The Moon Reflected on the Er-Quan Spring Trailer

The Moon Reflected on the Er-Quan Spring Trailer (2006)

01 January 2006

Special Interest, Ballet & Modern Dance, Mandarin Language, Dance - Chinese folk artist Quan shares a deep love with the beautiful Yue'er, whose aging father plays the Chinese instrument known as the erhu. When the evil Gu family threatens the young couple's relationship, Yue'er takes drastic measures. Culminating in a tragic and bittersweet finale, this heart-wrenching stage drama, adapted from the famed erhu solo, is performed by the Liaoning Ballet Troupe in China.

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