Operation Red Sea
The film tells the story of a coup in the Republic of Ivia in the Middle East and the escalation of armed conflict. The Chinese navy frigate Linyi, which had just completed the hostage rescue mission in Somalia, was ordered to carry out the evacuation mission. A team of 8 men of Navy’s “Jiaolong Commando” was divided into two groups for rescue. Its a story of hard wining victory while been ambushed, scarified and crushing the conspiracy of the head military rebels.
The 38th Hong Kong Film Awards Best Film (Nominated) Lin Chaoxian
The 32nd Chinese Film Golden Rooster Awards Best Feature Film (Nominated)
The 34th Popular Film Hundred Flowers Awards Best Feature Film
Director: Lin Chaoxian
Lin Chaoxian, director from Hong Kong, China. In the late 1980s, he began to work as an assistant director for Chen Jiashang. In 1998, “The Beast Criminal Police” co-directed with Chen, who won two awards for the Best Picture and Best Director at the 18th Hong Kong Film Awards. Later, independent directors of “G4 Agents”, “Jianghu” and “Reloaded Police” were wonderful, and “Jianghu” was the most acclaimed.
- The film embodies the heroic spirit of Chinese soldiers and the spirit of the rise of a great power, pushing Chinese military-themed movies to new heights. It does not regard the individual heroism of fighting alone as the spiritual commanding height of contemporary Chinese naval officers and soldiers, but instead focuses the lens on the collective power. The fine control of emotional logic and action logic, and the creative use of modern art and technology, made the declaration of the entire evacuation and war scenes, especially the emergency dispatch of troops, breakout and rescue of hostages, and the final pursuit. The realism of the environment and the shocking effect of the soul. (“Reference News” Li Zhunping, Honorary Chairman of China Literature and Art Critics Association)