Stolen Life

Stolen Life, also known as Life and Death Plunder, is a 2005 Chinese drama film directed by Li Shaohong , and starring Zhou Xun and Wu Jun. It was released on April 23, 2005. The only thing that Li Shaohong's shattering that film has in common with Baober in Love is that both star the extraordinary Zhou Xun. The film had won the Best Narrative Feature at the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival, it is an official selection of the prestigious, award-winning Global Lens Collection, presented by the Global Film Initiative.


In Li Shaohong's acclaimed coming-of-age drama, a teenage girl is taken to live with her aunt and grandmother in Beijing. Yan'ni (played by acclaimed Chinese actress Zhou Xun) is withdrawn and reclusive, believing that she has been abandoned by her parents and has no control over her fate. The fact that her extended family doesn't have much hope for her future only compounds her depression. Surprising everyone in her hostile household, Yan'ni is accepted to college. But as she prepares to embark on her new life of higher education, an encounter with a delivery boy triggers a series of unexpected events that will change her life forever.