King of the Children Trailer

King of the Children Trailer (1987)

01 January 1987 107 mins

An unschooled young man, one of the countless victims of Mao's Cultural Revolution, is labouring in the countryside when he is suddenly assigned to teach in a near-by village school. Gradually, he finds the confidence to ditch the Maoist textbook and encourage the barely literate kids to write about their own lives and feelings. At the same time, through a series of dream-like meetings with a young cowherd, he begins to sense the possibilities of a life beyond the parameters of traditional education.

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Cast

Shaohua Chen

as Headmaster Chen

Yuan Xie

as Lao Gar

Xuewen Yang

as Wang Fu

Guoqing Xu

as Lao Hei

Crew

Chen Kaige

Director

Gu Changwei

Gu Changwei Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

China 01 January 1987

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