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Chongqing Blues / Rizhao Chongqing
Chongqing Blues / Rizhao Chongqing
2010, 35 mm, Color (16th Festival on Wheels)

Wang Xiaoshuai
Çin Halk Cumhuriyeti
Yang Yishu, Wang Xiaoshuai
Wu Di
Yang Hongyu, Fang Lei


Wang Xueqi, Fan Bingbing, Qin Hao, Zi Yi, Li Feier
Hsu Hsiao-Ming, Wang Xiaoshuai
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Captain Lin, at his return from a six months voyage, is told that his 25-year-old son Lin Bo was gunned down by the police. He wants to know what happened but he hardly knew his own son as he had left years ago. Thus he starts a journey back to a city he once lived, a journey of paternal exploration and confession. “Chongqing is a very unusual municipality. It is one of the main cities in the Sichuan province, inland China. It is truly representative of contemporary China, full of life, yet it has remained working-class and modest. With its big low-quality construction buildings, it is a more blue-collar town whose atmosphere is particularly friendly. I wanted to tell the story of a man who is always on the move. When he lived in Chongqing, he was often away, working on riverboats. After his divorce, he left to live further away, down the river. He now lives by the sea, and this is where he navigates. I really love the English word “Blues” as in the movie title. Chongqing is a city permanently beset by fog. It’s rare to see the sun. It is even said that it is the fog capital. Haze, clouds and a heavy sky make people a little blue all the time. And this is the kind of “blues” that the father feels deep inside.” Wang Xiaoshuai

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