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Coming up: A love story set in wartime Northeast China

By Xu Fan | China Daily | Updated: 2015-08-20 08:03

As a young Chinese woman swirls on her toes to the music of Swan Lake, the scene abruptly changes to that of a battlefield on which former Soviet troops are seen helping Chinese villagers fight Japanese invaders.

The setting is from Ballet in the Flames of War, a 35-million-yuan ($5.5 million) movie, which has been produced by a Chinese government-backed studio and involves Russian filmmakers. It is expected to hit Chinese mainland theaters on Friday.

Nearly 10 percent screening occupancy at cinemas will be arranged on that day.

Coming up: A love story set in wartime Northeast China

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