The Crossing: Part 2

Original Title: 太平轮(下)·彼岸
Directed by: John Woo
Written by: Wang Hui-ling, Su Chao-bin
Cinematography: Zhao Fei
Music by: Taro Iwashiro
Country: China, Hong Kong
Genres: Drama, War, Romance
Duration: 131 min
Release Date: 30 July 2015 (China)
Filming Dates: 6 July 2013 – December 2013
Filming Locations: China (Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai), Taiwan, Mongolia

Synopsis:
John Woo’s epic historical saga about the ill-fated Taiping steamer comes to an end in The Crossing Part 2. Picking up where The Crossing Part 1 left off, we rejoin the three pairs of lovers whose fates are inexorably tied to the Taiping, and thus, each other. Military doctor Yan Zenkun remains separated from the Japanese woman he loves due to shifts in politics. Signal corps soldier Tong Daqing and lower-class illiterate woman Yu Zhen have fallen for one another, but life seems to have a way of keeping them apart. The wife of General Lei Yifang, meanwhile, continues to wait for him in Taiwan, despite not knowing whether he’s dead or alive.

Cast

Takeshi Kaneshiro
Yan Shikun

Zhang Ziyi
Yu Zhen

Song Hye-kyo
Zhou Yunfen

Huang Xiaoming
Lei Yifang

Tong Dawei
Tong Daqing
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2:35 min   |   321 views

Making-of

7:58 min   |   294 views
3:31 min   |   313 views

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Bonus

• With a lack of promotion, the film’s box office results were low considering the budget of 48,6 millions (USD) of the whole production. The Chinese box office numbers were 7,7 millions (USD).

Awards and Nominations
Ceremony Category Recipient Result
2016 Hong Kong Film Awards Best Art Direction Horace Ma Nominated
Best Costume Design Chen Tongxun Nominated
Best Music Taro Iwashiro Nominated
Best Film Song Lo Ta-yu Nominated