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The Crossing Part 1 (2014) (Blu-ray) (Taiwan Version) Blu-ray Region A
Kaneshiro Takeshi (Actor)
| Zhang Ziyi (Actor)
| Nagasawa Masami (Actor)
| Song Hye Kyo (Actor)
Four years since he last sat on the director's chair, John Woo makes his return with The Crossing Part I, the first of two films based on the tragic 1949 sinking of the Taiping, a Chinese steamer bound for Taiwan. Written by Wang Hui Ling (Lust, Caution), the epic drama features an international cast of superstars including Zhang Ziyi (The Grandmaster), Kaneshiro Takeshi (Wu Xia), Song Hye Kyo (My Brilliant Life), Huang Xiaoming (American Dreams in China), Tong Dawei (Dearest) and Nagasawa Masami (Wood Job).
In the summer of 1945, General Lei Yifang (Huang Xiaoming) earns a decisive victory against the Japanese, while signal corps soldier Tong Daqing (Tong Dawei) captures Taiwanese doctor Yan Zenkun (Kaneshiro Takeshi), who was conscripted into the Japanese army. After the surrender of the Japanese Empire, the three go their separate ways. Lei heads back to Shanghai, where he meets and falls in love with the wealthy Zhou Yunfen (Song Hye Kyo). Yan returns to his hometown in Taiwan, only to find that the Japanese girl (Nagasawa Masami) with whom he was in love has been repatriated back to Japan. In order to pull off a small scheme, Tong enlists an illiterate young woman (Zhang Ziyi) to pose as his wife, and ends up falling for her. The three couples lead disparate lives, but they're brought together by the Taiping.
Dearest (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Vicki Zhao (Actor)
| Tong Da Wei (Actor)
| Hao Lei (Actor)
| Huang Bo (Actor)
Following 2013's critical and commercial hit American Dreams in China, Peter Chan returns with a moving, contemplative drama about child abduction and parenthood in Dearest. The film already has several international accolades under its belt, and leading lady Vicki Zhao, in particular, has received widespread recognition for her beautiful performance as an adoptive mother. Most recently, Zhao took home the Best Actress statue at the 2015 Hong Kong Film Awards.
An ordinary day like any other becomes a waking nightmare for Tian Wen Jun (Huang Bo, Journey To The West: Conquering the Demons) when his son is abducted from a playground in broad daylight. Tian and his ex-wife Lu Xiao Juan (Hao Lei, The Golden Era) then spend several agonizing years attempting to locate their son. Finally, they get word that a boy matching their son's description has been seen in a remote, rural part of Anhui. When they arrive at the village, Tian and Lu find the boy – only he has no memory of either of them and calls a woman named Li Hong Qin (Vicki Zhao, Painted Skin: The Resurrection) mother.
The Golden Era (2014) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Ann Hui (Director)
| Tang Wei (Actor)
| William Feng (Actor)
| Zhu Ya Wen (Actor)
The closing film of the 2014 Venice Film Festival, Ann Hui's (A Simple Life) star-studded biographical drama The Golden Era chronicles the life of maverick writer Xiao Hong (1911-1942), portrayed by Tang Wei (Lust, Caution). Featuring a massively talented supporting cast that includes William Feng (White Vengeance), Zhu Yawen (Red Sorghum), Hao Lei (Summer Palace) and Tian Yuan (Bends), the film expounds on the pursuit of freedom, dreams and stability in a tumultuous period in Chinese history, referencing notable literary figures such as Lu Xun, Mao Dun and Ding Ling along the way.
A product of an unhappy childhood, Xiao Hong arrives in Harbin in her early 20s and begins her career as a writer. There, she meets and subsequently enters into a relationship with writer and newspaper editor Xiao Jun (William Feng), but the often turbulent romance ends five years later. Her journeys during this time take her to Qingdao, Shanghai and Wuhan, and in each city she defiantly hones her craft despite opposition from various authorities and the danger posed by the Japanese military.
This edition includes a making-of featurette.
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