Striding into the wind

Cannes 2020
Official Selection
Busan IFF
2020
London BFI
2020
Chicago IFF
2020

Striding into the wind

A Film by Shujun Wei

2020 - China - Roadmovie - 1.85

with You Zhou , Xiaomu Wang & Ying Chen Zheng

Language: Mandarin
Produced by Liu Qingling

Kun seems to be messing up pretty much everything: his senior year at Film school, the job on his friend's graduation's film and the relationship with his girlfriend. But Kun just got his driving license and with it, the cheapest second-hand car he could find: an old wreck of a Jeep Cherokee that might turn out to be the key to his wildest dreams.

Cannes 2020
Official Selection
Busan IFF
2020
London BFI
2020
Chicago IFF
2020

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