- Actores: Jingchu Zhang, Daoming Chen, Chen Daoming, Yi-Ching Lu, Jin Chen
- Directores: Feng Xiaogang, Xiaogang Feng
- Formato: Edición coleccionista, Pantalla ancha, Importación, Adulto
- Audio: Alemán (Dolby Digital 5.1), Alemán (DTS), Chino mandarín (Dolby Digital 5.1), Chino mandarín (DTS)
- Subtítulos: Alemán
- Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
- Relación de aspecto: 2.35:1
- Número de discos: 2
- Calificación FSK: No recomendada para menores de 16 años. No se nos ha facilitado la calificación española por edades (ICAA), pero puedes consultarla en la página oficial del ICAA. Las calificaciones por edad y/o versiones de otros países no siempre coinciden con la española. Más información sobre las diferentes calificaciones por edad.
- Estudio: Koch Media
- Duración: 130 minutos
- ASIN: B005CFXZ32
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº186.281 en Cine y Series TV (Ver el Top 100 en Cine y Series TV)
Aftershock (2 Discs, Mediabook) [Alemania] [DVD]
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Im Sommer 1976 bebt in der chinesischen Stadt Tangshan die Erde. Hunderttausende werden unter den Trümmern begraben, so auch die Zwillingskinder von Lia Yuanni. Das Rettungsteam erklärt der schwer verletzten Mutter, dass - egal welches Kind sie zuerst retten - es den sicheren Tod für das andere Kind bedeutet. Gezwungen, die schwerste Entscheidung ihres Lebens zu treffen, lässt Li Yuanni schließlich ihren Sohn retten. Sie ahnt nicht, dass ihre zurückgelassene Tochter dies mit anhört. Tage später wird das Mädchen von einem anderen Rettungsteam geborgen - sie hat auf wundersame Weise überlebt. Enttäuscht von ihrer Mutter, verleugnet Fang Deng ihre Identität und wird für ein Waisenkind gehalten. Sie wird adoptiert und verlässt das Land. Erst 32 Jahre später kehrt Fang Deng nach China zurück...
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The Tangshan earthquake lasted slightly less than a minute, killed 250,000 people. Before the earthquake fish jumped out of aquariums. 89% of the buildings in Tangshan were reduced to rubble, and a million people were left homeless. Aftershock tracks the story of one family, and its effect on them.
A young mother is faced with a crushing dilemma. Both her six year old twin children are trapped under a huge concrete beam. One cannot be rescued without the other being crushed to death. We don't know if another aftershock will kill both of them at any moment. She decides to save her son. She lays the daughter next to the body of her husband believing her dead. However, the daughter regains consciousness, and is adopted by a soldier and his wife. The mother, believing her daughter dead has to live with the consequences of her decision. The daughter faded in and out of consciousness during the rescue, we don't know how much she heard of rescue attempt. However, her subsequent behavior offers clues.
So we follow their lives from then to the present day. We understand their suffering because it makes sense, there are mysteries within the movie, such as will daughter and mother ever be reunited, or will the twin siblings ever be reunited. We hope that for the sake of the story it will happen, but the fact that the daughter marries and moves to Canada seems to indicate otherwise.
Aftershock, is cinematic storytelling at its best. We don't have understand Chinese to fell gripped by the emotions that are unfolding onscreen. Our own humanity abd abillty to feel bridges any language barrier. I feel that Afershock is truly an emotional masterpiece, and the director Xiaogang Feng is the James Cameron of China, and this movie is China's Titanic.
I believe this movie is a very important milestone in Chinese filmmaking history, as much if not more than the better known movies such as Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. I am very impressed with the quality of foreign movies this year particularly the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo series, which challenge Hollywood to improve its own standards of storytelling. Foreign moviemakers are now regularly making movies as good as anything being made in Hoillywood, and that's a very good thing.
Aftershock is one of the best foreign movies I have ever seen. I hope you will experience it too. I think you will love it.
If I had my druthers, I would have wanted to go into the film without knowing the major components of its plot. However, some of the details seem to be inescapable if you look at any of the marketing material, advertising, or product descriptions. The film does begin with a spectacular sequence recreating the Tangshan quake. It's a realistic and harrowing depiction that would stand on par to any contemporary special effects you'd see in Hollywood blockbusters. But this is no empty headed disaster film (which I love), but something much more heartfelt and affecting. On this fateful evening, a family of four is divided and it's not until 32 years later where they will all understand the truth of the night. The father is killed, the mother and her son live haunted by their memories, and the daughter is raised by a foster family. We see all the characters at intervals in their lives and, though the earthquake may be history, it and its aftershocks are carried within the psyche of everyone that lived through it. The film culminates with a 2008 Sichaun earthquake that forces our characters to confront one another again. It's incredibly potent and moving drama. Truly!
I, more than anything else you're likely to read, have been purposefully vague about the details of the movie. The film would be better served if its plot unraveled naturally without expectation. Wildly popular in China, "Aftershock" has become that country's highest grossing domestic film ever and was submitted for Academy consideration as China's contender for a Best Foreign Film Oscar (although sadly, it was not nominated). The cast is superb and the screenplay is surprisingly understated. The film is wildly dramatic but it wisely stays away from melodrama. In other hands, this story might have been engineered as weepy and overwrought. Here, I believed the final revelations and reunions because they played on a more realistic keel. They're still likely to make you cry like a baby, but none of the emotion is forced or false. Great actors, with a great screenplay, in a great film. In case I haven't been clear, I think "Aftershock" is quite a special film! Check it out. KGHarris, 10/11.
This is not a fast-moving film, it's a contemplative one. The tragedy of the earthquake is unbearably sad, but the film is redemptive. The screenplay, acting, cinematography and musical score are all top-notch. It would be very difficult to find anything to critique.