Sohu Entertainment News, “Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Founding of the Communist Party of China” key gift film “Revolutionary” was officially released nationwide on July 1. “Revolutionaries” is supervised by Guan Hu, Liang Jing is the chief producer, and Xu Zhanxiong is directed. Zhang Songwen, Li Yifeng, Tong Liya lead the starring, Peng Yuchang, Han Geng, Li Jiuxiao, Bai Ke, Qin Hao, Yu Qian and other special stars, Sun Xilun Starring, Zhang Ruonan, Xin Yunlai, Zhu Ziyu, Zhang Cheng, etc., for the first time focused on the magnificent revolutionary journey of Mr. Li Dazhao, one of the main founders of the Chinese Communist Party and the earliest Marxist in China. A few days ago, “Revolutionaries” released a “Believe Edition” lineup poster, outlining a group portrait of the turbulent era a hundred years ago.
“Revolutionaries” “Believe Version” Group Portrait Character Poster Released Real and Fictional Characters Co-exist and Lively Reproduce Group Portraits of the Revolution Era
In the latest set of posters for the full lineup of characters released in the movie “Revolutionaries”, all the characters in the film with different identities and different classes appear. The composition of the poster is concise and majestic, from left to right, transitioning from a black background to a portrait under soft light, echoing the famous line in Li Dazhao’s “Youth”, “Go ahead and ignore the back, back the darkness and turn to the light”. Among these figures are the early revolutionary “fire broadcasters” who left an immortal mark in history, such as Li Dazhao (Zhang Songwen) and Chen Duxiu (Qin Hao), as well as passionate and progressive young people who were inspired by pioneers to devote themselves to the cause of revolution. , Such as Mao Zedong (played by Li Yifeng) and Deng Zhongxia (played by Xin Yunlai). In addition to famous historical figures, the full lineup of posters also introduces a number of very representative fictional characters: Qingzi (played by Li Jiuxiao) is a progressive worker who was enlightened by Li Dazhao’s revolutionary ideas as a child, and Xu San (Bai Ke (Played) are progressive people awakened under Li Dazhao’s care and inspiration. Although these people of all walks of life have not left their exact names in history, they have done their part to take on the important task of saving the nation and composing together A magnificent poem on the journey of revolution.
“Revolutionaries” premiered on July 1st. Multi-age audiences were moved to tears and said, “We can’t live up to the sacrifice of the pioneers”
The film “Revolutionary” was officially released nationwide on July 1. When celebrating the centenary of the founding of the party, a large number of viewers chose to watch the main theme works, looking back at the pioneers’ struggles a hundred years ago, and gaining insights into the turbulent journey of revolutionaries. “Revolutionary” has received wide acclaim from audiences of all ages with innovative artistic techniques and sophisticated production standards. Many netizens said they “looked crying”. In the film, Li Dazhao calmly boarded the gallows for the awakening of the nation moved countless people: “It’s so touching, it is the dedication of our predecessors that makes our life today. We must cherish the present and live up to their sacrifices.” After the end, still immersed in emotions for a long time, an elderly audience was still humming the ending song “Youth” when they exited the stage.
The film’s innovative romantic expression techniques have received a lot of praise. The multi-perspective non-linear narrative design “injects many ideas, such as reconstructing the structure of the major historical moments of Li Dazhao’s life, which is more in line with modern people’s aesthetics and shooting techniques. Very modern”. The film attracted and moved the three generations of old, middle-aged and young people, and many viewers expressed that they would bring their children to watch. “Understanding the history of our country and the contributions of our revolutionary ancestors” is of great significance to the growth and success of the next generation of youth.
The movie “Revolutionary” is directed by the Film Bureau of the Central Propaganda Department, and is produced by Beijing Guangguang Film Co., Ltd., Seven Impressions Film and Television Media (Haikou) Co., Ltd., Hebei Film Studio, and China Film Distribution Co., Ltd.; the Central Party School has film and television Center Co., Ltd., Bayi Film Studio, Youth Light (Yangzhou) Film Co., Ltd., Seven Impressions (Xiamen) Film and Television Media Co., Ltd., Beijing Huanshixi Culture Media Co., Ltd., Anhui Film Group Co., Ltd., Jiangsu Film Jointly produced by Group Co., Ltd., Hebei Jinxi Iron and Steel Group Co., Ltd., Tangshan Cultural Tourism Investment Group Co., Ltd., and Huanrui Century United Co., Ltd.; Propaganda Department of the Hebei Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China, the Propaganda Department of the Beijing Municipal Committee of the Communist Party of China, and the Propaganda Department of the Anhui Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China , The Propaganda Department of the Fujian Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China, the Tangshan Municipal Committee of the Communist Party of China, the People’s Government of Tangshan City, and the Propaganda Department of the Dongcheng District Committee of the Communist Party of China. The film was released nationwide on July 1, and the popularity of the film has been escalating recently. Let us walk into the theater together, trace the footprints of the revolutionary ancestors a hundred years ago, and pay tribute to their great sacrifices.
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