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(437) 6.0 147 min 2019

Yin he bu xi ban is a movie starring Chao Deng, Yu Bai, and Suxi Ren. When his space shuttle flight has an accident, an astronaut remembers the lessons his father taught him growing up.

Xi Wang, Yu Bai, Suxi Ren, Chao Deng
Chao Deng, Baimei Yu

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Chao Deng, Baimei Yu
Writer Baimei Yu
Stars Xi Wang, Yu Bai, Suxi Ren, Chao Deng
Country China
Also Known As Looking Up, 銀河補習班, 银河补习班, Galaxy Crammers
Runtime 2H 27M
Description When his space shuttle flight has an accident, an astronaut remembers the lessons his father taught him growing up.

Top reviews

Saturday, 26 Sep 2020 21:33

I have watched this film 2 times in a row and I love it every time. The two main characters have great chemistry together. The plot is original and it is executed perfectly. I think it is a must see for anyone who has a love for film, a deep understanding of history and literature and a fascination with different cultures. I am not really a student of history but i did watch this film to check the authenticity of this film. All in all, I was so surprised by how good it was. I want to see it again in the theater and I am sure I will love it again. I have to give a little credit to the director and the writer for this film. They are both amazing in this film. The costumes, the sets, the camera, everything. The actors and actresses are wonderful as well. This is a must see. I am so proud to see this movie. The history lesson in this film is just amazing. All the history lessons from "King Lear", "Macbeth" and "The Tempest" are in this film. I don't really know why the Academy Award for Best Director was given to this film. I think it was a great film. It is a little bit like the classic "Kubla Khan" in that respect, though this film is so much better than Kubla Khan. It is just more entertaining, more gripping, more cinematic, more breathtaking and more great. I highly recommend this film to anyone who has not seen it yet, or you have never seen it and you want to see it for the first time in a long time. If you love film, history and literature and have a great appreciation for history and literature, I promise you will love this film. It is a must see for everyone.
Tuesday, 08 Sep 2020 01:21

My first introduction to Xi Bai was in the spring of 1999, during the ten days of the Chinese New Year. One of my friends suggested we go to a nightclub in Hong Kong, and I decided to pay a visit to Xi Bai's home in Beijing, the last of the Yang family, and to learn a little about this woman's life. Xi Bai's story is, in itself, an interesting one. Born in rural China, she left her village and spent most of her childhood as a girl and woman in a small village, learning to read, writing poetry and acting as a woman in front of a mirror. After a period of depression, her father remarried, and Xi Bai, now a young woman of twenty, moved to Beijing. Xi Bai's early life, and her conversion to the communist party, were marked by odd events. Her father, a former member of the party who had been exiled in Taiwan, took a position as a Communist Party official. When Xi Bai's father died, she was brought up in a family of four sisters, the eldest of whom was a woman who had been married twice and had three children. Xi Bai was the youngest of the girls, and her mother and older sister struggled to bring her up in a traditional way, with a strict mother, a strict father, and a life of isolation and poverty. This story, of the women who fight for their rights, and struggle to achieve them, is well-told by Chen Hou-Yu and Fu Yang-Chun in the book, "The Great Enemy," written by the same author. Xi Bai's relationship with her father and the party was such that the women's name, "Miao Ching," was translated as "mother." Xi Bai also fought for the party, and often was a pawn in its battles with the Nationalists. However, when she married, she was suddenly declared a "gongzi," an agent of the party. Xi Bai left her husband and children, returned to Beijing, and married a man who had been the husband of the man who had been the father of her children. The next morning, he died. Xi Bai's husband was a wealthy businessman, but Xi Bai was forced to find a means to support her family. Xi Bai worked as a cook, housekeeper, and finally, a maid, while she did not have a steady income. During this time, she fell in love with another woman who worked in the palace. She learned the art of shuanggui (a kind of Chinese dance, popular in the late nineteenth century), and from the director of the palace, she became a skilled performer, in order to gain access to the studio where she worked. This movie shows us the hard life of a person who has to work under a strict mother, a father who has a passion for his daughter's career, and a wife who is always expecting a new husband. This film is based on a book, "The Great Enemy" written by Chen Hou-Yu and Fu Yang-Chun. It is an interesting story, and I would recommend it to any person who has not yet seen it.
Thursday, 06 Aug 2020 20:39

The film revolves around the hapless, frail, and desperate amateur boxer Chu Shu and his erratic, inconsistent, but ultimately heroic life. The movie opens with Chu Shu's fighting career. The viewer is given the sense of Chu Shu's rise and fall. At this point, Chu Shu's fight career is cut short. The film ends with Chu Shu's best friend taking his own life. The theme of the movie is one of trust and the underbelly of society. When Chu Shu starts to pick up a new friend, his new friend has already died. The following day, Chu Shu begins to pick up a new woman. In this day and age of social media, his new life seems like an eternity. Chu Shu's new girlfriend is very much in his way. She is self centered, ungrateful, and highly jealous of Chu Shu. This is the type of girl that Chu Shu hates and looks down upon. The movie illustrates Chu Shu's selfless act of saving her life. Chu Shu is able to save her life at a critical point in her life. This is a good example of the makings of a good film. Chu Shu's acting is just outstanding. He has the ability to portray an emotional roller coaster of emotions. He is not only able to show us the sadness and loneliness, but also to give us the emotion of love and bravery. His portrayal of Chu Shu is one of the greatest acting performances I have ever seen. The character Chu Shu is a human being, he is human. Chu Shu is a person with faults, but he is also someone who is able to overcome these flaws and rise above them to become a hero. The film is an incredibly powerful and dramatic depiction of life. The most surprising thing is that Chu Shu is able to rise above these flaws, and the violence that is prevalent in society. The title of this movie gives the viewer a sense of isolation and chaos, and this feeling is heightened when Chu Shu is suddenly picked up by a new person. The viewer feels a sense of uncertainty and disorientation when Chu Shu is picked up by a new person. This is a movie that should be seen and enjoyed by everyone. I would highly recommend this film to anyone. The story is simple, but it is the main reason that this movie is able to rise above the negative aspects of society. I highly recommend that this movie be seen by anyone.

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