seems like the writer was bored and thought he needed to get this story over with as fast as possible. The movie would have been better if there were more consistent action sequences. It was too slow and no action at all. The actors were good, but I would have liked to see more of them. In conclusion, if you are really bored and don't know what to do, just watch this movie.

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Martha Brooks

I don't understand why many people compare the scenes from this film to those in "The Aviator." As it is a movie and not a biography, the comparison between the two scenes is not valid. I think that the difference is that "The Aviator" was about a single man's life and "The Gambler" was about his life, with the background story as an integral part of the picture. In "The Gambler" there are many characters to follow and each character is important and well developed. As for the scenes from the movie "The Gambler" which involve the characters and their relationships with each other, they are so short and so random that the difference between them and those in "The Gambler" is non-existent. I also have not seen the movie "The Aviator" but I understand that it is a different story. It is difficult to imagine how many scenes in the movie "The Gambler" could have been adapted into a single story. I am sorry to say that I am very disappointed in the movie "The Gambler." I think it is a good story but it has been written so poorly. In my opinion, if you like a good movie then go for "The Gambler," but don't expect it to be like "The Aviator."

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The movie is a fantastic portrayal of a time in Chinese history when a revolution was happening. I have never seen such a movie. It is very well done and I can't wait for the sequel.

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Emily K.

Wang Yu's film, "Dirty Romance," is the story of a Chinese woman, Lin, who is an adopted American woman who married an American man, Xie, who is an atheist, and divorced him. Lin suffers from "inner suffering," an inner torment. Her story is told through her eyes, as she is swept along on a whirlwind romance with a young man, Song, who is a teacher and Lin's mentor. Song, who is a Christian, finds her suffering to be very personal. When she leaves Xie's home in the city, she finds Song's apartment to be crowded with students, all of whom are sad and angry. She receives little support from her former husband, who is moving back to China. The film explores the roles that religion plays in China, and the difficulty of reconciling her inner suffering with her relationship with Song. Wang Yu's work deals with the emotional weight of a woman's relationship with another woman. The film is very well made. Wang Yu is a fine director, and his films reflect the depth and intensity of his characters. He has made many excellent films, such as "The Family of Women," "Clash of the Peasants," "Sancho," "Wu ji," and "The Light of the Morning." I highly recommend this film. It is worth seeing.

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Grace B.

I went to the theater with high expectations, and I am very glad I did. I was able to see the movie with an open mind, and I didn't see anything that I didn't like. I am not going to give the movie a 10/10 because it is a "film" and not a movie review, but I do think that it is worth watching. I will be going to see it again, and I will be buying the DVD when it comes out. I think that people who are into Asian cinema and are not familiar with the story will enjoy it. I think that it is very important to have an open mind about movies, and I think that this movie is a great example of that. I give it a 9/10.