Shi lian 33 tian (2011) is a Mandarin movie. Hua-Tao Teng has directed this movie. Zhang Wen,Baihe Bai,Jingfei Guo,Jia-yi Zhang are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2011. Shi lian 33 tian (2011) is considered one of the best Comedy,Drama,Romance movie in India and around the world.
Shi lian 33 Tian can be translated as 33 days after break-up. It tells about Xiaoxian Huangshu, a white-collar worker, has gone through a bitterweet life after she broken up with his ex-boyfriend, and eventually got her true love. This low movie cost becomes a surprising boxoffice forerunner of low-cost movies of mainland China in 2013
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