Tears in Heaven Trailer

Tears in Heaven Trailer (2012)

09 April 2012 Drama, Romance, Family 100 mins

It has been a year since XiaoLin's death. She has left behind her husband, YiFan and their 5 year old son XiaoBin. Like the picture book the mother left behind, day-by-day XiaoBin waits for the rainy season to come, if as a miracle will happen. Suddenly, one day in a deserted forest a phenomenal event happens. Right before the YiFan's and XiaoBin's eyes XiaoLin mysteriously appears, however she has no memory of her life and no sense of identity. Thus, to get back XiaoLin's memory YiFan talks about their past and rekindles what they had. As the rainy season comes to an end XiaoLin leaves her husband and son again. It's only after XiaoLin leaves the untold mysteries and events are explained and understood.

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Jing Tian

as Xiaolin

Yi Lu

as Yifan

Mini Bin

as Kid


William Kim


International Releases Dates

China 09 April 2012

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