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Cast members of movie "Aftershock" meet the press

2010-07-14 09:40:54 GMT2010-07-14 17:40:54 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Chinese director Feng Xiaogang (L) and cast member Xu Fan attend the premiere press conference of movie "Aftershock" in Beijing, capital of China, July 13, 2010. The film directed by Feng reflects the devastating earthquake in Tangshan of north China's Hebei Province in 1976. The epic, costing more than 100 million RMB yuan (about 15 million U.S. dollars), is due out on July 22 in both IMAX and common format. (Xinhua/Ma Yiqun)

Chinese director Feng Xiaogang (R) and cast members Chen Daoming (L) and Zhang Zifeng attend the premiere press conference of movie "Aftershock" in Beijing, capital of China, July 13, 2010. The film directed by Feng reflects the devastating earthquake in Tangshan of north China's Hebei Province in 1976. The epic, costing more than 100 million RMB yuan (about 15 million U.S. dollars), is due out on July 22 in both IMAX and common format. (Xinhua/Ma Yiqun)

Chinese director Feng Xiaogang (C) and cast members attend the premiere press conference of movie "Aftershock" in Beijing, capital of China, July 13, 2010. The film directed by Feng reflects the devastating earthquake in Tangshan of north China's Hebei Province in 1976. The epic, costing more than 100 million RMB yuan (about 15 million U.S. dollars), is due out on July 22 in both IMAX and common format. (Xinhua/Ji Guoqiang)

Chinese director Feng Xiaogang (R) and cast member Zhang Zifeng attend the premiere press conference of movie "Aftershock" in Beijing, capital of China, July 13, 2010. The film directed by Feng reflects the devastating earthquake in Tangshan of north China's Hebei Province in 1976. The epic, costing more than 100 million RMB yuan (about 15 million U.S. dollars), is due out on July 22 in both IMAX and common format. (Xinhua/Ji Guoqiang)

Cast member Zhang Jingchu attends the premiere press conference of movie "Aftershock" in Beijing, capital of China, July 13, 2010. The film directed by Feng reflects the devastating earthquake in Tangshan of north China's Hebei Province in 1976. The epic, costing more than 100 million RMB yuan (about 15 million U.S. dollars), is due out on July 22 in both IMAX and common format. (Xinhua/Ma Yiqun)

Chinese director Feng Xiaogang and cast member Xu Fan attend the premiere press conference of movie "Aftershock" in Beijing, capital of China, July 13, 2010. The film directed by Feng reflects the devastating earthquake in Tangshan of north China's Hebei Province in 1976. The epic, costing more than 100 million RMB yuan (about 15 million U.S. dollars), is due out on July 22 in both IMAX and common format.

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