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Jing Tian fails to impress in new film

By Xu Fan | | Updated: 2017-07-26 09:26

Jing Tian fails to impress in new film

Actress Jing Tian [Photo provided to China Daily]

After receiving mixed reviews for The Great Wall and Kong: Skull Island, Chinese actress Jing Tian has returned to domestic productions.

But her latest movie Fist & Faith has failed to lift her career, with the 98-minute coming-of-age drama raking in just 30 million yuan ($4.44 million) in 10 days.

The film, directed by Jiang Zhuoyuan and featuring Chinese actors Ou Hao, Japanese actress Meisa Kuroki and Japanese actor Kento Hayashi, is about a high school in Northeast China in the 1930s.

Jiang earlier said that the movie aimed to make a breakthrough in coming-of-age movies.

Fist & Faith has so far obtained 4.4 points out of 10 on the country's most popular reviewing site

Jing, who plays a teacher in the movie, has been criticized for her acting.

Jing Tian fails to impress in new film

Jing Tian in Fist & Faith [Photo provided to China Daily]

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