Fujian Blue ( Jīnbì hūihúang) is a 2007 Chinese film directed by Weng Shouming (Robin Weng). The film is Weng’s first and is composed of two separate but linked stories entitled “The Neon Knights” and “At Home at Sea.” The film touches on a number of controversial topics including juvenile delinquency, human trafficking, and drug use which the film implies are the result of the increasing influence of the West.
Starring primarily non-professionals, Fujian Blue was produced by several independent companies in China and abroad. The film is also entirely in the Fujian dialect (Minnan Hua).
The film is distributed by dGenerate Films. dGenerate Films brings “uncensored, unprecedented and visionary content from deep within mainland China’s independent, and underground, film scene to the western market.”
dGenerate Films combines pioneering relationships in China with a groundbreaking online platform Reframe, a joint venture between Amazon and Tribeca Film Institute, to distribute previously inaccessible media to western audiences.