Thirty Two (2014)
December 1944, 24-year-old Wei Shaolan and her 1-year-old daughter were seized and sent to a Japanese camp, where Wei was forced to work as a ‘comfort woman’ — a woman forced into prostitution for Japanese servicemen during World War II….
Yamada Takayuki no Tokyo-to Kita-ku Akabane
During the summer in 2014, popular actor Takayuki Yamada is filming his role in a new movie. During this time, he is having problems separating his character from his real self. Takayuki Yamada decides to read manga “Uhyo! Tokyo-to Kita-ku Akabane.” The manga depicts unique, real people living in the Akabane area of Tokyo. Takayuki Yamada is impressed with the manga. He also decides to go to Akabane to find himself.
Takayuki Yamada first contacts director Nobuhiro Yamashita and asks him to film him in Akabane. He then makes an appointment to meet manga writer Toru Seino (writer and main character in “Uhyo! Tokyo-to Kita-ku Akabane”) in Akabane. Takayuki Yamada goes on to meet other people from the manga and also interacts with his acting friends Gou Ayano, Kyosuke Yabe, director Hitoshi One, musician Kazuya Yoshii and others.
During the Tang Dynasty’s during the era of “Zhen Guan” (era name during rule of Emperor Taizong), the young Xuan Zang monk, in his quest for the knowledge in Buddhism, embarked on a journey to India, that is fraught with perils and dangers, natural disasters, and sees the sufferings of the common people. Soldiers gets in his way, his disciples betrays him, he struggles through deserts, runs short of food and water, all in the quest for Buddha’s teachings. He finally arrives in India, and studies Buddhism in earnest. By the time he returns to China, he is already 50 years old.
When a Peking Family Meets Aupair
The film tells the story of China flower one family suffered brutal babes crazy story. A girl came to a China family, all make me on the spot turns staged: wonderful mother (Xu Fan ornaments), forcing the subway family husband bed, jealousy on lips temptation, to send her daughter go abroad, to the dead makeup is also willing to. There is no sense of being invisible father (Chen Jianbin decoration), life is from the talented guy to grass root uncle, even wearing Bikini and let the Beijing Opera make the dead come back to life, embrace the babes get wet. Now, break the rules, child, husband dangerous savage…… Mother finally awakening!
The Tin Mine
Set in 1950 and based on the series of autobiographical short stories by Archin Panjabhan, the beginning finds Archin expelled from Bangkok’s Chulalongkorn University in his sophomore year. He is packed off to southern Thailand, where he supposedly has a…
The Legend Of Bruce Lee
The Legend Of Bruce Lee is a film that takes portions of the 50-part TV series and condenses it into a three hour film about the life of the legendary martial-arts star who changed the world with his style, his movies, his theories and his charismatic acting that transcends time and race. Millions of fans over the 30+ years since his early death at the age of 32 have followed in his footsteps, read his books, been entertained by his movies and learned his own unique form of martial-arts known as Jeet Kune Do. An inspiration to his fans, friends and family this movie is the true story of his life. Produced by Shannon Lee this is the story of his life, and authorized by the Lee family, this is the story of…..The Legend Of Bruce Lee.
The Homeless Student
‘The Homeless Strudent,’ film adaptation of a national best-seller autobiography novel ‘The Homeless Junior High School Strudent.’ After a term closing ceremony, Hiroshi comes up home and finds the yellow tape says “attachment” on the house entrance. ‘Dismissed!’ Hiroshi’s father says unexpected word and dissappears without a trace. Hiroshi suddenly becomes a homeless at fourteen. He starts to spend his nights in public parks and eat cardboard to survive. Homeless life with laughter and tears. However, through the homeless life, Hiroshi learns important things as a person. .
Hailing from a rich family, Ip Man (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) devoted his life to practicing Wing Chun
in the city of Foshan. When Gong Baosen, Chairman of the Chinese Martial Artists Union,
decides to mark his retirement with a sparring match in Foshan, Ip is thrust into the limelight
as Baosen’s chosen opponent.
Despite objections by Baosen’s daughter Gong Er (Zhang Ziyi), Baosen goes ahead with the match and
and breaks his family’s unbeaten record with a rare loss.
Gong Er manages to save her family honor by winning a rematch against Ip, and the two even strike up
an unspoken bond in the process.
However, the Sino-Japanese War breaks out, causing Ip to lose his family fortune and Baosen’s disciple
Ma San (Zhang Jin) to turn to the Japanese for self-preservation.
While Ip struggles to care for his family, Gong Er makes a major sacrifice in the name of revenge.
Meanwhile, a mysterious man named The Razor (Chang Chen) attempts to leave behind his life as a spy
and heads to Hong Kong…