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(3387) 7.2 79 min 2016

Born in China is a movie starring John Krasinski, Claire Keim, and Xun Zhou. Venturing into the wilds of China, "Born in China" captures intimate moments with a panda and her growing cub, a young golden monkey who feels displaced by...

Starring
John Krasinski, Claire Keim, Xun Zhou
Genres
Documentary
Director
Chuan Lu

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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
Director Chuan Lu
Writer Chuan Lu, David Fowler, Phil Chapman, Brian Leith
Stars John Krasinski, Claire Keim, Xun Zhou
Country UK, China, USA
Also Known As Çin'de Doğdum, Né en Chine, Nacidos en China, Nés en Chine, Wo men dan sheng zai zhong guo, Kínában született, Nascidos na China, ディズニーネイチャー ボーン・イン・チャイナ パンダ・ユキヒョウ・キンシコウ
Runtime 1H 19M
Description Venturing into the wilds of China, "Born in China" captures intimate moments with a panda and her growing cub, a young golden monkey who feels displaced by his baby sister, and a mother snow leopard struggling to raise her two cubs.

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Monday, 06 Apr 2020 01:01

The term "the Indian woman" was coined in reference to the fact that Indian women are not always respected and considered the equivalent of their male counterparts. Women of Indian origin have always been treated with different levels of respect than their white counterparts, and many different forms of discrimination have been used to keep them from the equal status of their Caucasian counterparts. One such form of discrimination was the dowry system, which was introduced by the British to keep the status of women high. The dowry system was abolished by India in the late 1800s, but its legacy is still seen in how women are paid and how they are treated in India. This film examines the struggles faced by young Indian women who want to pursue an education and have the opportunity to live and work in a capitalist society, but are not allowed to do so because of the dowry system. The film examines the experiences of the oldest daughter of the Maharajah of Jaipur, Zillik, who was forced to sell her hand, and a third daughter, Maureen, who has to deal with the repercussions of the dowry system. The film also examines the education of the eldest daughter of the Maharajah, Lijo, who is unable to study, and the second daughter, Rani, who has to deal with the dowry system and its consequences. The film was written and directed by Elen Radovanovic, who made her feature film debut with "The Bride", a film about the lives of two young women in the West Indian village of Beman. She later made the feature film "My Sweet," about a family in an impoverished village in Kenya. She received an Academy Award nomination for the documentary film "My Sweet", and received the Audience Award for Best Documentary. The film was shot in the northwest region of India, and features the areas of Tashkent, Haryana, Gujarat, and Madhya Pradesh, among others. It was produced by Telugu International Entertainment. "The Indian Woman" is the story of one family's struggle to get the education that they were denied at home, as well as their struggle to get the education that they desire in India. The film is a fascinating look into the lives of young women who face the challenges of education and the dowry system. One of the greatest challenges of the film is to demonstrate the amount of discrimination faced by Indian women and the plight that they face. Although the film does not explicitly point out how the Indian women are discriminated against, it does point out how they are treated with a different level of respect and respect that is not given to their white counterparts. Overall, I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the struggles faced by Indian women. For more reviews from The spiritual place of education click here. For more arts & culture articles from The spiritual place of education click here.
Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 03:48

This documentary will not disappoint those who are interested in Chinese history, in fact it will. In this documentary, Kevin Rudd, a leading Australian politician, goes to China to promote the Chinese Communist Party's policies, in particular to bring democracy to the Chinese people. Kevin Rudd is a leading Australian politician who, in 2006, was elected to the Australian Senate. He is a member of the Liberal Party, a minor party in Australian political history. Kevin Rudd was known as "the starry-eyed socialist" in the United States, and also in Australia. He is famous in the United States for his support of "welfare" programs that largely benefit the poor, and for his opposition to the Iraq war. He is not a perfect person, and his pro-Communist views have been challenged by several prominent Australian politicians, including Paul Keating. The documentary "Kevin Rudd, The Man Who Built China" is based on his interviews with leading figures in China, including party leaders and intellectuals. Rudd's activities have been controversial in China. In an interview, an American journalist asked "Are you a communist?" Rudd replied that he "was very strongly pro-communist," but that he "wanted to make sure that the party was not bought off by any one individual." In the film, Kevin Rudd states that he is not a "pro-Communist," but he also claims that he was a "pro-democracy" politician. The film also discusses how the Communist Party is supposed to be the model for the Communist Party in China. It also discusses the reasons why the Chinese are making enormous efforts to make it possible for their people to enjoy democracy. The film also gives a brief overview of the various ways the Chinese Communist Party is trying to advance its political goals. The film does not, however, discuss any of the specific political and social problems facing the Chinese people. This is a very good documentary and it is worth watching.


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