by Xinhua — 12.4.2021
Hit drama “Sister,” which helped drive China’s box office revenue during the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday to a record high of 821 million yuan (125 million U.S. dollars), is set for release in Australia and New Zealand on April 22.
CMC Pictures, which has brought many Chinese films abroad, announced the news on Saturday evening via social media.
The domestic film from emerging director Yin Ruoxin led China’s box office chart for the three-day holiday ending on April 5, contributing 378 million yuan or 46 percent of the total.
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