Little Red Flowers
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Little Red Flowers
At the outset of Zhang Yuan's poignant reflection on conformity, a four-year-old boy, Qiang, is deposited in a Beijing kindergarten. Effectively orphaned, Qiang has difficulty acclimating to the school's regimen of how and when to eat, dress, wash his hands, and use the bathroom. The formation of good habits is rewarded with coveted little red flowers, but since Qiang can't yet dress himself and still wets his bed, he's unable to earn any. His frustration and defiance soon put him at odds with the head teacher, Mrs. Li. Zhang is an eclectic, iconoclastic figure in Chinese… More
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"The film has a fairy tale feel to it and it's sort of fun."
‑ Don R. Lewis, Film Threat
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