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(180) 6.8 79 min 2018

Factory and construction workers, farmers, commuters, miners, students. The director captures the state of his nation, by static filming one or more people in more or less motionless poses. No narrative, just portraits.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Xiaoshuai Wang

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Thursday, 04 Jun 2020 02:19

I saw the film at the screening for the last time last night. I was not prepared for the harsh reality of the film. The reality of the real life of the people in this film. This film shows us what it is to live in a broken country with a corrupt government, an underdeveloped economy, and a government that has no respect for its people. The people in the film are very honest and straight to the point. They are not afraid to speak their minds about corruption and the breakdown of the country. They speak of what it is like to be in a country where everyone can't afford food or medicine, or they have to have help to pay for the food or they have to sell their land. These people are struggling to survive in a country where there are no jobs and no hope for a better future. The film was very insightful in showing us the situation in Ethiopia. The film was also very interesting in showing us what is happening in Kenya and Kenya is very close to the country in Ethiopia. Ethiopia and Kenya are in a desperate situation because of the lack of jobs. Ethiopia is a very poor country with a corrupt government and a corrupt economy. Kenya is also in a desperate situation because of the lack of jobs. The government has no respect for its people. In fact, the government is very hostile towards the people of Kenya. The people of Ethiopia and Kenya need to stand together and stop the corrupt and greedy government in Ethiopia from taking over their country. We need to stand together to help the people of Ethiopia and Kenya and help them get a better future for themselves.


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