So-called "Sixth Generation" filmmaker Wang Xiaoshuai caused a stir with the film FROZEN (1997), an act of defiance made entirely outside the auspices of China's government studio system and anonymously signed "Wu Ping" (No Name). Wang's fourth feature, a far more commercial but ultimately less interesting affair, is unlikely to get much of a rise out of anyone. Guei (Cui Lin) is a young man from the provinces who, like many of his generation, has left his village to find work amid booming Beijing's hustle and bustle. Guei lands what a friend describes as a dream job, working as a courier for Fei Da Express Delivery. Outfitted in a khaki jacket, cap and courier's pou...