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Lost In Beijing    (2007)

Director :
Li Yu

Other titles : Ping guo (HK Title)
Country : China
Film Company : Laurel Films
Genre : Category 3 / Drama / Romance
HK Category : I I I
Runtime : 112 min.
Video : Colour
Audio : Speaking (Mandarin)
 Cast :  
Fan Bing Bing
Elaine Kam Yin Ling
Tony Leung Ka Fai
David Tong Da Wei
(full cast & crew)


Liu Pingguo (Fan Bingbing) is one of the staff in Golden Basin Foot Massage Parlor. Lin Dong (Tony Leung Ka-fai) and Wang Mei (Elaine Jin) are the owner of massage parlor. One night, after some heavy drinking, Dong takes Pingguo up to his lavish apartment and awkwardly forces himself on the girl as her window-cleaner husband Kun (Tong Dawei) watches unintentionally from outside. Later, when Pinggou discovers that she is pregnant, a series of matters happened in-between two families. Take Beijing city as the background, this story has unfolded society reality: A high speed development economy lets the people faced the morality as well as materialism and polarization of the rich and the poor contradictory conflict. (Modern Audio)
1.  Selected at the 2007 Berlin International Film Festival.  
2.  2007 Tribeca Film Festival (New York, USA) :
- Honorable Mention for Best Screenplay

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Director :
Li Yu
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Fan Bing Bing

Elaine Kam Yin Ling

Tony Leung Ka Fai

David Tong Da Wei


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