Chunya Chai – Wo guxiang siwang de si zhong fangshi AKA Four Ways to Die in My Hometown (2012)

Journalist-turned-filmmaker Chai Chunya was born in a village in Gansu, the Chinese province adjoining Tibet, and he returned there to shoot this remarkable debut feature. The story he tells is poetic, even fanciful: Ga Gui, a young woman who left to find education and work in the big city, visits her home village because she’s had a premonition that her elderly father is dying. She finds him preparing for death by sleeping in a makeshift coffin but also convinced that he has a mission to revive the community before the exodus of its young turns the place into a ghost town. Chai boldly goes beyond realism in his quest for the Buddhist essence of rural life in Gansu. The ’four ways to die’ are those associated with the elements: the windy air, the red-clay earth, fire, water. The film is chaptered around them as it moves from drama to meditation.

2.53GB | 1h 32m | 1280×544 | mkv

https://nitroflare.com/view/2D963A1DE4C8A27/Four.Ways.to.Die.in.My.Hometown.2012.WEB-DL.720p.h264.AAC-DEEP.mkv
or
https://tezfiles.com/file/d17875061a85d/Four.Ways.to.Die.in.My.Hometown.2012.WEB-DL.720p.h264.AAC-DEEP.mp4

Language(s):Chinese
Subtitles:English

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