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Big shots funeral
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Big Shot's Funeral is a Chinese comedy film directed by Feng Xiaogang. Contents. [hide]. 1 Cast; 2 Plot; 3 References; 4 External links. Cast. 15 Apr Big Shot's Funeral marked the first major international project for director Feng Xiaogang, who has worked several times in the past with. 22 Mar A Hollywood helmer on location in Beijing attains his own personal nirvana in " Big Shot's Funeral," a slickly packaged, cross-cultural satire set.
20 Dec - 2 min - Uploaded by plainsvideo VHS TRAILER for Big Shot's Funeral aka Da wan () Stars: Donald Sutherland, Rosamund. 6 Dec - 2 min - Uploaded by dubaobao Big Shot's Funeral (), a Columbia Pictures film, directed by Feng Xiaogang, with Donald. 14 Nov Peter Bradshaw: A heavy-handed satire, fatally uncertain in tone, sending up China's embrace of western-style commercialism.
27 Apr Big Shot's Funeral is a sprawling modern day fable where East meets West on a movie set. The film centers on American auteur Tyler (Donald. kepierhall-hls.com: Big Shot's Funeral: Donald Sutherland, Rosamund Kwan, Paul Mazursky, You Ge, Da Ying, Xiaogang Feng: Movies & TV. 5 Nov A lame satire in which the death of a Hollywood director sparks a bidding war to sponsor his funeral. Although it is freezing cold this winter, it is worth while for moviegoers to venture out for Feng Xiaogang's new comic flick, "Big Shot's Funeral" (Da Wan'r). Read the Empire review of Big Shot's Funeral. Find out everything you need to know about the film from the world's biggest movie destination.
16 Aug Watch Big Shot's Funeral movie trailers, exclusive videos, interviews from the cast, movie. Synopsis. NOW PLAYING AT SELECTED THEATERS - This loopy Chinese comedy revolves around the funeral of a ''big shot'' player, and features Donald. Big Shot's Funeral Review One idea that I thought was interesting was of how the director blended both American and Chinese cultures together at the comedy. It's an unusual pitch: Tyler, an ailing film director (Sutherland), hits a creative block while shooting in China, and, before falling into a coma, instructs Yo.