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(3373) 7.5 88 min 2019

Born in China is a movie starring Nanfu Wang, Zaodi Wang, and Zhimei Wang. After becoming a mother, a filmmaker uncovers the untold history of China's one-child policy and the generations of parents and children forever shaped by...

Starring
Tunde Wang, Nanfu Wang, Zaodi Wang, Zhimei Wang
Genres
Documentary, History
Director
Nanfu Wang, Jialing Zhang

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary, History
Director Nanfu Wang, Jialing Zhang
Stars Tunde Wang, Nanfu Wang, Zaodi Wang, Zhimei Wang
Country USA
Also Known As Το Έθνος του Ενός Παιδιού, Polityka jednego dziecka, Ettbarnslandet, One Child Nation, One child Nation, Land der Einzelkinder
Runtime 1H 28M
Description First-time mother and filmmaker Nanfu Wang uncovers the untold history of China's One-Child policy and the generations of parents and children forever shaped by this social experiment.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 01 Jul 2020 05:37

I have been an admirer of this movie since it was first shown. My opinion of it has been tainted by seeing this movie in a theater. When I saw it I was in the midst of an emotional and magical experience that has stayed with me for many years. I was moved and moved again by the movie. I have now seen it again on DVD and my opinion has not changed. The reason I see the movie again is that I can remember some of the lines and images in my mind. Some of the things I saw on screen are so vivid that I have come to see the movie through the eyes of a Chinese. The movie is so emotional and moving that it is impossible to watch it without experiencing the same emotions and the same feelings that I experienced during the first viewing. I have been inspired by this movie and its message. It is not for the faint of heart, it is for the people who are true to their beliefs and are willing to stand up for their values. The characters in the movie are more real than I would have imagined them to be. Their stories are real, their motivations are real, and their pain and suffering are real. The film is about their struggle for justice and equality. It is a film about the importance of life, of love, of respect, and of the right to dignity. It is a movie about the need to recognize that we have not only a right but a responsibility to be truly human. This movie is so powerful that I feel that I am on the side of the good guys in this movie. The characters in the movie are so real that I think they are real. I think that everyone who has seen this movie should see it. The movie is powerful, and the message of it is so powerful that it is almost impossible not to be moved. I think that this movie has changed my life, and I am grateful for it.
Wednesday, 03 Jun 2020 00:27

This documentary is based on the book "Down to Earth: A Journey with the Dalai Lama" by Kelsang Gyatso and his daughter Anzin Gyatso. The book details the lives of the Dalai Lama and his entourage, as well as the Tibetan monks who travel with the Dalai Lama. This documentary is the first of a series that chronicles the Dalai Lama's visit to China, and also covers his life before his ascension to the throne. The book is also the basis for the 2011 film, "Down to Earth," which tells the story of the Dalai Lama's first trip to China. The film is a biographical piece that examines the life and teachings of the Dalai Lama. The film's production is very impressive, and the photography and sound quality are very good. The documentary covers the Dalai Lama's life from his childhood to his life as a monk in Tibet. The documentary's tone is extremely positive, with a mixture of interviews and narration. The narration is quite interesting and it tells us a lot about the Dalai Lama. The documentary also tells us about his childhood and the reasons for his ascension to the throne. The Dalai Lama also talks about his childhood in a variety of languages, and the interviews are all in English, but some of the narration is in Tibetan. In addition, the documentary's subject matter is interesting and it is interesting to hear the Dalai Lama's commentary. Overall, the documentary is very good and it is an interesting look at the Dalai Lama's life, and I recommend it to anyone interested in the Dalai Lama. I also recommend this film to those who want to learn more about the Dalai Lama and his life before he became the Dalai Lama.
Tuesday, 19 May 2020 03:11

The first thing that struck me about this film was that it wasn't a documentary. It was not a movie with a limited plot. It was a movie about the way that a powerful man took his son on a perilous journey and the decisions he made in order to keep him safe. The father is not a man who is given a mission, or a deadline, or even a reason for going. He is simply told what to do and that's it. His job is to do that and he does it well. The son is also a young boy, so much younger than the dad, who is seen as the figurehead of the family. The son, no matter how experienced, can't do everything himself, and this is apparent at the end of the film. We see the father (or the father's assistant) attempt to keep the boy safe from a kidnapping attempt by a man who appears to have committed some other serious crime. The father also seems to be in charge of the entire operation and has an amazing ability to understand and follow the boy's every move. It's not a perfect movie, but it is very powerful. The ending is very touching. I also loved the father's frustration and the contrast between his quiet, sad, but also strong, dedication to his son and his increasingly intense efforts to get the boy out of danger. The father's frustration is mirrored by the son's frustration and how he is forced to confront it. This is the most effective part of the film. I think that the only way to really appreciate this movie is to watch it for what it is. I'm not going to say anything about the politics or religion of the case or the reaction of the American government, but I think that the movie has the power to touch people on a deep level, and that is why it is so powerful. I would suggest watching it with an open mind, and then discuss it with a friend. As with many movies, there is some content that you might not want to watch. I think that is what is so good about this movie.


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