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Qingchun (1977)

After her senses are surgically restored, a formerly deaf mute teenager enlists in the army and is assigned to communications work. But her inexperience with even such simple tasks as ... See full summary »

Director:

Jin Xie

Writer:

Lian Wang
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Cast

Credited cast:
Joan Chen ... Shen Yamei (as Chong Chen)
Xiyan Wang Xiyan Wang ... Cai Fangcheng
Ping Yu Ping Yu ... Xiang Hui
Yue Yuan Yue Yuan ... The Commander
Yu Zhang ... Jin Ayan
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After her senses are surgically restored, a formerly deaf mute teenager enlists in the army and is assigned to communications work. But her inexperience with even such simple tasks as answering a telephone lead her supervisor to conclude she is incompetent, and try to have her reassigned. However, a courageous action by another soldier leads him to reevaluate his judgment. Written by Laowai

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Country:

China

Language:

Mandarin

Also Known As:

Youth See more »

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Shanghai Film Studios See more »
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Color
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I love Joan Chen and Mr. Jin Xie
17 March 2004 | by zzmaleSee all my reviews

Let's make something clear, the love of the actress and the director does not mean the love of this movie, which is a mouthpiece of political propaganda.

However, I understand that it was the era before the reform in China had even started and this movie was made the year after the end of the Cultural Revolution, and the curse of that disaster is still dominating the daily life of everyone, and the film crew had to be more careful by playing safe. This film should be treated as those political propaganda Mr. Jin Xie was forced to make during the Cultural Revolution.

However, Ms Joan Chen is worth watching as a teen ager and she looks better back then in comparison how she looks now, and this young look of Ms. Joan Chen the only thing this movie is worth watching for.


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