转山 - 剧情
转山 - 幕后花絮
Taipei, Taiwan, 2010. Following the sudden death of his elder brother Shu-wei (Michael Chang), 24-year-old university graduate Chang Shu-hao (Bryan Chang), inspired by his brother's "Riding Diaries", decides to undertake a bicycle ride from Lijiang, Yunnan province, to Lhasa, Tibet, in memory of him. It was a journey that his brother always dreamed of making - a 1,800-kilometre ride that even professional riders need two weeks to do because of the constant changes in altitude and atmospheric pressure between 1,000 and 4,000 metres. Arriving in Yunnan - on what is his first trip to mainland China - Shu-hao is met by a fellow Taiwanese who's been living there for two years already and who cons him out of RMB3,500 (US$550) for a fake identity card he'll need on the road. On the first day of his bicycle ride, he finds the road outside Lijiang blocked by a landslide and teams up with a professional local cyclist, Li Xiaochuan (Li Xiaochuan). On Day Five the two reach Deqin and then cross over into Tibet, and the following day reach Yanjing, where they stay overnight at the house of a young village widow (Li Tao), her son and in-laws. The young widow takes a liking to Shu-hao, and he to her and her son, but next day Shu-hao and Xiaochuan have to move on. During the next 19 days, Shu-hao will find himself tested to the limits of his endurance and sanity as he pushes on regardless through extreme altitudes, deep snow, wild mastiffs and hostility by some locals to reach Lhasa and fulfil his brother's dream.
From Film Business Asia
Go Kunming has a great film review of the movie.