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Ghost film 'Eternal Beloved' hits cinemas
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Poster of 'Eternal Beloved'

Poster of "Eternal Beloved" 

Actress Yu Feihong's directorial debut "Eternal Beloved" hits cinemas across China on September 3, just days after the end of the blockbuster-jammed summer movie season.

The ghost-human love story, which took Yu 10 years to make, is based on "Gingko Gingko," a 1990 novella by Shanghai writer Xu Lan.

Billed as a Chinese version of the 1990 American film "Ghost," the movie has already won praise from critics following its test screenings.

Television actor Duan Yihong co-stars in the film.

Opening on the silver screen along with the ghost film is "Tiananmen," a tribute film to the 60th anniversary of founding of New China. The story revolves around a team of stage performers given the task of refurbishing the Tiananman tower a month before it is to be used as the venue for the founding ceremony of the People's Republic of China in 1949.

(CRI September 4, 2009)

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