Xia luo (2010) Movie

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Production Company
1987 Motion Pictures [cn]
Panorama Studio [cn]

Production Designer

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Release Date
(USA) - 8 April 2011
(USA) - 16 April 2011
(USA) - 16 April 2011
(USA) - 1 May 2011
(Singapore) - 20 September 2011

Running Time

Whose future is undiscovered? Love only exists between strangers, we are no longer strangers.


Technical Support
CAM:Red One Camera, Zeiss Super Speed Lenses
OFM:4.5K Redcode RAW
PCS:HDCAM SR - (1080p/24) (master format)
PCS:Redcode RAW - (2K) (4.5K) (source format)
RAT:2.35 : 1

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Full Cast

  1. Ding, Ding (II) as [Pub Singer]
  2. Ji, Yinhao as (as Shoucheng Ji) [Heizi] <3>
  3. Lu, Yulai as [Qing Cai] <1>
  4. Kong, Lingmei as [Hu Man] <2>
  5. Liu, Yi (V) as (voice) [Ms Xu]
  6. Yuan, Zhixin as [Woman in the subway]


  1. Drama
  2. Romance
  3. Short

Movie Certificate

NC-16 (Singapore)

Music Composers

  1. Winiberg, Josh


  1. Pugh, Mark (I) (director of photography)

Dress Designers

  1. Liu, Jing (IV)

Film Editors

  1. Joseski, Alex
  2. Zhou, Quan (uncredited)


  1. Chen, Hanyi (script supervisor) (as Alicia Chen)
  2. Ding, Ding (II) (production assistant)
  3. He, Shujian (production assistant)
  4. Ji, Jun (making-of) (as Ji Jun)
  5. Luo, Xufeng (location manager)
  6. Xu, Zhuoran (legal advisor)
  7. Zhou, Jianing (production coordinator)

Other Titles

  1. The Missing Condom (2010) (ENG)
    (International: English title) (working title)

  2. Whereabouts (2010) (ENG)
    (International: English title)

  3. Zhao bu dao de anquantao (2010) (ENG)
    (China: Mandarin title) (original script title)

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. Shanghai, China
  2. Shaoxing, Zhejiang, China


- 'Quan Zhou' (qv)'s first Chinese film.

- The screenplay is adapted from Ya Li's stage script "The Missing Condom".

- Director 'Quan Zhou' (qv) reached Cinematograpther 'Mark Pugh (I)' (qv) through Red Camera forum.

- Shot on China's first Red One Camera: #228.

- 'Yuan Tian (I)' (qv) refused to take the role of Hu Man due to her dissatisfaction with the character.

- 'Faye Wong' (qv)'s song "Bi'an Hua" was considered to end the film but got rejected by the original publisher.

- Sofia Coppola's "Lost in Translation" was a big inspiration and influence.

- Production designer Liu Jing came up with an idea of having a fish tank with jellyfish instead of normal fish in Qing Cai's room, when director Zhou Quan asked him to put an object dividing the room to give actors more possibilities to block positions.

- Jellyfish is a symbol of main characters' living status of floating.

- 'Aoi Teshima' (qv)'s song "The Rose" was considered to end the film after 'Faye Wong' (qv)'s "Bi'an Hua" was not allowed to use, but Yamaha Music Japan refused to provide the copyright of "The Rose".