“Maybe it is still too early to talk about this trend, but the magic and way of telling stories through images and mythological stories from the Far East are beginning to attract the attention of an increasing number of viewers. In February, the long-awaited series “Szogun” will be launched on one of the streaming platforms Live, which will present the story in a new version told for the first time in 44 years. Are we becoming more open and curious about what Asian culture can offer? The phenomenon of “Parasite”, which caused a sensation during the Oscars four years ago, and won four statuettes. , and attracted 435 thousand viewers to cinemas in Poland. In recent years, Asian cinema has begun to fill art cinemas to the brim, but is also increasingly beginning to enter large cinema chains. “It is certainly worth paying attention to titles that have achieved success in the markets Local. “Asian productions are sure to surprise with their authenticity all viewers who grew up mainly on Hollywood stories,” says Moritz Hemminger, head of sales at German distribution company Playmaker.
With the beginning of the Year of the Dragon, the Chinese super-production “Birth of the Gods”, whose budget reached a record $150 million, is brought to Polish cinemas.
“Birth of the Gods” directed by Warshan is an adaptation of a 16th century fantasy novel. Announced as a cinematic event, this production is a film adaptation of a legend known to millions of people around the world. This is a wonderful story about the greatest battle humanity has fought in 3000 years against gods and demons, to fight for survival on Earth.
Screenings of “The Birth of the Gods” are scheduled to be held in the Multikino and Cinema City cinema chains on January 27, 28 and 29.
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