Little Red Flowers
Little Red Flowers (Chinese: 看上去很美; pinyin: Kàn shàng qù hén měi) is a 2006 Chinese film directed by Zhang Yuan. The film was a co-production between China's Beijing Century Good-Tidings Cultural Development Company LTD and Italy's Downtown Pictures. The Dutch company, Fortissimo Films handled worldwide sales.
|Little Red Flowers|
|Directed by||Zhang Yuan|
|Produced by||Li Bo Wen|
|Written by||Ning Dai|
Wang Shuo (novel)
|Starring||Dong Bo Wen|
Li Xiao Feng
|Music by||Carlo Crivelli|
|Edited by||Jacopo Quadri|
|Distributed by||Fortissimo Films|
The film, based on author Wang Shuo's semi-autobiographical novel, Could Be Beautiful, follows a young four-year-old boy, Fang Qiang Qiang, at a kindergarten boarding school. Deposited into a world that demands conformity (rewarded by the titular little red flowers), Qiang suffers for his bullying.
Little Red Flowers has premiered at several international film festivals. It premiered at the 2006 Berlin International Film Festival on February 15, 2006, as part of the Panorama series. In Berlin, it won the C.I.C.A.E. Award. The film also premiered at other major festivals including Sundance (as part of the World Cinema competition), and Cannes where it was in-competition.
- Little Red Flowers on IMDb
- Little Red Flowers at AllMovie
- Little Red Flowers at Rotten Tomatoes
- Fortissimo Films official site for Little Red Flowers
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