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Chui Shao Ren is a movie starring Jiayin Lei, Wei Tang, and Xi Qi. Following a fatal accident, a Chinese expatriate working for a mining company in Australia discovers that new technology developed by the company may be a health...

Mystery, Drama, Action
Xiaolu Xue
Jiayin Lei, Wei Tang, John Batchelor, Xi Qi

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Mystery, Drama, Action
Director Xiaolu Xue
Writer Xiaolu Xue
Stars Jiayin Lei, Wei Tang, John Batchelor, Xi Qi
Country China, Australia
Also Known As The Whistleblower, 吹哨人
Runtime 2 h 14 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 Following a fatal accident, a Chinese expatriate working for a mining company in Australia discovers that new technology developed by the company may be a health risk, and investigates a web of conspiracies in his search for the truth.

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Tuesday, 14 Apr 2020 05:12

Whenever there is a Western release of a Chinese film, we always get into a discussion of how a western viewer might understand a culture like China. A lot of people accuse westerners of being "easy" when we see them not be too interested in culture or how they understand the different languages. But if you want to understand Chinese culture, or want to make a film about it, you need to understand Chinese culture. I don't think it's a bad thing to be Western. We're here to enjoy and learn about the cultures of the world. The Chinese are passionate about their cultures and want to show it. The Chinese are passionate about art, and want to show it. But in the end, they want to express their culture, and it makes me sick. They just want to show us a movie, and that's it. Some people can be too demanding about culture. Some of us may not be as respectful as others, and some of us just want to be on our own. I love to watch western movies, but I feel that it's very difficult to understand Chinese culture. That's why I really wanted to see a Chinese film. But this film is what I wanted. This film is the most enjoyable and most useful film I have ever seen. Every single scene is true to the culture and to the subject. The camera work, acting, dialogue, everything is perfect. In my opinion, this is the best Chinese film that I have ever seen. I had heard of this film from my mom, and she wanted to see it because it was based on a book she read, but she was a bit disappointed. I knew that it was going to be a great film, but I didn't know it was going to be so great. I feel that this film had the best cinematic style ever, so I recommend this film to anyone who wants to understand Chinese culture. It's a wonderful movie and it deserves more praise.
Saturday, 11 Apr 2020 15:28

Most Hongkongers are familiar with the story of Captain Kang Ho-soo and the rebellion of men during the Nanking Massacre in 1937. The film is loosely based on the story. However, the director chose to provide a more detailed account of the Nanking Massacre as recorded in The New York Times (June 4, 1938). The film is based on the novel, "Song Myoung – Captain Kang Ho-soo." Captain Kang Ho-soo was a Captain in the People's Army. He led a group of soldiers that fought the Japanese invasion and occupied China in 1937. He was one of the few remaining men from the old Chinese army who participated in the resistance against the Japanese army. At the time, Chinese communists were largely blamed for the Nanking Massacre. This film is based on the best-selling novel "Captain Kang Ho-soo." Some characters from the novel were used in the film. For example, Captain Kang Ho-soo's friend Zhang Yehong, Captain Ma Jun, and Captain Ma Hong. Zhang Yehong is the son of Captain Ma Jun. He is a Chinese military officer. Ma Hong was a Chinese Communist leader and head of the resistance against Japanese control of China. Captain Ma Hong is also a Communist leader. Ma Hong was one of the leaders of the Japanese occupation forces. He was also a prominent leader during the Japanese occupation and he is seen in a scene as an old man. The rest of the cast is American. For the Japanese occupation forces, there were American and British fighters in the resistance. As mentioned before, they were mainly Japanese. The main characters in the film include many soldiers from the People's Army. The Japanese forces include Japanese, American, Chinese, and British fighters. The fighting style is authentic and portrayed as a modern Japanese military. The scenes of battle were filmed in modern locations and include modern weapons. The violence was slightly over the top. Some scenes were not realistic and had some scenes altered. The movie was shot in two weeks. It was reported that it took two years to film. The production cost was $15,000,000 and the film was released in April 1946. It was distributed by Warner Brothers and an international distribution network. The film had an enormous success. It was widely distributed and had a box office success. It was nominated for seven Oscars. The movie received the Best Foreign Film Oscar for Best Picture in 1946, Best Director in 1947, Best Cinematography, Best Sound, and Best Art Direction. It also won the Best Art Direction and Best Screenplay. Also the film won the Best Screenplay and Best Cinematography Oscars. It was also nominated for Best Director, Best Art Direction, Best Editing, Best Artistic Direction, Best Music, Best Editing, Best Sound, and Best Screenplay. However, the film was not a huge success. It was unpopular with the Chinese people and it did not fare well. After the war, it was known that the Japanese were involved in the murder of thousands of Chinese, including the Japanese soldiers. This movie portrays the Japanese involvement in the Nanking Massacre. The Japanese were involved in the massacre because they believed that these soldiers were communists. After the war, some Japanese soldiers were found guilty of the murder and served their time in prison. Since the Japanese had many people that were close to the Chinese communists, it was believed that the Japanese did not want to lose control of China. The movie also shows how the Japanese were concerned about American support for the Chinese communists. This was the biggest misconception and was the reason the Japanese were not allowed to occupy China and the Japanese were removed from China. However, the people were able to live in China and they were able to
Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 16:46

Kung Fu is now alive and kicking again and has its first effort on the big screen. A Hong Kong film that has some martial art scenes and a plot that is more of an action movie and not a kung fu movie, this film is another in a long line of kung fu movies to come out of the Hong Kong region. This film tells the story of a 12 year old boy who accidentally kills his brother and family members with a large hunting knife and who discovers that his family and others are involved in a plot to assassinate him. There is one scene in the film where a large part of the screen is covered in blood and another scene in which the boy runs away from a group of henchmen and the plot thickens. I will not give away anything about the plot because this film is like a novel in that there is more to it than it seems. I really like this film because the production values are great and it has some fantastic scenes. My main complaint with this film is that it is a little over the top in the plot but that is what makes the film worth watching and I will say that the most fight scenes that are in the film are worth seeing but the plot is worth a watch as well. There are some great action scenes that are very good in this film. The great action scenes are led by a great fight scene at the end of the film that includes a lot of jumping around. This is one of the best fight scenes I have ever seen. The production values in this film are pretty good. I also like the cinematography and the photography is beautiful. There is not a lot to criticize about this film. I give it a 7 out of 10.
Thursday, 26 Mar 2020 15:47

The movie "Fen guan" is very good, but is also made very confusing and predictable. When you are only in the second half of the movie, you're left waiting for what is going to happen next. I think that the main problems are the screenplay and the whole "speed-movin'" situation. I think it's important to be clear what is going to happen and when. That is my main problem with the movie. "Speed-movin'" makes the movie really slow and confusing. At the very first scene, the viewer is given the impression that this is a really big mystery. A scene that was meant to be very interesting, but it turns out to be very boring. The movie is actually more enjoyable when the viewer is waiting for the story to progress and to get excited by the results of the mystery. In this situation, you actually think that this is a really good mystery. But the plot always goes in the wrong direction and makes you think that it is just another boring movie. And I think this is the main problem with the movie. It seems as if the director thought "This is a big mystery. Let's go fast-movin'" and then made a really poor movie. So, I think the script is the main problem, and is not the only problem. The screenplay is also very confusing. Even though the movie is not a classic, it is still a good movie. I think that the director and the screenplay could do better. The character of Liu Heilong is great, especially the one of the gang leader. Heilong looks really "scary" and could probably act as an excellent villain. However, the role of Zhang Chi and the rest of the gang was really awful. Some of them could easily make an American horror movie and could be a good enemy. Other characters, such as the policeman, could be deadly. It seemed that the director thought that it would be a good idea to have all the "stupid" characters die off. However, this was not a good idea. If the director thought it was necessary to have the deaths of the main characters, then he could've made a better movie. I think that the director should consider the idea of a more "mature" movie. I think that it would be very great if the director could make a more "serious" movie and not be afraid to kill off the characters. The director should think about the viewers and the movie instead of the characters. If he could consider this, then the movie would be a much better movie. In addition to this, the "speed-movin'" action makes the movie very slow, and I think that it makes the movie really confusing. The director should think about the idea of a better "Speed-movin'" movie. I think that "Speed-movin'" should go in the direction of an American classic or a classic Hollywood movie and not this "slow" movie that made me think "why is this happening?"
Thursday, 26 Mar 2020 15:04

Jackie Chan is a cult actor and well known for his face movements and characteristic dramatic movements. This film is directed by Andrew Lau and stars Jackie Chan, Shi Won Suk and Li Bingbing. For those who love Jackie Chan as a martial artist and what he does to save Hong Kong from Communist rule, this movie is for you. For everyone else, this movie is pretty boring. Jackie Chan portrays the movie as a mystery and it's unclear what he's trying to do. The story is predictable and I kept waiting for something good to happen, but that's what always happens in movies. I didn't care about the characters, I cared about the action. The action scenes are beautiful and intense and some of them are very well done, I have to give props to the stunt team. For me the story is the highlight of this movie and it's also one of the most boring. The main problem with the story is that I don't really like the characters in this movie, especially Jackie Chan. The movie tries to portray that Jackie Chan is some sort of a martial artist and the audience is supposed to love him as a result. Jackie Chan is the hero. His friends are his comrades. He's the "one" who is saving Hong Kong and saving the world from Communist rule. This is why I can't get over the annoying plot. The plot is so stupid and doesn't feel like a movie. I couldn't care less about what happens to Jackie Chan or the characters in the movie. The movie's main flaw is that it's so ridiculously long. There's nothing in this movie that you wouldn't expect, especially when you're already familiar with the story, yet the story is too long. As a result, the movie loses its intensity and becomes boring. I wasn't entertained or intrigued with this movie at all. I wasn't even scared of it. If I hadn't known that this was going to be Jackie Chan in a martial arts film, I probably would have said to myself, "That's really boring." So it's an average martial arts movie with a mediocre plot. 7/10
Thursday, 26 Mar 2020 10:51

In this year of triple-X dramas, this film is an old-fashioned tale, made on the basis of a novel by the acclaimed Chinese writer/director Zhang Yimou, that began life in a series of two TV episodes. In those episodes, the name of the protagonist was "Bao Tse-Tung", the name of the most talented student in the school, who had been caught up in a scandal involving the murder of a colleague. The award-winning novel's narrator was also involved in the case, though he preferred not to reveal any details about the tragedy to the audience. But the story, in essence, was that of a detective, who suspected one of the accused, yet had to decide whether or not to arrest the wrong person, and those involved in the case were put on trial. This was the story of the "Meng Po-Feng" (sangzhu ken), who led the police investigation, and "Guan Yu-Feng" (papkai pi) who prosecuted the accused in a single courtroom, but had no doubts about the guilt of the accused. At the end of the drama, one of the two witnesses had recanted his testimony, but they were released from prison, as "Bao Tse-Tung" and his police team had already realized the wrong person was in fact innocent. The plot of the story is typical of the Chinese film "Yellow Ribbon" (or "Teng Huang", since the novel came first), about a cop who had to investigate a murderer and convict the criminal, but in both cases the detective had to make a moral decision on the matter, with the risk of being accused of a crime himself. When the novel was translated into English, the film became known as the Chinese version of the classic "Meng Po-Feng", which has been adapted by the British director John Guillermin into "Time of Killing", and the action movie "Nightmare" by Japanese director Yasujiro Ozu. In my personal opinion, Zhang Yimou's story was the stronger of the two versions, and was the most interesting, and was the most daring and original in the story. In addition, it was the most difficult to translate into English, with some of the dialogue lacking. Yet, in this version, there is a great deal of dramatic tension, especially in the third act, which I found very interesting and exciting, despite the loss of information. There are some things that could have been cut out (the forced confessions, for instance), but this movie is not as heavy as most of the "Meng Po-Feng" movies, which were not so well adapted, as the adaptation would have been much more difficult. It is a decent movie, but the true meaning of the title is very difficult to figure out. I would say that in this movie, which is perhaps about "the biggest secret of the world", or "the future of the world", "Meng Po-Feng" seems to be the most interesting and exciting of the three movies, but this movie, along with "Nightmare", will not be as well known as the others, probably because it is not as good as "Time of Killing". It is a good film, but only watch it if you are interested in Asian films, especially the movie "L'Avventura", the French film "Les Visiteurs" and the French film "One Day in Beijing". I hope to see "Bao Tse-Tung" in the near future, as I have not read the novel, and I am curious to know how the novel version would be translated. In the meantime,

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