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Shanshui Qing


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Shan shui qing, Feeling from Mountain and Water
Japanese: 山水情

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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: 1988
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Source: Unknown
Genres: Music
Duration: 20 min.
Rating: G - All Ages

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Score: 6.591 (scored by 401 users)
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Ranked: #55542
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Popularity: #9001
Members: 1,042
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The only noises you can hear are the sounds of water and wind. The story shows us a young girl and an elderly man. She cares about him and in a return, he gives her guqin lessons.

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More reviewsReviews

Dec 31, 2017
chrissy_poo_too (All reviews)
Yikes. This is probably the silliest user score I've seen on all of MAL. Feelings of Mountains and Waters is an important, masterful film, and it deserves much higher than a 6. Regardless, on to the review.

One of the most beautiful short films ever, Feelings of Mountains and Waters is like a painting come to life. Themes the film explores include the majesty of nature, the wonder of music, the love between a master and an apprentice, and death, all in a completely dialogue free 18 minutes.

Some films just speak for themselves and don't lend themselves very well to review, this is definitely read more
Mar 11, 2019
Krunchyman (All reviews)
The joyful tune traversed the serene, painted landscape via a vibration that propagated an audible wave of which cannot be seen, but only heard. The wave of pressure pierced the old sage’s ear drums, alerting him to the presence of a young, vivacious heart who’s spiritual vase had yet to be filled with the wisdoms of the world. But the sage had neither the time nor the willingness to instruct the uncouth adolescent, as he remained steadfast in his cryptic journey.

Nevertheless.

Fate, as one would conjecture, inhibited his forward progression, forcing him to recuperate and recognize his last objective before his demise. Knowledge, read more
Mar 17, 2019
Assthete (All reviews)
Wei's last work brings together a lot of elements that characterize his filmography and marks his departure from directing animated shorts. A final homage to the Chinese painting, this time in Shan shui style, to the Guqin music, and to the rather common motif of passing along one's virtuosity in favor of self-cultivation. It intends to evoke a nostalgic feeling, a sentiment of longing for what is no more, perhaps serving as a metaphor to his own creative work which ends up serving as both reference and inspiration to any spiritual successor. It can be anything really, insofar as it remains a largely conceptual piece read more

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