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It may look like a crumbling desert fort, but for the Chinese movie industry Zhenbeibu film studio is like Hollywood, Universal Studios and Monument Valley all rolled into one. Battle scene on the bridge Originally the strategically important location of two forts at the foot of Helan Mountain, these were destroyed by a massive earthquake. Reknowned Chinese writer Zhang Xianliang took over the site and Zhenbeibu is now one of the three largest film studios in China, and the most famous in Western China.
The location for dozens of blockbuster Chinese films since , these studios are now the hub of desert based Chinese movies. These movies often feature warriors on horseback, with epic stories frequently sharing similar themes to the bleaker American cowboy movies.
The dusty ruins and barren landscapes enhance the feelings of desolation so popular in this type of Chinese film. Recreated streets, markets and buildings have replaced the innards of the two forts. With the help of a little set dressing and costumed actors, these can replicate many periods of Chinese history.
Zhang Yimou went on to direct many popular films and was the director of the spectacular opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics. Some of the other attractions include dressing up as your favourite character, posing in movie sets and even starring in short video clips.
One stag party were keen to pose in front of a particular building, as was their driver, until she learnt she was posing in front of a brothel, backed by 12 leering men. Covering the fantasy film genre, there are two cave sets — the horror cave and the mystery cave. Of these, the horror cave seemed the most popular with visitors. Inexplicably a line of bare bums welcomes you to the war film area The modern war film props were more recognisable, and there were a number of 20th century motorbikes and cars, presumably from films about the uprising.