Talking about Chinese films, surely what comes to your mind is kung fu films or action films that often appeared on Indonesian television screens in the 2000s. Yes, no? Many action actors at that time were idolized by many people such as Jet Li, Jackie Chan and others. However, China does not only have films with the kung fu genre or action. China also has several other films that are comedy, animation, romance, and even drama.
Even though the Chinese film titles are not very global yet, the stories that are presented are still of high quality. In Indonesia, Chinese films have not entered all theaters in Indonesia. However, there are several cinemas that are worldwide, such as CGV and XXI, which have shown Chinese films.
Chinese films can now be said to be able to compete with Hollywood films or Japanese films because Chinese films can also be viewed by streaming on digital platforms such as Netflix. But at this time you can’t watch the latest films from China in theaters because China’s condition is currently in a state of emergency caused by the Corona Virus that has spread in China and other countries. Until now, it has been reported that around 70,000 cinemas in China have been temporarily closed to prevent the further spread of the Corona virus. It is known that the Corona virus has spread since January 25, 2020, to coincide with the Chinese New Year. Many film distributors canceled the release of their films and postponed their release until the situation in China stabilized.
Well, but do you already know the cool Chinese films that were released at the end of 2019 yesterday? If you’re curious, take a look at the reviews one by one below, the 10 best Chinese films released at the end of 2019, as compiled from joniqq.
This film, directed by Han Han, presents an exciting and tense car racing action. Zhang Chi, who is definitely the champion of rally racing, must get his driver’s license back in order to take part in the last rally competition.
In order to participate in the competition, Zhang Chi had to overcome various obstacles, such as having to build a rally car to enter the competition. This Pegasus film tells more about the world of car racing.
2. So long, My Son.
Tells about family life in China, this film tells about the inequality, wealth and wisdom of a child. However, this film is not a film that touches politics, but shows the daily life of local people. In this film the audience will find lessons about love and family.
3. Better Days.
This film features the acting of Zhou Dongyu and Jakson Yee who portray two female students who experience different fates, namely students who are bullied (Chen Nian) and drop out of school (Xiao Bei). This film is a teen drama genre.
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