Jidu hanleng (Frozen) (1998)
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Release Date: Mar 20, 1998 Wide
Average Rating: 4.1/5
User Ratings: 49
This film represents a powerful statement by prominent Sixth Generation filmmaker Wang Xiaoshuai who bills himself as Wu Ming (it means "no name"). It is simultaneously a philosophical exploration of what it means to be an artist and a condemnation of a government that strictly enforces its 1996 ban on independent filmmaking. Performance artist Qi Lei's obsession with death, coupled with his frustration over a materialistic modern Chinese society and a government that stifles independent
Mar 20, 1998 Wide
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An early and provocative work from the director of the exquisite Beijing Bicycle.
Henderson is perfect.
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