Confucius

(China Movie)
Confucius (DVD) China Movie
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  • Mandarin
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  • English, Chinese
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  • Title : Confucius / 孔子
  • Running time: Appx. 126 minutes
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2010
  • Listing date : 27 Mar 2010
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)

  • Directed by
  • Hu Mei
  • Cast by
  • Chow Yun Fat , Zhou Xun , Lu Yi , Chen Jianbin , Zhang Ran , Zhang Zhi Qiang
  • Synopsis
  • A film about the life of the ancient Chinese philosopher and educator Confucius. The film is particularly interested in the life of this great philosopher between 51 years and 73 years. Confucius (551 - 479 BC) was born in the Chinese State of Lu, now the district of Qufu in Shandong Province (east). It was a great teacher, a philosopher, a renowned politician and founder of Confucianism.

    In the age of warring Chinese states, during which countless wars were waged to unify kingdoms, the King of Lu gets help from highly influential philosopher Confucius to regain his power. Confucius uses his intelligence and charisma to save the state of Lu from inner conflict and perpetual war. However, the political powerhouses of the state start to feel threatened by the philosopher, fearing that they may lose their control over the puppet king. Confucius goes willingly into exile, wandering from state to state without losing his ideals for peace and harmony.

    Best Cinematography - 2011 (30th) Hong Kong Film Awards - April 17, 2011

  • Synopsis
  • A film about the life of the ancient Chinese philosopher and educator Confucius. The film is particularly interested in the life of this great philosopher between 51 years and 73 years. Confucius (551 - 479 BC) was born in the Chinese State of Lu, now the district of Qufu in Shandong Province (east). It was a great teacher, a philosopher, a renowned politician and founder of Confucianism.

    In the age of warring Chinese states, during which countless wars were waged to unify kingdoms, the King of Lu gets help from highly influential philosopher Confucius to regain his power. Confucius uses his intelligence and charisma to save the state of Lu from inner conflict and perpetual war. However, the political powerhouses of the state start to feel threatened by the philosopher, fearing that they may lose their control over the puppet king. Confucius goes willingly into exile, wandering from state to state without losing his ideals for peace and harmony.

    Best Cinematography - 2011 (30th) Hong Kong Film Awards - April 17, 2011