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ESC to close 3.33 (by 45 users)zhi wo men zhong jiang shi qu di qing chun 致我們終將逝去的青春
  • 2013
  • film
  • China

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romanized zhi wo men zhong jiang shi qu di qing chun
native
english So Young
literal To Our Youth That Is Fading Away
aka To Our Eventually Lost Youth, zhi qing chun, ji ching chun, ji ngoh moon jung jeung sai hui dik ching chun, 致我们终将逝去的青春, 致青春

Based On

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title zhi wo men zhong jiang shi qu di qing chun
author Xin Yi Wu (辛夷塢)

Genres

genres drama, romance, youth

Language

language Mandarin

Production

country China
type real
format film

Release

date 26 Apr, 2013
duration 132 minutes
status released

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avg. score 3.33 of 5 by 45 users
total users 111
rating 150
favorites 3

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Lin Jing
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Zheng Wei
main
Chen Xiao Zheng
main
Ruan Wan
main
Zhang Kai
supporting
Li Wei Juan
supporting

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perhilien 28 Feb, 2015
It's quite depressing... I can't decide it try to be realistic or pessimistic about life... It wasn't bad but it wasn't good either (and now i'm quite optimistic about the movie....)
victorique 07 Sep, 2014
I like to watch a romance like this from time to time :) Tough I'm not fully satisfied with ending, it's not bad :)
draconia 17 Jul, 2013
I've found out about this movie after hearing that beautiful song by Wang Fei and it was very hard to wait for so long to be able to watch it.
It is really hard to believe that this movie is the very first for Zhao Wei as a director.
The atmosphere in this film is amazing (reminds me of BF*GF in some ways). Cast - 5+!
And I want to say that the picture itself is completely breathtaking. Bright and warm colors fading into dark and cold.
And I really want to visit places from the last part of the movie...
sarangimnida 20 May, 2013
I've been looking forward to this one since last summer (just deleted a comment I put up in Chinese about it from June to avoid double-posting). And yes, I did just watch it for Han Geng. Although a Chinese friend did also say it moved her to tears, which peaked my interest.

Anyway,

The soundtrack is fantastic. Wang Fei's (王菲) 致青春 has been on repeat on my iPod since I saw this movie. I'd never heard of the band Suede before, so I'm looking forward to searching through their back catalogue.

At times an accurate and nostalgic account of university years in China. The dorm scenes are particularly true for even the students of today, who have to share rooms with at least five others.

The acting was solid. This was a lot better than most of the movies coming from mainland China in recent months, although
Ruan Guan's immortality as a beautiful youth through her untimely death was quite predictable.

I was pleasantly surprised that Han Geng
plays a bit of a 'baddy' in this flick! He's a love interest, but not the main.
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