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Decisive Engagement: Beiping Tianjin Campaign

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Decisive Engagement: Beiping Tianjin Campaign (1990)

218 min - Drama, War, History - 1 January 1990
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Winner of the Golden Rooster for Best Film in 1992. Set in late 1940s, CCP army surrounds and liberates two most important cities in north China, Beiping (now Beijing, the capital of China) and Tianjin.

Director:  Pingfen Li, Chao Shi
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Winner of the Golden Rooster for Best Film in 1992. Set in late 1940s, CCP army surrounds and liberates two most important cities in north China, Beiping (now Beijing, the capital of China) and Tianjin.


Collections: Chao Shi, Pingfen Li

Genres: Drama, War, History

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Country:   China
Language:  Mandarin
Release Date:  1 January 1990

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Runtime:  3 h 38 min

Winner of the Golden Rooster for Best Film in 1992. Set in late 1940s, CCP army surrounds and liberates two most important cities in north China, Beiping (now Beijing, the capital of China) and Tianjin.

Like Part I of the triology, this part also accurately portrayed the achievement of Field Marshall Lin Biao, who persecuted many innocent people during the Cultural Revolution decades later. Many of the victims were angry at this part III, as in part I, because Lin Biao was portrayed as a good person when describing his achievement. [imdb]