Hidden Man


Action / Crime / Drama / History

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 67%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 62%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 1506


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April 17, 2019 at 05:46 AM



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1.12 GB
English 2.0
24 fps
2 hr 17 min
P/S 6 / 12
2.15 GB
English 2.0
24 fps
2 hr 17 min
P/S 3 / 5

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by xiaohei-80112 10 / 10

Master piece movie

Director and writer spend a lot of effort to this movie. U have to understand China history to understand easter egg in this movie. It's make no sense in many way but very strange that u start to accept by its unique way with beautiful sound track of telling stories to u. U have to watch a few times to discover the hidden message in this movie and u can go to school become history teacher.

Reviewed by b-40945 10 / 10

I like this movie

I have watched this for 8 times, and it's really enjoyable. For me,a native Chinese audience, the pace of dialogue may be a little fast, but not difficult to follow. I think it just says something about "what should the youth of China do" at that historic time when "devil on the doorstep". Hesitation and delaying seems ridiculous. And it's unnecessary as well as dangerous for our youth to get involved in CARDS PLAYING of those "marvelous people". Those people are silly indeed, and even failed to do such simple bad things. The hero Li Tianran had been educated in both Eastern and Western, but he still didn't know how to revenge until he met the tailor Qiaohong. Love made this miracle turning a boy into a man. The scene on the roof is so romantic. Another key point for this movie is the Peking City (or Peping at that time). Director Jiang Wen hides his love for the city behind lots of weird people and things. I had almost ignored the man sweeping floor in hospital, the man selling meat,and another one burning coal at street corner. Together with those opium abusers, followers of Japanese invaders, and spies of different forces, they all mixed in this city, drawing a strange, weird, but somehow "harmony" picture. Maybe it's not too weird to describe Peking or China at that time, as the director said "the truth of life can be stranger than your imagination". I have found some people might be offended by this movie, for its criticizing on Chinese,Japanese,Westerners, and movie-critics. That was rather more funny for me than just watch a movie. I watched a real social reaction...lol

Reviewed by e-70733 6 / 10

Lose Focus

As usual, Jiang Wen served as the director, screenwriter, and actor of the film, but this time he seems to have lost focus. Occasionally, the aura is reminding the audience from time to time that the movie is relatively safe and relatively interesting. The lantern-style character rushed to show the world view to the audience, so Jiang Wen's quick editing with full tension turned into a rush in the film. Seeing the end, I feel that it is a sloppy ending in the sense of reason, and the sensibility feels "finally over."

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