The Story of Qiu Ju

The Story of Qiu Ju

The Story of Qiu Ju is a 1992 Chinese comedy-drama film. The film was directed by Zhang Yimou and, as in many of his films, stars Gong Li in the title role. The screenplay is an adaption of Chen Yuanbin's novella The Wan Family's Lawsuit. The film tells the story of a peasant woman, Qiu Ju, who lives in a rural area of China. When her husband is kicked in the groin by the village head, Qiu Ju, despite her pregnancy, travels to a nearby town, and later a big city to deal with its bureaucrats and find justice.

A pregnant peasant woman seeks redress from the Chinese bureaucracy after the village chief kicks her husband in the groin in this comedy of justice. As she is frustrated by each level of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Francisco L (br) wrote: Well acted and very satisfying for the fans of this show, with many twists and turns and interesting plot.

laura b (us) wrote: This film is bigged up way to much. The cast was great but the film was boring. Really couldn't get into it. The storyline didn't flow and was so confusing.

Tommy M (mx) wrote: 8/10.. One of my fav Irish

Larry Y (ag) wrote: Watered-down version of what was a good James Ellroy novel. Woods cut out what makes Lloyd Hopkins so driven (and messed up).

Cyril P (fr) wrote: La limite ce ce type de classements de films, c'est que l'on se retrouve a devoir placer un monument comme Shoah entre deux films qui, forcement, paraissent futiles a cote...

JD H (ca) wrote: The big, colourful Daleks are the only worthwhile thing in this cheap and trashy remake of the superior TV serial.

Michael W (de) wrote: Ex-CIA with car trouble eliminates a political conspiracy in small town while waiting for his transmission to be repaired at the local garage. A rousing affair and Reynolds' best film of the 80s; Burt's confrontation with some locals on the bridge is not to be missed.

Courtney K (us) wrote: this movie is stupid and so are the characters in it. the idea isn't terrible, although Tremors does it much better, but it's cheesy and there's too many holes in the plot to have a chance at being saved. it's 2015, don't we have enough of these?