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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
张艺谋. ; ; Yimou Zhang; Liaoning wen hua yi shu chu ban she.
|Language Note:||Dialogue in Madarin Chinese with Chinese subtitles.|
|Notes:||Originally produced as motion pictures from 1992 to 1999.|
|Credits:||Photography, LuÌ Le [and others] ; editor, Du Yuan [and others] ; music, Zang Tianshuo [and others].|
|Cast:||Jiang Wen, Li Baotian, Qu Ying (1st film); Gong Li, Lei Kesheng, Liu Peiqi (2nd film); Zhang Ziyi, Sun Honglei, (3rd film); Wei Minzhi, Zhang Huike (4th film).|
|Description:||4 videodiscs : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||[disc 1]. You hua hao hao shuo = Keep cool (1997, 94 min.) --
[disc 2]. Qiuju da guan si = The story of Qiuju (1992, 100 min.) --
[disc 3]. Wo de fu qin mu qin = The road home (1999, 89 min.) --
[disc 4]. Yi ge dou bu neng shao = Not one less (1999, 90 min.).
|Other Titles:||You hua hao hao shuo.
Qiuju da guan si.
Wo de fu qin mu qin.
Yi ge dou bu neng shao.
Guo ji ji da dao yan Zhang Yimou dian ying zuo pin zhen cang ji
Qiuju da guan si: The story of a village woman seeking justice for the maltreatment of her husband by the village chief.
Wo de fu qin mu qin: As a son helps his mother arrange for the burial of his father in the traditional Chinese custom of his mother's village, the beautiful and touching story of his parent's courtship unfolds. His father was from the city and came to his mother's village to become the schoolmaster. In the days of arranged marriages, the son discovers that his parents marriage was the first marriage based on love.
Yi ge dou bu neng shao: A young woman is ordered to a remote Chinese village to be a substitute teacher. Barely older than her students, the shy girl is charged with keeping the class intact for one month or she won't be paid. When one of her students disappears into the city to find work, the stubborn teacher is determined to follow the boy and bring him back to school. Once in the city, her simple peasant pleas fall on deaf ears, and only when the local television sympathizes does her search bear fruit.