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While Quitting is an honest and intimate look into the world of one man's struggle with drug addiction, the subject matter is better suited for the small screen. Read critic reviews

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In the late 80s, a new film star, Jia Hongsheng, emerged in China. Labeled the thug idol; he gained fame playing gangsters and heroes in a series of Chinese B movies. Jia went on to star in a stage version of "The Kiss of the Spider Woman." This movie explores his journey, from the cutting edge of China's artistic movement in the early 90s, through a period of conflict with himself and his parents, to a mental institution and finally to the quest to rediscover himself and his family.

Cast & Crew

Jia Fengsen
Hongshen's father
Chai Xiurong
Hongshen's mother
Wang Tong
Hongshen's sister
Shun Xing
Jia's Roommate
Sam Duann
Executive Producer
Wang Yu
Cinematographer
Cheng Shouqi
Cinematographer
Bin An
Art Direction
Yang Hong Yu
Film Editor
Yadong Zhang
Original Music
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