Drama, Family, Life Han Geng, Zhang Guoli, Xue Haojing The century-old family store "Tong Shun Xiang," managed by the Liu family, has been passing down a unique technique for making crystal ice cakes through generations. However, the father, Liu Tingshen, has always refused to pass on the secret recipe to his son, Liu JianSan, which has led to misunderstandings and estrangement between them. Frustrated, JianSan chooses to leave his father and seek his own path. Many years later, when JianSan returns home to visit his ailing father, he finally discovers that his father's long-hidden secret is actually related to himself...
Drama, Family, Life Huang Lu, Guo Tao Single mother Li Yitian is working hard in the city, trying to contribute to her life, but she keeps encountering multiple setbacks in her family, relationships, and career. This is a story of her facing the chaotic challenges of life with courage. Just like every "ordinary man and woman" in real life, although being pursued by life in confusion, they dare to confront adversity and lead extraordinary life despite the ordinary circumstances.
Drama, Family, Life Xin Baiqing, Huang Yao In his middle age, Gu Wentong, who used to write poetry, turned into an internet food blogger. After his divorce, he sent his daughter to live with his sister and brother-in-law, while he chose to live alone in the hutongs of Beijing. His father, Gu Yunlai, was sent to a labor reeducation camp when he was five years old. His mother cast him aside, and from that point on, he disappeared from their lives. One day, Gu Wentong learned by chance from his brother-in-law that his father had been living alone in Beidaihe. He would visit Beijing twice a year, just to catch a glimpse of his children from a distance. Although curious and longing to see his father, Gu Wentong lacked the courage to face the man who had "gone astray." Gu Wentong's work partner was the young photographer Ouyang Wenhui. They often met near the White Pagoda Temple to explore restaurants and taverns in the Beijing area. As they got to know each other better, their relationship became occasionally romantic and secretive. When he learned that Ouyang Sheng lived in Beidaihe, it provided Gu Wentong with the opportunity to visit the place. The trip to Beidaihe made Gu Wentong feel as if he had discovered his father's shadow within himself — as a father, as a son, as a partner. He began to reevaluate his life. People may drift apart, but the White Pagoda will always stand there, bearing witness to their decisions and regrets.
Family, Drama, Life Hou Tianlai, Jing Xitong Ten years ago, trishaw rider Liu Afu adopted an infant girl and named her Xiaohua. Since his spouse passed away three years ago, he has been relying on the company of his adopted daughter, Xiaohua. However, one day, Afu fainted while working and was rushed to the hospital. There, he received the devastating news that he had a severe illness. Facing the high medical expenses, Afu made the heart-wrenching decision to forgo treatment, realizing that he had limited time left. With Xiaohua being a young child and no one to care for her, he decided the best solution was to send her to her biological parents. Afu embarked on a challenging and tearful journey to search for Xiaohua's biological family. He used the clues he had when he adopted Xiaohua to find her biological parents' hometown. Afu told Xiaohua they were going on a trip and began a difficult and emotional journey with her on his trishaw.
Drama, Comedy, Life Yang Zishan, Huang Miyi The video is divided into three chapters, each using three movie titles: "Waiting Alone," "Looks Beautiful," and "Pluto Moment." In the first chapter, we observe the early stages of the film production from the perspective of Xiao Gu (played by Huang Mi Yi), the bored owner of a small-town restaurant. She works at her in-laws' restaurant and dreams of a more exciting life. Xiao Gu catches the attention of the director (played by Yang Pingdao) and is thrilled to get a small role in the movie. However, when a celebrity arrives on set and replaces her, she is pulled back into reality. In the second chapter, actress Chen Chen (played by Yang Zishan) returns to her hometown, where she receives a warm welcome from the townsfolk. She grew up in this small town before leaving to pursue a career in theater and film. Although she longs to reconnect with old friends, Chen Chen realizes that they all want to use her fame to their advantage. When someone climbs the social ladder and then attempts to "return" to their previous social stratum, it inevitably leads to many problems. This makes her question whether a successful person can truly "come home." The third chapter focuses on the creative relationship in crisis within the project. A film director (played by Liu Yang), hailed as the "future master" by the critics, pressures an insecure screenwriter (played by Kang Chunlei) to complete the final script as the shooting date approaches. However, they have disagreements on various aspects of the story and themes.
Comedy, Drama, Family Huang Bo, Yan Ni, Janine Chang Lei Dali, in order to give his son, Lei Xiaomi, a better starting point in life, is forced to get involved in the intense competition of "primary school enrollment" under the guidance of a single mother, Liu Zhenzhen. Influenced by Huo Ge and Huo Sao, Lei Dali spares no effort to purchase a house in a prestigious school district, but the heavy financial burden makes life unbearable for the father and son. With the appearance of Lei Xiaomi's aunt, Lei Dali comes to understand that the essence of "striving for a child's success" lies in "striving as parents." Faced with the harsh reality, how will the father and son break through their living dilemma? What life choices will several families make?
Family, Drama, Life Tong Liya, Wu Yuhan In China, on average, every 7.4 seconds, a woman becomes a victim of domestic violence. Xu Min, who appears strong and independent, holds a difficult-to-discuss secret: she has been enduring long-term domestic abuse from her husband, Chen Jun. Xu Min doesn't fit the image of a typical victim as she is resilient, brave, and has her own career. During the challenging process of trying to divorce her husband with the help of lawyer Li Xiaomeng, she faces difficulties dealing with her husband, who is careful not to leave any evidence, and the cold words, mockery, and doubts from people around her. She also encounters a lack of action from the social system and has to consider her two children. When divorce is not the end of domestic violence, and when the home itself becomes a violent storm instead of a safe haven, can she break free from this tempest?
Action, Drama, Life Wang Baoqiang, Chen Yongsheng, Shi Pengyuan Xiang Tenghui dedicated his efforts to nurturing the locally neglected children, providing them with a glimmer of hope for the future where there seemed to be no way out. However, as past performance videos were leaked, showcasing "cruel and bloody" scenes, it triggered the nerves of those unaware of the truth. Overnight, public opinion began to ferment. Tenghui's life and the children's prospects became entangled in a web woven by people under the guise of kindness, making it difficult for them to break free and return to the quagmire. As for their future, where will their "way out" lie once again...
Family, Life, Drama Niu Ben, Yan Junxi, Li Zihao Bar singer Su Xiaobei used to have a happy life, but since her son Kang Jian was diagnosed with autism, she has fallen into darkness. Su Xiaobei insisted on sending Kang Jian to school for training, but her husband couldn't accept the reality and the two eventually divorced. Su Xiaobei and Kang Jian left sadly, moving to an old neighborhood. Due to Kang Jian's condition, a conflict arose with their neighbor, elderly Yang, on the day they moved in. Facing a strange environment, unfamiliar neighbors, and unfamiliar life, Su Xiaobei and her son struggled to adapt. Kang Jian had seizures and Su Xiaobei lost her job, adding to their troubles. Fortunately, Lao Yang gradually learned about Kang Jian's situation and sympathized with the mother and son, providing occasional care and help, bringing them a glimmer of warmth. With the introduction of her friend Jiahui, Su Xiaobei found a job at a kindergarten. Just as everything seemed to be getting back on track, the kindergarten suddenly received a complaint about Kang Jian, but after investigation, nothing abnormal was found. However, rumors quickly spread among the neighbors, and the situation escalated. Can Su Xiaobei and Kang Jian find a new haven in the storm of fate?
Drama, Life Wen Yu, Li Ang A young woman digs a mountain for love, but is isolated and helpless. A bar owner in the city is heavily in debt and facing a difficult life. With different goals and personalities, the two meet in the mountains. When a well-intentioned lie is exposed, a series of conflicts arise in the mountains. Alone and isolated, she decides to declare war on the mountain with her own hands. In the end, human nature awakens and transforms due to perseverance and bravery, and everyone completes the redemption of their souls, overcoming the two great mountains of reality and the human heart.
Drama, Life Huang Lu, Zhao Shuzhen A dancer with cancer, an Alzheimer's patient whose memory is still stuck 30 years ago, a rebellious 13-year-old girl who is not getting along well with her stepmother, and an island teacher who lost her son unexpectedly, meet on Manshan Island and experience together, and finally realize that everyone has to face their own problems.
Romance, Family, Drama Niu Jun, Yuan Weijie In remote mountain villages where men couldn't afford wives, they had a unique tradition called "Niu Hua", which meant hiring a woman's womb to have children and carry on their family line for generations. When Wan Er was 18 years old, she was borrowed by the Lu family to have a child for them, as her husband had tuberculosis. However, she found out upon arrival that both brothers had borrowed her at the same time. Wan Er grew fond of Lu Da and tried to avoid Lu Er, hoping to become pregnant with Lu Da's child as soon as possible and earn money to go home. This caused a rift between the two brothers. To ease the tension between them, Lu Da planned to let Wan Er go home and said, "We never knew who our mother was, and we can't let our children grow up without one". Someday we will be able to marry wives properly. That year, the Red Army arrived in the mountains, and everything changed.
Comedy, Family, Life Dylan Wang, Pan Binlong, Gong Beibi The film focuses on the hot topics of mid-life crisis, family responsibility, elderly care, and children's education, and uses comedic audio-visual techniques to tell the story of a corporate employee who is laid off at mid-life and doesn't bow to fate; an older sister who opposes the foster care of her little brother and fights with her elders to "win" back her younger brother; a grandson who uses meta-universe technology to reunite her grandfather with her late grandmother; a childish rich young man who finds his value of life after being changed by fate. The four stories are happy, inspiring, warm, and positive, and each chapter is performed with the most sincere emotions.