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The children of Huang Shi (2008)

The Children of Huang Shi

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George Hogg (Jonathan Rhys-Meyers) is a young British journalist from Hertfordshire in England. In 1938, during the early days of the Japanese occupation of China, he sneaks into Nanjing, China, by pretending to be a Red Cross aid worker. Hogg is captured by the Japanese while photographing them committing atrocities and is about to be executed when Chen Hansheng (Chow Yun-fat), a Chinese communist resistance fighter, saves him. While hiding in the rubble with his new allies, Hogg witnesses the execution of two of his colleagues by the Japanese. Overwhelmed by shock, he inadvertently reveals their presence. A firefight ensues, and Hogg is wounded. While convalescing, he is sent to an orphanage with 60 boys in Huangshi to help Lee Pearson , the American nurse who runs it. Soon after his arrival, the boys savagely attack Hogg with sticks; thankfully, Lee arrives just in time and threatens to abandon the boys, leaving them without medical supplies or food.


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