This Spring Festival, are you coming back home? Do you have a million reasons not to go home for the Spring Festival? This video is dedicated to all the parents in the world.
Why is my mother always so busy?
Mommy needs to help the villagers build roads, so she can't be there for her son.
Does mommy not want me anymore?
Mommy may not be able to come home for Chinese New Year.
Why is the Spring Festival the favorite holiday for children?
Why is Spring Festival called Guo Nian (passing the year)?
How did an old lady manage to scare the Nian away?
How did the villagers drive away the Nian?
Why do we call Chinese New Year the Spring Festival?
What if time could be split so that we could know the outcomes of our decisions? That's the question this contemplative short film raises. In the first installment, we meet a young doctor caring for his ailing father.
Part two of this moving story sees our protagonist flash back to his childhood as he recalls fond memories of his beloved father.
Things take a strange turn as our hero enters the mysterious time archives where he learns that time has been split into two and he has an alternate self who has made different choices in life.
Jianshui gets to see what would have happened if he'd followed his colleague's advice and taken his father back to their hometown to live out his last days.
Back at the time archives, Jianshui is pretty confused. He discovers his dad left him a touching letter containing some solid fatherly wisdom and heartfelt memories.
Jianshui's father recalls what happened on his son's sixth birthday, shares more fond memories and continues to deliver advice from beyond the grave. He has a valuable lesson about living your life without doubting your choices.
A strange tale begins when a fight breaks out on a bus between an old man who lifts up a young woman's skirt and her boyfriend. When the old man begins foaming at the mouth, things get pretty weird...
We're transported back in time by the old man's memories told as a quirky, old-time style short called "Father," which depicts a sweet relationship between a heroic policeman and his daughter.
Time skips forward a decade to the Reform and Opening Era in this segment. The father struggles to find romance and raise his 16-year-old daughter.
Things get dark as the father discovers his daughter has been getting too close to a boy. But his anger quickly turns to remorse when she responds badly to his punishment.
A father fights with his daughter because she thinks he's getting older and neglecting to take care of himself properly. Then, after an awkward moment on a bus, the father decides to run off.
A daughter leads a lonely and miserable life, sexually harassed by her boss and missing her dad. However, meeting someone could bring a new light into her life and bring her and her father closer once more.