AfterShock – movie trailer

Aftershock was released in over 5,000 conventional and 14 IMAX theaters throughout China in late July 2010.


The film follows a family torn apart by the 1976 TangShan earthquake that killed about a quarter of a million people, and decades later in the 2008 SiChuan earthquake that left around 85,000 dead.


Directed by Feng XiaoGang.


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