- Running time147 minutes
- DirectorBing Wang
The new documentary from acclaimed Chinese filmmaker Wang Bing (West of Tracks, Three Sisters) takes us into the refugee camps on the Chinese border populated by the Ta’ang, a Burmese ethnic minority fleeing the ongoing civil war in Myanmar. Ta'ang follows the daily life of these refugees, forced to leave their home but hoping to return soon.
'A 148-minute masterpiece depicting dignity in the face of dehumanizing displacement'
- Travis Jeppesen, Art Forum
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