Yearender: Film critics' top 10 Chinese films of 2015
Updated: 2015-12-28 09:38
No 6: The Coffin in the Mountain
A screen capture of The Coffin in the Mountain. [Photo/Mtime]
Raymond Zhou: A stunning debut. Mystery and darkness beautifully combined into a skilled production. It is a new hope for low-budget films.
Huang Doudou: The wholeness and maturity of the script far exceeded expectations. Set against the backdrop of a village, the minds behind the film portrayed their analysis and criticism of the relationship of clans and families in a society.
Jiang Xiaoyu：The dark horse of this year's domestic films. A small production of just 1.7 million yuan, it shone the light for the real future of Chinese cinema.
In brief: The film tells a series of stories triggered by the sudden appearance of a corpse in a remote village. It was directed by Xin Yukun and stars Huo Weimin, Wang Xiaotian, Luo Yun and Sun Li and was launched on Oct 16.