Beginning of the Great Revival

(China Movie)
Beginning of the Great Revival (DVD) China Movie
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Beginning of the Great Revival

Beginning of the Great Revival

  • Video
  • PAL Widescreen 16:9
  • Audio
  • Mandarin
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese, Malay
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
  • Region code
  • Region code All

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  • Title : Beginning of the Great Revival / 建党伟业
  • Also known as : The Founding of a Party
  • Running time: Appx. 120 minutes
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2011
  • Listing date : 06 Oct 2011
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)

  • Directed by
  • Han Sanping , Huang Jianxin
  • Cast by
  • Liu Ye , Huang Jue , Li Chen , Qi Yuwu , Chow Yun Fat , Wang Xuebing , Andy Lau , Tan Kai , Alex Fong , Wang Lee Hom , Zhou Xun , Daniel Wu , Nick Cheung , John Woo
  • Synopsis
  • "Beginning of the Great Revival" is set in the period between 1911, from the beginning of the Xinhai Revolution in China, and the founding of the Communist Party of China in 1921.

    During the early 20th century, China was marked by political disunity, and a handful of individuals, including Mao Zedong, Li Dazhao and Zhou Enlai, envisioned a unified China. After World War I, the Western Allies gave Tsingtao and Kiaochow Bay to the Empire of Japan, stirring sentiments amongst China's youth which led to the May Fourth Movement. In March 1920, Grigori Voitinsky came to China in an attempt to spread communism to the Far East, and on 22 July 1921, thirteen representatives from throughout China met up at Shanghai's women's dormitory in what would be the beginning of the party.

  • Synopsis
  • "Beginning of the Great Revival" is set in the period between 1911, from the beginning of the Xinhai Revolution in China, and the founding of the Communist Party of China in 1921.

    During the early 20th century, China was marked by political disunity, and a handful of individuals, including Mao Zedong, Li Dazhao and Zhou Enlai, envisioned a unified China. After World War I, the Western Allies gave Tsingtao and Kiaochow Bay to the Empire of Japan, stirring sentiments amongst China's youth which led to the May Fourth Movement. In March 1920, Grigori Voitinsky came to China in an attempt to spread communism to the Far East, and on 22 July 1921, thirteen representatives from throughout China met up at Shanghai's women's dormitory in what would be the beginning of the party.