Wang Qianyuan in a still from My People, My Country (category I; Mandarin, Cantonese, English), directed by Chen Kaige, Guan Hu, Ning Hao, Wen Muye, Xu Zheng, Xue Xiaolu, and Zhang Yibai.

My People, My Country film review: jingoistic anthology of communist China’s biggest achievements offers competently made vignettes

  • The founding of the People’s Republic, China’s atomic bomb, Olympic Games, and its space programme feature in seven-chapter epic overseen by Chen Kaige
  • Segment on Hong Kong’s return to Chinese rule features Simon Yam, Kara Wai, and Du Jiang as a flag-raising soldier, but nothing about what Hongkongers felt
Topic |   Chinese language cinema

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Wang Qianyuan in a still from My People, My Country (category I; Mandarin, Cantonese, English), directed by Chen Kaige, Guan Hu, Ning Hao, Wen Muye, Xu Zheng, Xue Xiaolu, and Zhang Yibai.
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