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Matteo Satta 1 year ago
Ben Hazelwood over 7 years ago
Xiu Xiu: The Sent Down Girl (Chinese: 天浴; pinyin: Tiān Yù) is a 1998 Chinese film directed by actress Joan Chen based during the 1970s in People's Republic of China, during the Cultural Revolution's Down to the Countryside Movement, instituted by Mao for political reasons. This drama film is the directorial debut of Chen. The film stars Lu Lu (Chinese: 李小璐) and Lopsang (Chinese: 洛桑群培). The literal translation of this movie's name is "open-air bath". Xiu Xiu (Chinese: 秀秀), a 15-year-old girl living in the city of Chengdu, moves out to study horses in the countryside from a nomadic Tibetan. She is told that after six months, she will return to take charge of her all-girl cavalry unit. However she quickly discovers that she is not returning. She learns lessons about life while struggling against corrupt government officials who manipulate her hopes and body. Her only friend is the eunuch horseman, Lao Jin. Although the U.S. distributor claimed the film was banned in China for sexual and...
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