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At first blush, I thought that "Happy Times" was going to be a shallow, corny type of movie.
Wu Ying is a blind girl, adopted by the reluctant step-mother, and living at her house while being treated very badly.
Yimou Zhang is a very fine director and his vision can be thoughtful and appreciated on several levels.
From internationally celebrated director Zhang Yimou ( Ju Dou, Raise The Red Lantern, Hero, House Of Flying Daggers ) comes a story about trying to find love and meaning in human... Read morePublished 14 months ago by m. nayler
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A simple story of a man's kind attempts to bring a glimmer of hope, friendship and happiness to an orphaned blind girl. Loved it!Published on December 23, 2012 by M. Baer
I don't know if I'd like this film or not, since the subtitles were so infrequent and confusing that I had only a vague idea of what was going on. Read morePublished on August 28, 2012 by Jerry
This was enjoyable movie, but don't see why it gets such high ratings in the IMDB.
I prefer movies that are more philosophical, if they are going to be didactic. Read more
This is an excellent movie and it deals with a China that is rarely seen in the movies.
I highly recommend this film.
This is a wonderful film about an old man who tries to do what he can to help a young blind girl. He's a born liar and his lies are integral to his approach to the girl. Read morePublished on June 12, 2011 by M. Ash
Zhang Yimou is known for creating and directing what is dubbed, the greatest show on earth, the opening ceremonies of the Beijing Olympics in 2008. Read morePublished on July 29, 2010 by RIZZO _*.*_
This moving and funny flick is one of those hidden treasures you want to share with all your friends.Published on February 11, 2009 by C. Olsen