China Blue

China Blue

"China Blue" is an engrossing documentary that tells the story of 3 teenage girls who leave their rural homes in China to come work for a factory that makes blue jeans.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:86 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:Cantonese,English,Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,   china,   chinese,  

China Blue takes us inside a blue-jeans factory, where Jasmine and her friends are trying to survive a harsh working environment. When the factory owner agrees to a deal with his Western ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


China Blue torrent reviews

Scotten W (gb) wrote: a bunch of Marxist dribble designed to stir up animosity against the United States of America. The producers are Marxists who do not believe is the free market our personal freedom. the movie is a beginner's guide to wanting to over throw the it was extremely boring.

Kevin M (gb) wrote: What better time of year could one choose to set a sentimental coming-of-age movie other than summer? Summertime has always been that youthful energetic part of the year every kid looks forward to, but The Way Way Back paints a darker picture than your usual colorful coastal palate. A 14 year old Duncan is stuck between a rock and a hard place: his mom is dating a sinister and selfish man (played by the great Steve Carell) who takes his new family to his beach house where Duncan meets a new group of characters... and his own dad doesn't wnt him. What makes this film work so well is the cast. Steve Carell in one of his more unique roles as the bad guy does an amazing job, and Sam Rockwell gives the same effort as the friendly everyday jackass. I really liked learning it was directed by two members of the cast: it adds a touch of sentiment and originality to an already indie feel. I only wish the relationship between Duncan and his new neighbor had been explored a little bit more. Otherwise, this is a highly watchable and memorable film thanks to the location, soundtrack, and mainly the awesome cast. There may be better coming-of-age stories, but The Way Way Back is undoubtedly one of the better ones.

Alex H (ag) wrote: Surprised this is a pretty good movie thanks to hilarious Hilary Duff :D

Andy B (de) wrote: The beginning part was cool but at the end i was very bored...the ending part should change and goldbery should have been released considering that he did all the work.

Samuel C (es) wrote: I love this movie. The characters are brilliant and the Gogol Bordello soundtrack backdrops their journey perfectly.

Francis Rhoan L (de) wrote: love, sex and crime with unresolved childhood issue. i understood a small detail about the movie plot, i was really looking forward on every sex scene that the movie entailed. minor mishap on the musical score, director joel lamangan allowed 'ngayon bukas kahapon' to play as a soundtrack, a big veteran mistake.

Bill M (de) wrote: For all you 80's aficionados out there, always on the look out for more hidden cult treasure from the embarrassment of sci fi/horror/genre riches that decade still holds, heres one of the most under appreciated. Night Of The Comet is a genuinely unique end of the world film, and it's easy to see how it may have inspired movies like Shaun Of The Dead and This Is The End, it's unique because of it's point of view of the apocalypse, which centers on a pair of cynical valley girls, who see the end of humanity as a great excuse to go shopping. This is a truly brilliant sci fi, horror satire, one that snares consumer obsessed culture in a way that is, terrifyingly, even more relatable now than it was when it was originally released in the callously shallow yuppie era. It's very funny, occasionally pretty disturbing and creepy, especially it's depiction of murderous government scientists, has a strong smart script and some real ambition to it's mad post apocalypse, plus Katherine Mary Stuart and Kelli Maroney are fantastic as the two sisters reinventing themselves post-humanity. You should give this cool little hidden gem a go.

JamesMasaki R (us) wrote: Silly storytelling for the first part of the film, but the last 20 minutes? Some of the most amazing things I've ever seen. Busby Berkeley was the master of geometric choreography that no one has ever matched, and the final two scenes are proof of that. The rest of the movie is filler, and not even the best of Berkeley films, but it is lighthearted fun. Just don't switch it off in the middle.

Kullen S (it) wrote: Fantastic. Great film that every aspiring film maker should see.

Nicklas O (ca) wrote: Worst 2 houers of my life. Will buy and give to all my enemies.