My People, My Country is a drama film directed by Chen Kaige, co-directed by Zhang Yibai, Guan Hu, Xue Xiaolu, Xu Zheng, Ning Hao, and Wen Muye, starring Huang Bo, Zhang Yi, Wu Jing, Du Jiang, Ge You, Liu Haoran, Chen Feiyu, and Song Jia.
The film tells the story of ordinary people and their relationship with their country during the 70 years of the founding of New China.
English Title: My People, My Country
Chinese Title: 我和我的祖国
Duration: 158 min.
Director: Chen Kaige, Zhang Yibai, Guan Hu, Xu Zheng, Ning Hao, Wen Muye
Writer: Wen Ning, Xiu Mengdi, Xue Xiaolu, He Keke, Xu Zheng, Ge Rui
Producer: Huang Jianxin, Yu Dong, Jiang Zhiqiang, Wang Zhongjun, Zeng Maojun
Product Company: BONA, Alibaba, Huaxia
Released Date: 2019-09-30
Broadcast Website: Viki
- Huang BoLin ZhiyuanMain Role
- Zhang YiGao YuanMain Role
- Wu JingChen DongdongMain Role
- Du JiangZhu TaoMain Role
- Ge YouZhang BeijingMain Role
- Liu HaoranWo De LeMain Role
- Arthur ChenHa Zha BuMain Role
- Song JiaLu XiaoranMain Role
- Wang QianyuanDu XinghanSupport Role
- Ou HaoLiang ChangshouSupport Role
On the eve of the founding of the People's Republic of China on October 1, 1949, Lin Zhiyuan, the designer and installer of the electric flagpole, fought against all odds to ensure that the flag was raised smoothly at the Founding Ceremony. The flag guard, Lao Fang, and thousands of other staff and people involved in the founding ceremony worked together to overcome one problem after another to ensure that the National Flag flew smoothly over Tiananmen Square.
In 1964, due to the high-security density of the atomic bomb development work and the fact that colleagues did not know each other's names, Gao Yuan, a research worker on the defence science and technology front, did not contact his family for three years and later left his post due to illness. He met his former lover Fang Min by chance on a bus. In the middle of a love affair with the country and a love affair with a couple, that generation of researchers chose the former, and from then on there was only a meeting, not a reunion.
On 8 August 1984, the Chinese women's volleyball team won the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, winning three consecutive world championships. Meanwhile, in the shikumen alleyways of Shanghai, black and white televisions were placed in the middle of the alleyways. Neighbours gathered in layers to watch the exhilarating game, with the antennae on the roof occasionally requiring someone to manually find the signal. The cheers seemed to pierce the sky whenever the Chinese team scored.
On 1 July 1997, Hong Kong was returned to China. To ensure that the National Flag flies over Hong Kong, flag-raisers Zhu Tao trains hard, policewomen Lian Jie works hard to keep the peace, diplomat An Wenbin negotiates with the British for 16 rounds, and watch repairer Hua Ge makes sure that the Chinese and British delegates and policewomen's watches are precisely matched. They are Chinese diplomats, soldiers in the guard of honour, Hong Kong police officers and watchmakers, all with different identities, but they share a common wish - to raise the red flag of the Five Stars at 00:00 on July 1 on time. They are doing their best in their respective positions to ensure that Hong Kong's return to China is not missed by a single second.
Taxi driver Zhang Beijing accidentally wins a ticket to the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics. He is so pleased with himself that he starts to show off, but he doesn't expect to encounter a series of hilarious "storms" because of this ticket. After showing off for a while, he meets a Sichuan boy who is eating a saqima. The boy quietly offers Zhang Beijing 800 yuan in exchange for a ticket to the Olympic opening ceremony.
Daylight Shooting Stars
Homeless brothers Wo De Le and Ha Zha Bu's lives quietly change when they meet Lao Li, a retired director of the poverty alleviation office. Under Lao Li's kind guidance, they witness the successful landing of the Shenzhou 11 spacecraft and see the "Daylight Shooting Stars" in the grassland fable, which is a great shock and baptism to their hearts.
Lu Xiaoran, the best female pilot in the Chinese Air Force, is unexpectedly withdrawn from the parade formation as a replacement before the parade to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the victory in the war on 3 September 2015. When a fighter jet takes off, pointing at the sky, Lu Xiaoran, as the "reserve pilot", witnesses this glorious moment and fulfils her mission.