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Red Light Revolution
Red Light Revolution
Hong Deng Meng
China’s first Sex Shop Comedy!
Film Summary
Sam Voutas
Zhao Jun, Vivid Wang, Jiang Xiduo, Masanobu Otsuka, Virgin Chen
(English subtitles)
Film Main Info
Unemployed Beijinger, Shunzi (played by Zhao Jun), fresh from being fired from his cab company and still wounded by news of his wife running away for another man, decides to risk it all and follow his friend, and opens a sex store, much to the disappointment of his parents. At first battling with blow up dolls, and getting to grips with some of the vibrating merchandise, he soon realises that not only has he become a victim of a high pressured sales operation (with a gangster like supplier), but his neighbourhood is very conservative and inhabited by an ageing population. Slowly though, he starts to win them over and unites the community, but will he convert enough of them to customers to pay off the gangsters? A humorous clash of the Chinese traditional etiquette with modern sexual values.
Terracotta Festival 2011 Audience Award Winner
" close as anyone will ever get to a Chinese FULL MONTY." David West, Neo Magazine
"Amusing" - Variety Magazine
"Sex. Shagging. Making love. Whatever you want to call it, everyone does it." - Time Out Magazine
Cinema Listings: 
Prince Charles Cinema, London 9pm, Monday 23rd January 2012
DVD Info
Red Light Revolution UK DVD release
DVD Release Date: 
13th February 2012
Screen Ratio: 
16:9 Anamorphic Widescreen
DVD Special Features: 
Directors intro Deleted scenes Audience Q&A's at Terracotta Festival Directors Masterclass at Terracotta Festival Audience Q&A's at Wuhan Film Club Making of…. Featurette: Art Auction
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