Synopsis: At 10.27am on December 28, 1989, a major earthquake hit the Australian city of Newcastle. It was centred on the Newcastle Workers' Club, in the heart of Newcastle. 12 people died in the ...
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Geoff Burton
  1 win & 1 nomination.



- Take a look.

- Let me see

Fang Deng!

Fang Deng, say something.

Fang Deng!


I beg you all.

I beg you.

Their dad...

Their dad is already gone.

If my kids aren't saved,

I can't go on living.

I beg you.

I'll do anything you want for

the rest of my life.

I'll be your servant, okay?

Stop crying!

We'll find a solution.

First, we'll remove the slab.

Hurry and get a crowbar.

One, two, three.

I'll go get a pole.

One, two, three.

Hurry up.

I can't hear them anymore.

You can only save one.

Hurry and make up your mind.

They both have to be saved.

You still don't understand?

A concrete slab is on top of them both.

One side's on your daughter.

The other side's on your son.

If we lift up here, the slab will crush

your daughter.

If we lift up the other side,

then the slab will crush your son.

Hurry and make up your mind.

You can only save one.

Both have to be saved.

They both have to be saved.

My gosh.

We can only lift up one side

of the concrete slab.

I beg you. Save them both.

Hurry and make up your mind.

I beg you. Save them both.

Save them both.

I beg you.

Hurry up.

we can't hear them anymore.

Stop waiting. If you wait,

both will be gone.

Save them both.

Yuan Ni, have you finally decided. . .

Which one?

Someone's alive here. Come, help!

We have to go rescue more people

over there.

Mister. . .

Save my son.

Which one?

Save my son.

Hurry, save the son.


Forgive mom.

Fang Deng,

Forgive mom.

Fang Da,

Say something.

Yuan Ni,

You should first save the one

who is still alive.

We can't do anything about the dead.

Look, he's not saying anything.

He's not making a sound.

Hurry and take him to the

Tangshan airport.

The People's Liberation Army's

medical teams are there.

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Paul Brown

Paul Eugene Brown (September 7, 1908 – August 5, 1991) was an American football coach and executive in the All-America Football Conference (AAFC) and National Football League (NFL). Brown was both the co-founder and first coach of the Cleveland Browns, a team named after him, and later played a role in founding the Cincinnati Bengals. His teams won seven league championships in a professional coaching career spanning 25 seasons. Brown began his coaching career at Severn School in 1931 before becoming the head football coach at Massillon Washington High School in Massillon, Ohio, where he grew up. His high school teams lost only 10 games in 11 seasons. He was then hired at Ohio State University and coached the school to its first national football championship in 1942. After World War II, he became head coach of the Browns, who won all four AAFC championships before joining the NFL in 1950. Brown coached the Browns to three NFL championships – in 1950, 1954 and 1955 – but was fired in January 1963 amid a power struggle with team owner Art Modell. Brown in 1968 co-founded and was the first coach of the Bengals. He retired from coaching in 1975 but remained the Bengals' team president until his death in 1991. The Bengals named their home stadium Paul Brown Stadium in honor of Brown. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1967. Brown is credited with a number of American football innovations. He was the first coach to use game film to scout opponents, hire a full-time staff of assistants, and test players on their knowledge of a playbook. He invented the modern face mask, the practice squad and the draw play. He also played a role in breaking professional football's color barrier, bringing some of the first African-Americans to play pro football in the modern era onto his teams. Despite these accomplishments, Brown was not universally liked. He was strict and controlling, which often brought him into conflict with players who wanted a greater say in play-calling. These disputes, combined with Brown's failure to consult Modell on major personnel decisions, led to his firing as the Browns' coach in 1963. more…

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