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PETITION (The Court of Complaints)

DIR: Zhao LIANG
2009 / China, France / 124 min

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This epic examining the basis of the current Chinese political system is based upon a twelve-year-observation of people who arrived to Peking with complaints concerning their local governments. Most of them were put away to slums where they have, in their effort to achieve some justice, been existing in absolute poverty for up to several years.

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Director Zhao LIANG
Screenplay Zhao LIANG
Dir. of Photography Zhao LIANG
Editing Bruno BARWISE, Sylvie BLUM, Shun ZI, Zhao LIANG
Music
Sound Laurent THOMAS
Duration 124 min
Year 2009
Country China, France
Colour Colour
Tags Asia, long-term observation, observational, political, social issues, society
Production INA
INA
Country:  France

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