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Mu Di


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: The Cowboy's Flute, The Cowherd's Flute, The Buffalo Boy and his Flute
Japanese: 牧笛

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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: 1963
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Source: Unknown
Genres: Music
Duration: 20 min.
Rating: G - All Ages

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Ranked: #85062
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Popularity: #11298
Members: 343
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Synopsis

The story is about a relationship between a cow herding boy with an extraordinary flute playing ability and his buffalo companion. The boy dreams that he loses the buffalo, and when the buffalo won't move from his hiding place, the boy uses a flute melody to bring him back.

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Mar 17, 2019
Assthete (All reviews)
There is an air of sophistication here many full-length movies strive to accomplish. Wei manages to instill emotional catharsis through the smallest of details. He's able to portray longing and change of mindset without a word being uttered. The work also feels proud of its own artistry, glorifying Chinese painting in every drawing. It showcases such aesthetic as much as it can without ever interfering with the narrative. It's genuinely rewarding to see an artist growing his own style to degrees in which he's comfortable to indulge in it without putting the viewer in a weird spot. Simple yet wholly effective. Mu Di is only read more

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