25 Apr Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Hu Ge’s new movie, “The Wild Goose Lake” has been chosen as one of many opponents for this 12 months Palme d’Or on the 2019 Cannes Movie Competition.
As reported on Epoch Instances, the film, directed by Diao Yinan (“Black Coal, Skinny Ice”), served as the primary movie for Hu since his return from the US after taking an extended hiatus to give attention to his research.
It tells the story of biker gang chief on the run and a determined girl playing their future at a practice station in South China.
Additionally it is reported that “The Wild Goose Lake” is the one Chinese language film chosen for the principle competitors, and will probably be competing with different movies from award-winning administrators like Ken Loach (“Sorry We Missed You”), Terrence Malik (“A Hidden Life”), and Bong Joon-ho (“Parasite”).
Hu will return with two different new movies this 12 months other than the mentioned film, together with the upcoming biopic “LINA”.
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