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The Promise of Home

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rated 4.10 / 5 stars
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inspirational
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May 18, 2006 | 3:39 PM EDT

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Author Comments

Wow, frontage again,Thanks Tom!
Alright, this movie will make some people cry. Let's face it. The world is not perfect. Tragedies happening everyday; however, not every tragedies crush our hearts. After we suffered pains, we go on. This story took place in Wuhan, 1938. Partially based on a real story.

----For those who believed there is too much advertising in this movie, I apologize and will keep them at a minimum in the future.

Reviews


benpenguinbenpenguin

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Well, see it in two ends

What should I say........
First of all, yeah, I am a Chinese.
And yes, Asian people reli has an overdose of emotional/sad stuffs, and I HATE it.

But think backwards, these stuffs did happened to our older generations: people slaughtered, homes razed and stuffs...That's why Chinese ppl nowadays hate the Japanese (unreasonably, and partly due to education) so much. I dont blame you guys for not understanding, if u ar a Chinese maybe u feel a little deeper with this flash.

Just, frankly speaking, I hate this stupid looping music so much that I have to turn the speaker off...And the smiling thing bothers me a lot either...If the storyline can go a bit further (not necessiary any longer) I'll certainly give it a higher mark.



PassionoftheRosePassionoftheRose

Rated 5 / 5 stars

A Beautiful Tale of Woe

What a passionate and elegant way to tell a tale of such pain and agony in 20th Century China.
China is such a Beautiful and vast land but has been ravaged by war and plagues for many years, it is not the richest of countries but it is one of the most beautiful.
With the Japanese Invaders many Chinese people lost their lives, their cities burnt to the ground, families seperated and to this day have never been re-united.
"Si guang wo yun zhao jiao"
I think that is right ^_^

DarkLove ~ Lemuria Valentine


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BiggCaZBiggCaZ

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

God damn that song got annoying quick

switch up the soundtrack, if you're going to have an animation be so long with so much text at least have the music coencide with the mood



ratphinkratphink

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

poo-poo

Wow uhhh...this was less than ok, good on the flash work but damn-bad story-line,plot. Emotions, need more emotionsOR make 'em betteR.I vote 3



ReckonReckon

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice

it brought i 2 tears to my eyes after watching that

p.s. r u chinese?