Quan’an Wang

  • Quan’an Wang – Bai lu yuan (2011)

    White Deer Plain is a 2011 Chinese drama film directed by Wang Quan’an and based on the novel of the same name by Chen Zhongshi. In the White Deer Village in Shaanxi Province the two most important families – Bai and Lu – and their sons have always lived together in peace. But the turmoil leads to a fierce struggle for land ownership.Read More »

  • Quan’an Wang – Tuan yuan (2010)

    Synopsis:
    Liu returns to his native city Shanghai after 50 years spent in Taiwan. He has come to find the first love of his life, Qiao, who he left behind pregnant. In the meantime, Qiao has married and formed a family. But Liu is determined to get the family’s approval to take her away with him. —AnonymousRead More »

  • Quan’an Wang – Fang zhi gu niang AKA Weaving Girl (2009)

    Diagnosed with cancer and unable to afford treatment, a woman decides to leave her unhappy marriage search for her first love in Beijing.Read More »

  • Quan’an Wang – Yue shi (1999)

    Synopsis: A young newlywed has a chance encounter with an enigmatic minivan driver with a passion for photography. When the amateur photographer confesses to her a previous love affair with a woman who bears an uncanny resembalance to the newlywed, the young woman falls under the spell of this soft-spoken, unkempt, and seemingly hapless young man.Read More »

  • Quan’an Wang – Öndög (2019)

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    A naked woman is found murdered in the Mongolian steppe. Overnight, a young and inexperienced policeman has to secure the crime scene. Since he is not familiar with the dangers on site, a local herder is sent to guard him and the body. This resolute woman in her mid-thirties knows how to handle a rifle – and how to scare away wolves. She lights a fire against the cold. Alcohol also helps them to stay warm. At her instigation, the two get closer to each other. The next morning, they will go their separate ways.
    At the centre of this film is a tenacious woman in the uninhabited expanse of the steppe. This otherwise self-sufficient herder, known to everyone as ‘dinosaur’, only tolerates her caring neighbour when there is a problem with her herd.Read More »

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