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2017 Sundance Docs in Focus: PLASTIC CHINA


Why You Should Watch:

Wang delicately balances the perspectives of Yi-Jie, her father, and Kun, alternating the child’s wonderment in and adaptability to her surroundings with the adults’ more grounded, and sad, apprehension of their present circumstances, revealing at the same time a sense of modern-day China coping with inequality in its rapidly developing economy. The film’s inclusion in this year’s environmentally-themed The New Climate underscores the global dimensions – and impact – of our disposable culture.

https://whatnottodoc.com/2017/01/05/2017-sundance-docs-in-focus-plastic-china/


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