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Best New Chinese Movies to Watch in 2017

Chinese movies 2017. The most popular Chinese feature films and series released in 2017 (so far). Here are...

Goodbye, Dragon Inn

On a dark, wet night a historic and regal Chinese cinema sees its final film. Together with a small handful of souls they bid...

The One-Armed Swordsman

More than Come Drink with Me by King Hu, The One-Armed Swordsman is the real archetype of wuxiapian - so much so that Chang...

Farewell My Concubine

History’s effect on private lives along with the search of identity has been a common theme in China’s Fifth Generation films. Farewell My Concubine is...

Peacock

A film of astonishing beauty and heartbreaking impact, Peacock heralds the emergence of a major new Chinese director. Gu Changwei is best known as the...

One And Eight

A milestone in the history of Chinese filmmaking, this film signals the beginning of what goes under the name of Fifth Generation. This work comes...

Pickpocket

Xiao Wu also known as The Pickpocket is a 1997 Chinese movie directed by Jia Zhangke. The film was the directorial debut of Jia Zhangke,...

Egg and Stone

Huang Ji’s brave personal film is one of the most auspicious debuts in recent Chinese cinema. Set in her home village in rural Hunan province,...

The Matrimony

A sumptuously photographed ghost film that’s also a complicated romance and a meditation on nostalgia, The Matrimony is a sign of the maturing potential...

Red Sorghum

Set in a rural village in Shandong, the film tells the story of Grandma Jiu’er, her red sorghum winery and Grandpa told through the...

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