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Wang Fuli est une Actrice Chinoise née le 12 novembre 1949

Wang Fuli

Wang Fuli
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Nationalité Chine
Naissance 12 novembre 1949 (72 ans)

Wang Fuli (Chinese: 王馥荔; born November 12, 1949 ) is a famed Chinese actress.

Wang was born in Xuzhou, Jiangsu Province, and her ancestral hometown was Tianjin. She graduated from Jiangsu Drama College in 1967, majoring in Peking Opera. Wang later served as an actress of Jiangsu Provincial Peking Opera Troupe. In 1980, she became an actress of Jiangsu Provincial Play Troupe. After 1975, she appeared a series of films presented by Changchun Film Studio and Shanghai Film Studio. Wang made her breakthrough in 1980 in the film Legend of Tianyun Mountain. In 1984, she acted as "Juhua" in Za Men De Niu Bai Sui and won the 7th Hundred Flowers Awards for Best Supporting Actress. In 1985, her performance in Sunrise as "Cuixi" won the 9th Hundred Flowers Awards for Best Supporting Actress and 6th Golden Rooster Awards for Best Supporting Actress in 1986. She also appeared in a couple of TV series, including "Scenery from Pavilion". In 1994 she appeared in Huang Jianxin's film, The Wooden Man's Bride.

Wang was a councilor of 5th Chinese Film Association, and the vice chairwoman of CFA Jiangsu committee.

Le plus souvent avec

Andy Lau
Andy Lau
(1 films)
Ann Hui
Ann Hui
(1 films)
Yu Lik-wai
Yu Lik-wai
(1 films)
Niu Ben
Niu Ben
(1 films)
Qin Hailu
Qin Hailu
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmographie de Wang Fuli (3 films)

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Actrice

Une vie simple, 1h58
Réalisé par Ann Hui
Origine Hong kong
Genres Drame, Comédie
Acteurs Andy Lau, Deannie Yip, Anthony Wong, Wang Fuli, Lawrence Ah Mon, Elena Kong
Rôle Roger's mother
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Tranches de vie douces-amères d’une bonne qui ne disposa pendant une soixantaine d’années, que de ses employeurs comme famille. Chun Tao, orpheline désormais âgée de plus de soixante-dix ans, surnommée Ah Tao, ne s’occupe plus que de Roger Leung, célibataire travaillant dans la production de films. Il est le seul à rester à Hong Kong, ses parents vivent à San Francisco. Suite aux attaques cérébrales que subit Tao Jie, Roger décide de prendre soin de cette dernière qu'il considère comme un membre de sa famille. La traditionnelle piété filiale se répand au-delà des liens de sang.
The Wooden Man's Bride, 1h53
Genres Drame, Romance
Acteurs Wang Yumei, Wang Fuli
Rôle Sister Ma
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Set in the 1920s during China's Warlord Era, The Wooden Man's Bride is a romance film between two unlikely people from different classes. A young woman, known only as "Young Mistress" (Wang Lan), is on her way to meet her future husband for the first time when her procession is attacked by sword-wielding bandits in the desert. A servant, Kui (Chang Shih) recklessly takes off after the bandits who have kidnapped the young mistress and taken her back to their lair. When he arrives, Kui impresses the chief of the bandits (Kao Mingjun), who allows Kui to take the Young Mistress back.
Legend of Tianyun Mountain
Réalisé par Xie Jin
Genres Drame
Acteurs Wang Fuli, Niu Ben
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In the early 1950s, Song Wei and Feng Qinglan, two female newly graduates from school, join Tianyun Mountain Exploration Team. Song falls in love with Luo Qun, the newly appointed political commissar. In spring of 1957, Song is sent to study in the Party school and joins the CPC. When these two plan to get married, the Anti-Rightist Movement outbreaks, and Luo is classified as "rightist" and deprived of his post. Wu Yao, who leads the political campaign in Tianyun Mountain, forces Song to break up with Luo. Under the political pressure, Song sends Luo a farewell letter, and later, marries Wu. Luo is sent to do drudgery in a rural village. On the other hand, Feng, who has hidden her admiration and love for Luo, leaves the exploration team and comes to Luo. They get married, despite outside duress, and live an impoverished but content life. 20 years later and after the fall of Gang of Four, Wu becomes the vice Party chief and head of the organization department of the region, and Song is also elevated to vice director of the organization department, though she has no real power. One day, a young girl, Zhou Yuzhen, tells Song about her encounter with a coachman named Luo Qun in Tianyun Mountain, who is still a non-rehabilitated rightist. Song feels guilty and decides to rectify Luo's injustice by herself. But her husband, Wu, viciously interferes with the case. Song stands up to the resistance and appeals to higher-ranking officers, and finally, Luo's case is straightened out. When the good news comes, however, the flame of Feng's life extinguishes due to long-drawn-out hardship. In the end, from a distance Song sees Luo standing in silent tribute in front of the grave of Feng.