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Top 10 Chinese films in 2019

By Zhang Rui
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2. "Ne Zha"

By the end of the year, the animated feature "Ne Zha" had become the highest grossing Chinese film in 2019, the largest grossing animation in history and the second biggest grossing Chinese film of all time. The miracle went beyond the imagination of its creator and animated feature director Jiao Zi, who had only made a few short animations before this film. The director adapted the story in his own way and departed from the traditional portrayals in previous Ne Zha legends. Touching on subjects such as the parent-child relationship, family love, loneliness and misunderstanding, Jiao Zi created a story that resonated with a modern audience. His adaptation won over cinema goers and coupled with sleek and breathtaking animation CGI, the film was a runaway success. "Ne Zha" marks a milestone for Chinese animation and the Chinese film industry in their mission to attain world-class standards. The success of the animated film has also ignited the enthusiasm of struggling Chinese animators and attracted more audiences to this genre.

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