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|Directed by||Zhang Yuan|
|Written by||Cui Jian
|Music by||Cui Jian
|Edited by||Feng Shuangyuan|
|Running time||88 minutes|
Beijing Bastards (simplified Chinese: 北京杂种; traditional Chinese: 北京雜种; pinyin: Běijīng Zázhǒng) is a 1993 drama film by sixth generation director Zhang Yuan, and is one of the first independently produced Chinese films.
- Karzi "a rock promoter" - played by Li Wei 李委
- Cui Jian as himself
- Wu Lala (Wu Gang)
- Tang Danian 唐大年, also screenwriter
- Bian Jing 边境 as himself
- Zang Tianshuo as himself
- Wang Wenli 王文丽
- Director: Zhang Yuan 张元
- World Film Locations: Beijing John Berra, Liu Yang - 2012- Page 26 "in the 1990s, China's rock music scene reached its peak with a list of famous singers and bands, of which Cui Jian and Dou Wei – arguably the celebrated forerunners of Chinese rock – were cast in Zhang Yuan's Beijing Bastards. This film is ."
- Zhen Zhang The Urban Generation: Chinese Cinema and Society at the Turn of ... 2007- Page 268 "Cui is credited as co-producer and co-screenwriter of Beijing Bastards, in which he plays himself.10 The main character, the musician Karzi, is played by Li Wei (aka Xiao Wei), a self- described rock promoter who reappears as himself in ...
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