The film that has garnered the most attention this year in China is the June release "Tiny Times," a homegrown picture that has been likened to "The Devil Wears Prada" and "Sex and the City."
Just as glossy and shallow as its hit predecessor, this sequel is also a sexier affair that should continue the franchise's B.O. winning streak.
"Tiny Times" is distinctly New China. It's a Shanghai-set tale of beautiful girls and handsome boys who live in luxury and revel in their brand-name possessions and their Western-style values.
Consumerist, brand-obsessed Chinese film "Tiny Times" is heading to North American theaters after snagging $80 million at the B.O.
Trotting out more high heels and far-fetched plot twists than an Almodovar film, “Tiny Times” is China’s tween girl-power fantasy extraordinaire. Adapting his bestselling serial about four bosom…
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Xiaolu Guo won Locarno's Golden Leopard for "She, a Chinese" and scored praise for docu "Once Upon a Time Proleterian," but her latest, "UFO In Her Eyes," crashes and burns on first contact.
An inventive marriage of ancient China and Agatha Christie.
Fatih Akin's Hamburg-based Corazon Intl. is teaming with Paris' Les Petites Lumieres to produce "UFO in Her Eyes," the next film from China's Xiaolu Guo.
An over-leisurely, confusingly told study of a tough-guy cop on the cusp of retirement.
Cultural cliches run amok in "She, a Chinese," first narrative feature by mainland writer-director Xiaolu Guo.