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Stranger's Street

Fu Xinhua

Release year: 2003

Run time: 88 mins

Film type: Fiction


Wei is a medicine salesman from an inland province working in Guangzhou. He spends his time going to hospitals and pharmacies to sell his goods. He lives in Kecun Street, a “village within a city” where there are many hair salons where pretty girls offer shampooing, massages and sexual services. In one such salon Wei meets Xiu, who is new to the city. Gradually they get to know one another, but before long, Wei has to take a business trip to another province, and loses touch with Xiu. Xiu’s circumstances take a turn for the worse when she gets laid off from her work, and she ends up a street prostitute.


Director biography

Fu Xinhua, male, was born in Xinjiang Changji State Farms Reclamation Corps in the 1970s. In 90 years, he studied in the Department of Biology of Xinjiang University and obtained a bachelor's degree. After graduation, he moved to many places to engage in market development and sales. In 1999, due to personal hobbies, he entered the Beijing Film Academy to study film creation. Since then, he has become involved in film and television. He has been engaged in marketing work in Guangzhou, Shanghai, Shandong, and other places while getting involved in advertising planning and film creation. In 2001, he shot the 87-minute feature film "Kecun Street" in Guangzhou and Hunan.