Da yu hai tang (2016)

Da yu hai tang (2016)

GENRESAnimation,Adventure,Drama,Family,Fantasy,Romance
LANGMandarin
ACTOR
Guanlin JiShangqing SuTimmy XuShulan Pan
DIRECTOR
Xuan Liang,Chun Zhang

SYNOPSICS

Da yu hai tang (2016) is a Mandarin movie. Xuan Liang,Chun Zhang has directed this movie. Guanlin Ji,Shangqing Su,Timmy Xu,Shulan Pan are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2016. Da yu hai tang (2016) is considered one of the best Animation,Adventure,Drama,Family,Fantasy,Romance movie in India and around the world.

It is a world within our world, yet unseen by any human, and the beings here control time and tide and the changing of the seasons. On the day Chun turns sixteen, she is transformed into a dolphin to explore the human world. She is rescued from a vortex by a human boy at the cost of his own life. Chun is so moved by the boy's kindness and courage that she decides to give him life again. But to do this, she must protect the boy's soul, a tiny fish, and nurture it to grow. Through adventure and sacrifice, love grows, yet now she must release him back to the sea, back to life in the human world.

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Da yu hai tang (2016) Reviews

  • An Amazing Movie

    d-577742016-07-28

    I heard about Big fish & begonia (Da Hai) in 2013 and I was shocked by the 5-minute trailer at that time. At first sight I thought it was a Ghibli movie again, but then I learned about that the core story got some inspiration from some ancient Chinese proses, such as "A Leisurely Tour" by Chuang-tzu and ShanHai Jing. As a Chinese, I know I can't describe my feeling perfectly in English, but I just want to say that Big Fish & Begonia (Da Hai) is a very moving and wonderful movie which can make me cry every time. It tells a story about salvation, love and growth. It's totally Chinese, from these good pictures to the touching story. I hope one day the movie can be released in some other countries, so that more and more audience can enjoy its beauty and be moved by it.

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  • One of the best animations among these years

    i-735172016-07-18

    It's not only a movie about love,but also a movie about dedication and toredeem.It's not clearly said what it want to show,but if you see the second time,it will be better.So i think it's a good movie. Some people who only see the movie one time is hard to make a gooe comment,because it's so obscure that hard to see.Da Hai is not like the movies made by Hollywood,it like a novel more,which want the viewers to watch twice or more in order to understand it.When I see some people think the love story in the movie is very unpleasant,I really want to tell them:it's better for you to see the twice time,because it never tell a love story,but a philosophy story.

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  • One of the most amazing films I have ever seen, animated or otherwise

    manuelasaez2017-03-25

    The standard for animated excellence is usually boiled down to how well it compares to a Ghibli film. No other studio makes animated films with such vision, creativity and originality. I was shocked to find a similar work ethic in this Chinese film, and I have to say, if they keep it up, we actually might have another contender to the throne. This movie does so many things right, that I could go on and on taking up valuable site space, so I'll just condense my review to as simple a review as possible; Watch this movie by any means necessary. The animation is beautiful the story is touching, the music is transcendent. It is a marvel of modern storytelling, and it deserves to be seen by everyone with a pulse. SEE THIS MOVIE. Seriously.

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  • A Superb Film Which Few in the West Can Appreciate

    the-israeli2019-01-29

    Tonight I watched a most marvelous and exceptional Chinese animated film, called 'Dayu Haitang' ('Big Fish and Begonia'). Very few artistic creations I have ever encountered, capture the traditional culture and heritage of a nation as well as that movie did. An eye-candy by any standard, the designs draw upon the real folks stories of the Chinese people, and the architecture of countryside minority groups such as the Hakka. The colors too, match Chinese customs and habits, throughout every single scene. This grand achievement of cinematic excellence is inspired by lines from a classic text, the book of Zhuangzi, which is among the wisest and most profound documents to have ever been written. This film likewise, though it at times masquerades as a children's flick, is in fact a deep philosophical treatise, dealing with the existential questions of Daoism and the moral ones of Confucianism. This movie is all the better and far more touching for those who understand the intricacies of traditional Chinese social customs and family values. I would have easily handed this piece the Oscars for directing, animation, script, editing, music and more. Alas, very few Westerners have been in contact with enough of the beauty of traditional Chinese culture, to appreciate the enormous complexity and magnificence of this presentation, and therefore it is unlikely to be recognized for its greatness. There had hardly ever been American animated production of this humanistic caliber, and even among the famed Japanese anime industry there are not many items to count which abide by such measure of distinction. This visual journey is more than a good story - it is a statement about morality and society in the grand-scope of things, and it makes its arguments without pulling any emotional punches or attempting to belittle the audience's intelligence. This is exactly the type of film that our cynical nations need, in an age of false information and mass deception; for it speaks of what is important to the human heart and soul. Do yourself a favour and avoid the images and trailers. Simply go and watch the film; and please, by all means - view it in Chinese, which is the language for which it was intended. Use subtitles if necessary. There is an end-credits scene - do not miss it.

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  • An Unforgettably beautiful Anime'. Utterly mesmerizing!

    siddsarkar-48-4595542018-08-18

    This is one of the greatest and most beautiful Anime' films I have ever seen. This is way up there in the same league as the greatest creations from Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli like 'Spirited Away'. This is a delightful surprise coming from a Mainland China Animation Studio. Breathtakingly beautiful, magical animation! A hauntingly beautiful background score. An awesomely gripping and mesmerizingly beautiful storyline and screenplay. Absolutely brilliant English language dubbing! The intense human drama and emotional appeal of the film touches you to the core and leaves a lasting impression. Simply unforgettable! A masterpiece! Worth seeing again and again. Very highly recommended.

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