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Under the Hawthorn Tree (2010)

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UNDER THE HAWTHORN TREE 

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˹ѧͧѡͧ˹蹪ǧѵѲ ѡͧҡ顯秷駢ͧյСͧä ѡѹẺ͹͡ѹա ѡẺͧͤԺͨоҹѹѡ ѡطѺẺ


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觷ʹش㹻ǤԴẺѡѹ (شóҡ) ͡Ժ 㹪ǧûѵѲ 繪ǧҢͧ˹Ǻ蹴Թչ ·駹ѴԺҧͧ͡ͺ ѹҽѹ? ҽѹʹҡ üѡԺҧͧ͡ͷͧ繤ǺԵ˹Ǥ鹹ʹҡ ջ繤ҡ鹢ͧö١价ӧҹ աáͧѰ ˹ǹͧѹͧѡѹСѹ§áʺ ѡͧͶ١ҧ˹觼ҹᾧª ¡ᾧ鹷˹蹷شᾧѰ繡ᾧСùԹҢͧ餹 (鹷˹) ᾧѰҴ¤кҧҧѧͧҧ͡Ѻŧա (繽¢ҷ١ѧء ⴹйʹж١Ŵ˹繤ҧشͧѧ ͵ͧùҧѡͷͧաҶ١çҹҹ͡ǷѺͧͧӺҡ)



Ҩк͡´« Ѱ ä Тͧҧѡѹ㹰ҹشó˹觢ͧ˹ (㹻Ѩغѹѧͧѡѹҧ) þѹ§¤駷ա¨Թҡäѡͧ繤ѡѹ˭ ;ǡҾ͡ѹ ءҹҷժҧդҡ ù§§ѹ Ѻ͡ѹ ͺͧѹСѹ ҡʹѹѡѡ˭ ҡ (ҧ¡ҡѹ㹤׹áͧഷǷءҹ㹤͹ѹͧԵ)
 


˹ѧʹͤѡͧҹѭҧ칢ͧú ҹ駤龺ѹ úɶ١ǡѧ ʹͧúɪ騹͡Ǣͧѹ¹ᴧ 駤辺ѡѹشҡóúẺФṺͧҡѺشó ᴧ㹵͹¢ͧҧ͡ ͼŢͧѡط (Ҩͻ) ѡ١Դشóѡѹ



㹹Ҩյººҧ͹ҧ͡ ѡѺ˹¹ѹǷͧͧ价 ѡѹͧ١ŧҧҡè 㹢зФѡͧҧ١ӹͧͧ ػäҹ 觷ѡͧṺ蹢 ѧҧѺشóͧäҡ ҧ֧ش ѡͧͧѡẺ ѹͤѡԧشó 繤觷ѹ٧觢



ʹ㨷شͪǧ¢ͧ˹ѧ͡Ҷ֧شҹе칡ŧ㹡ʹѧҧ͹ ¨к֧ͧ͡شóä شóѡ ͧ٭µͧѺع Шչ -ҡش͹Ѻͧҧ㹰ҹФ˹ѧҡ鹾觷ҵ͵ҹ(˹ѧͧ) ӹҨѰ« 繢ҧҡ (ѹҨпѧ§ҡѧ˹ѧͧú) ҧҡҨѺ仨ٺҡѺäҧ繷ҧèԧ ҧá ˹ѧͧءҧ㹰ҹТͧ˹ѧǡѺѡѹ
 


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ҧ: 1 win & 3 nominations

Asian Film Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2011 Nominated Asian Film Award Best Editor
Peicong Meng
Best Newcomer
Dongyu Zhou
 
Hong Kong Film Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2011 Nominated Hong Kong Film Award Best Asian Film
 
Udine Far East Film Festival
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2011 2nd place Audience Award Yimou Zhang
 

 


Plot:


Romance sparks between a young woman and a young man from different economic backgrounds during China''s Cultural Revolution of the 1960s and ''70s.
 

The Love of the Hawthorn Tree (simplified Chinese: 山楂树之恋; traditional Chinese: 山楂樹之戀) is a movie directed by the Chinese director Zhang Yimou. It was adapted from the popular 2007 novel "Hawthorn Tree Forever" by Ai Mi, which was based on a true story, and was set during the Cultural Revolution. The film was released in Mainland China (September 2010), Hong Kong (November 2010) and in Singapore (February 2011).

Set during the end of China''s Cultural Revolution in a small village in Yichang City, Hubei Province, China, this film is about a pure love that develops between a beautiful high school student, Zhang Jingqiu and a handsome young prospector named Lao San. Jingqiu is one of the "educated youth" sent to be "re-educated" through work in the countryside under a directive from Chairman Mao Zedong.

She arrives with a group in Xiping village, in the Yangtze River''s Three Gorges region, where they are shown a hawthorn tree called the Tree of Heroes which was reputedly nourished by the blood of Chinese martyrs executed by the Japanese during World War Two. Jingqiu is lodged with the family of village head , where she meets geology student Sun Jianxin (nicknamed Lao San) ,who also takes his meals at Zhang''s home, and was drawn his responsible and honorable character.

Lao San''s father held a high position in the military, but his mother committed suicide four years ago after being branded as a "rightist". Jing''s father was also a political prisoner somewhere in China and her mother, branded as a "capitalist", was reduced to menial work to support their family. Following the political persecution of her father, Jing Qiu lived with her mother and little siblings, working towards becoming a teacher to support her family.

Despite the fact that this could endagner the future of Jingqiu and her family, Jingqiu and Lao San fell in love and their relationship continues the following year. Lao San also promised to wait for her until she grew up. Jingqiu was torn between her feelings for Lao San and her filial duty to her family.

However, Lao San later developed leukaemia and forced himself to leave Jingqiu. Jing, without knowing about Lao San''s deadly disease, was only reunited with him when he was dying in hospital. The film closed with Jingqiu tearfully calling the unconscious Lao San, repeatedly saying "I''m Jingqiu, I am Jingqiu."
 


 

 

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