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Lost In Beijing (Ping Guo)

Dir. Li Yu. China. 2007. 112mins. A social satire with strong sexual undertones in its early reels, which switches as it progresses into a darker melodrama, Li Yu's new film offers another variant on the surrogate mother dilemma. Despite some hesitancies in the second half, it pulls through thanks to a strong cast headed by respected veterans Tony Leung Ka-Fai and Elaine Jin.

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