The Road Home (Wo de fu qin mu qin)2001
The Road Home (Wo de fu qin mu qin) (2001)
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as Young Zhao Di
as Luo Changyu
as Elderly Zhao Di
as Elderly Mayor
as Luo Yusheng
as Young Mayor
as Elderly Carpenter Xia
as Young Carpenter Xia
as Crockery Repairman
as Luo Changyu
Critic Reviews for The Road Home (Wo de fu qin mu qin)
About love acutely desired in youth and fiercely remembered in old age delicately simple and emotionally satisfying.
If this film's coda doesn't move you to tears, you'd better make an appointment with your cardiologist.
A layered, delicately but surely romantic tribute to the simplicity and grace of a bygone era.
Celebrates a beauty and heroism around us that we often miss in both our movies and our lives.
Zhang Yimou focuses so frequently on Ziyi's face in extreme close-up that she sticks like a daguerreotype to your retina -- and then your heart.
Audience Reviews for The Road Home (Wo de fu qin mu qin)
Finally got round to watching this 15-year-old film. Very touching, well-directed, sumptuously filmed story of young love. If you are tired of seeing Chinese films that bring out the worst in people (corruption, abuse of power, greed, injustice), then you should watch this. I found the plot of The Story of Qiu Ju???????a bit more interesting though, but The Road Home is more beautiful to watch. Zhang Ziyi is very lovable here.
A really sweet, heartwarming, simple sort of love story. Chinese mysticism meets Hans Christian Anderson sugar. Reminds me of my road home.
A true Romantic Film Here might even be considered a Chick Flick by some. Its about a man in China who is called home to bury his father, who was the village school teacher, so begins the novel as to how he met the man's mother who was a village girl who fell in love with the teacher at first sight. Not the typical American Love story, its better then that. Got to give it 5 Stars,
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