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Kan shang qu hen mei

Little Red Flowers (World-wide)

My Rating: /10
Rating:  6.8/10  Votes:  ( 25 )    IMDb

Director:
Release:
2006 February, 15
Country:
China
Italy
Runtime:
92 minutes
Genre:
Comedy / Drama
Cumulative Worldwide Gross:
$ 303 898

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Qiang is a four-year-old little rebel, possessed of a pair of luminous eyes and a precociously indomitable will. His father deposits him at a well-appointed residential kindergarten in post-1949 Beijing, since his parents are often away. Life at the kindergarten appears rich and colourful, made up of a variety of cheerfully sunny rituals and games meant to train these children to be good members of society. But it's not so easy for Qiang to adapt to this kind of carefully organized, minutely scrutinized collective life. A fierce individualist in miniature, he tries but fails to conform to the model his teachers enforce. Yet he still craves the reward that the other students win: the little red flowers awarded each day as tokens for good behaviour. But Qiang doesn't win any flowers: he can't yet dress himself, and doesn't play together with the other kids. He even dares to talk back to the strict Teacher Li and Principal Kong when they try to impose some discipline on him. Gradually, his charisma and bravado start to win over his classmates: their stealthy little rebellions gain steam when he succeeds in convincing everyone that Teacher Li is a child-eating monster in disguise. When their attempt to capture her is thwarted, Qiang's resistance develops a more disturbing dimension, and he is forcibly ostracized from his companions. Will he succumb to the adult-enforced conformity around him, or will he insist on growing up his own way, by his own rules? - IMDb

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Arithmetic mean = 6.8
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Keywords: Show

Children's Cast:

Bowen Dong Fang Qiangqiang

User Commentaries:

Dverbon      20 Mar 2019
The review omits the climatic scene: Qiang has convinced the rest of the children that Principal Kong is a monster by night and has a tail, and coerces them to band together during the night to tie her up using shoelaces. So in the middle of the night, they all climb out of bed and in ranks began creeping up the stairs to her bedroom. The camera views are mostly from the rear as they sneak on fours, and since they all sleep naked except for nightshirts, the audience is multiply "mooned"! See the movie for how it turns out! The movie is fairly accurate in depicting Chinese boarding kindergartens.
ninjamasters      26 Nov 2011
there a lottes of nudistes sean in thise movie the onlything thats bother me hise thats they where treating the kids likes a bunch of animal like they where a bunch of cows are something like thats

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