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The public welfare movie "Broken Five" will be launched in Qijiang Town in February next year. 2013-12-27

 

Yesterday, the reporter learned in an interview that the local public welfare film "Broken Five" will be launched in Lujiang Town, Zhangzhou in February next year. It is understood that the film tells the story of a thief who is rehabilitated by a pair of left-behind brothers and sisters. The film writer and producer Wen Long, who was born in the military, said on the same day, "There are many film and television themes reflecting the left-behind children. The audience is also used to it. The special feature of the film lies in our thinking and deepening of social issues." Song Qi, director of "Broken Five" The strength is not bad. The first Yi children's music film "Looking for the Niu Tzu Qin" directed by him has won the "Most Cultural Heritage Performance Award" at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival in Germany. For the title of the film, Song Qi explained this: "'Break five' is the common name of the fifth day of the first month of the lunar calendar, which means that as long as you work hard in the new year, you can live a good life and represent a transformation. The theme of the film is also suspenseful."