Dear Enemy release new poster and theme song

Lovers? Enemies? Xu Jinglei and Stanley Huang pair off together again in Dear Enemy.

Director – actress Xu Jinglei is back again with Dear Enemy 亲密敌人, the major modern film of this holiday season.  Up against major blockbusters The Flowers of War and Flying Swords of the Dragon Gates, Xu Jingelei says that she won’t move her film’s release date despite it going against the two major films.   She’s especially confident that her cosmopolitan film is unique amongst the December releases.

Watch her costar Stanley Huang‘s MV for the film below from fountainpark723@YouTube.
https://web.archive.org/web/20120115101513oe_/http://www.youtube.com/v/HxaYkwWGGSA?version=3&hl=en_US&hd=1

 

Upcoming Chinese Romance Movies of 2010

Sorry – the new site and forum is being fixed and worked out. We’ll make an announcement on this site when it is more  complete.

In the meantime, here’s a list of modern day romance movies to look forward to in 2010, because these films are covered less than the ancient/wuxia/martial arts films by English-language media and yet, China has completely nose-dived into this genre in the past year.  Cinema goers in China want the choice of  light-hearted entertainment from the cinema, and the Chinese film industry is rapidly accommodating that niche in the market.

Last year, there was only a small selection – this year there’s much much more. With China’s total box office up 44% in 2009, and 1.65 cinema screens added per day, with no signs of slowly down, this should only be one sign to look forward to of the growing diversification of China’s rapidly rising film industry.

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Patricia Field becomes Stylist Consultant for “Du Lala’s Promotion”

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China’s film market growing in size means that you now have enough money to hire famous crew. While I normally would rather these jobs go to rising Chinese artists, so that the industry can actually build up talent, who can say no to Patricia Field? She’s the stylist for Sex and the City, Devil Wears Prada, etc. She flew from New York to Beijing in order to be a consultant for the movie, Du Lala’s Promotion, an adaptation of a very popular novel in China, and the much publicized directorial comeback of actress-director-screenwriter Xu Jinglei.

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