Original Title: 流浪的石头 Liúlàng de shítou
Directed by: Ye Shan
Runtime: 93 minutes
Language: Mandarin with English subtitles
Indie rocker “Gunmaker” Baoqiang is grief-stricken by the death of long-suffering fellow musician Lao-na, who, unable to alleviate his pain due to rising medical costs, committed suicide. Through his music, Baoqiang howls for justice in a state rife with ideological contradictions, leading to frequent police surveillance and harassment (though this is, for him, a matter of some pride). But lately, like Lao-na in his last days, he finds it difficult to sing, his patriotism running dry in the face of his people’s increasingly dire circumstances. Concerned about his son’s future, Baoqiang makes plans for them to move abroad. Meanwhile, he worries about his cancer-stricken father and fanatical mother, whose sole concern is converting her husband to Christianity before he dies.
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