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Yin he bu xi ban is a movie starring Chao Deng, Yu Bai, and Suxi Ren. When his space shuttle flight has an accident, an astronaut remembers the lessons his father taught him growing up.

Genres
Drama
Director
Chao Deng, Baimei Yu
Starring
Xi Wang, Yu Bai, Suxi Ren, Chao Deng

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Product details

Genres Drama
Director Chao Deng, Baimei Yu
Writer Baimei Yu
Stars Xi Wang, Yu Bai, Suxi Ren, Chao Deng
Country China
Also Known As Looking Up, Galaxy Crammers, 银河补习班, 銀河補習班
Runtime 2 h 27 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description When his space shuttle flight has an accident, an astronaut remembers the lessons his father taught him growing up.

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Tuesday, 14 Apr 2020 00:16

The only praise I can give this film is to its filmmakers, for doing a documentary on a subject which has fascinated many and many people, a subject which many of them still do not know anything about, a subject which is so well-known and so well-known that it seems almost impossible to make a documentary on it. What makes this film so special is its lack of chronological sense. It is not chronological in that it gives its chronological sense to the events which it covers, but more importantly it is not chronological in that it doesn't know what year it was made, or if it even is a documentary at all. Many people have commented that it is not true to the subject, but I cannot disagree more. It is not true to the subject that it was filmed in China, or that it is based on a book of an author who was in China, or that it is about a woman who was a victim of the infamous "reeducation" program. I think it is about the place, and the people, and what happened there. What happened there, in the documentary, is not "real" in any way, shape or form, and what happened there is not "true" either. This documentary is a great exercise in memory and in the art of telling a story, in an art which I would classify as documentary-making. It is an art which is only possible in a country which is almost unknown, and one which still seems to be one of the last places in the world where film-making can be done with any degree of sophistication. This is a movie which shows the world what happens there, but it is also a movie which shows the world what happens in the world.


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