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Born in China is a movie starring Nanfu Wang, Zaodi Wang, and Zhimei Wang. After becoming a mother, a filmmaker uncovers the untold history of China's one-child policy and the generations of parents and children forever shaped by...

Genres
History, Documentary
Director
Jialing Zhang, Nanfu Wang
Starring
Zhimei Wang, Zaodi Wang, Nanfu Wang, Tunde Wang

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Product details

Genres History, Documentary
Director Jialing Zhang, Nanfu Wang
Stars Zhimei Wang, Zaodi Wang, Nanfu Wang, Tunde Wang
Country USA
Also Known As Ettbarnslandet, Land der Einzelkinder, Polityka jednego dziecka, Το Έθνος του Ενός Παιδιού, One child Nation, One Child Nation
Runtime 1 h 28 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description After becoming a mother, a filmmaker uncovers the untold history of China's one-child policy and the generations of parents and children forever shaped by this social experiment.

Top reviews

Friday, 15 Jan 2021 22:19

I saw this at a screening in Tucson, AZ. The title and trailer made it seem like a documentary, and I was looking forward to the film. I really like Jeff Kuhner, who was the real-life experience behind the filming of this documentary. I really liked his experiences in documenting the archival footage that goes into every documentary that is made. The film is a history of how that film was made, with the help of his group of volunteers. The film is a well-rounded history of how a film can be made about a very painful subject. The film is not about the merits of the film, it's about the personal experience that made the film and how it has been made. The film is mostly about the film itself, with some mention of the archival footage. It's hard to tell you how much of this film is true, but I can tell you that it's pretty close. I was a bit skeptical about this film being made in 1999, but I was pleasantly surprised. There is a lot of footage that is real and not staged. I didn't know how much of the archival footage was real, and how much was real. I also thought that the documentary footage was quite good. I don't remember that much about the archival footage, but it's been many years since I saw it. I thought that the archival footage was very interesting, and it would be interesting to see a different version of it. One of the things that I thought was interesting was how the archival footage is done. It's very much like the way that other documentaries are done. This film was made by a group of volunteers, and it's not like they are professional film makers. It's just how a group of volunteers would do it. This film is the first of a trilogy. I hope that more films can be made like this, because the history of documentaries is amazing.
Wednesday, 16 Dec 2020 10:25

There are several documentaries about the Tibetans and their homeland. These are well done but some people seem to want to sensationalize the situation. I thought this film would be the same, but in fact it is a little different. The Chinese government and government-sanctioned terror of Tibet has been very well documented and there are many documented photographs of atrocities. The Tibetans are victims of this tyranny, as well as the government and state-sanctioned terror. I thought this documentary would be a little more sympathetic, and that is not the case. The Tibetans are often portrayed as a little too altruistic, but in reality they are very smart and most of them are just like the rest of the Chinese population. This documentary shows how their people are very conscious of their place in the world. There is a strong critique of the Tibetans by the Dalai Lama, who believes that their current plight is not the best for their people. There are also many documentaries about Tibetans and their own plight. One documentary is by the Dalai Lama, which I think is the best. It is the documentary "The Tibetans" and it shows how the Tibetans are in dire straits. I thought this documentary would be a little more sympathetic, but it isn't. This film is not all positive. In some scenes there is some sad footage. In a few scenes there is very strong propaganda. The one scene I thought was really strong propaganda was about the Dalai Lama and his relationship with China. I think this propaganda was just wrong. I didn't think the propaganda was just wrong, but it was just wrong. This is the first documentary I have ever seen about Tibetans. I have seen the documentary "Living in the Light" and I thought this documentary was better. This is not a good documentary, but I thought it was a very good documentary. If you are interested in the Tibetans, I recommend the documentary "The Tibetans" or the documentary "The Tibetans". I rate this documentary 8/10.
Saturday, 20 Jun 2020 02:14

I have to say I am a little bit surprised to see the scores for this movie. The Chinese history of the Qing Dynasty is just soooo different than the movie. As far as I can tell, the movie shows only one side of the story. This movie is not trying to be a "historical movie" but a "people's movie." The movie's director, director of photography, and actor all seem to have different ideas about how the Chinese empire should be portrayed. The movie is not about Chinese history, it is about a family and the love they have for each other. The movie also shows that although the Qing dynasty was extremely oppressive and repressive of human rights, the people lived in a way that was comparable to the Chinese people of today. This movie also shows that the Qing dynasty was not the best in terms of human rights and social welfare. However, the movie shows that it was a relatively wealthy, very enlightened and well organized society, as compared to the later period of the Qing dynasty, which was a chaotic and repressive society. Finally, the movie also shows that the Chinese people have been very proud of their independence and independence from the Qing dynasty. This is one of the reasons the movie is not perfect. It is very hard to show that the Qing dynasty was the worst in terms of human rights. Another reason is that there are certain scenes that are very hard to watch and understand. However, the movie is still very well made and is a very good movie for people who are interested in China history.
Friday, 19 Jun 2020 04:26

There are many powerful, well-done documentaries on the history of China. Most of them are full of self-indulgent celebrity-laden pontificating that leaves me cold. But this documentary is different. It is informative, well-produced and sober. The film takes the viewer into the heart of a difficult period in China's history and the many ways the Chinese people tried to overcome the challenges of a world without U.S. protection. The film's lead character, a young Chinese woman named Wu Xia, is a delightful, down-to-earth character, very well portrayed by an excellent young actress named Jennifer Yuh. She is very young, and yet so much more mature than the many other young girls in the film. I could see why Wu Xia became so involved with the suffragettes, and how she knew so much about the struggle for women's rights in the U.S. and China. She was very aware of the hypocrisy and hypocrisy of the leaders of both countries, and she saw the hypocrisy of many of the Chinese people. In the end, Wu Xia, who was now a teacher, decided to do something about her country's oppression of women. She started to do a project for the Chinese government that resulted in the documentary "Wu Xia's Tale" (A Tale of Two Women). The film tells the story of Wu Xia's life and her efforts to do something about the suffering of women in China. It also shows the many ways the Chinese people tried to overcome the issues of oppression. Wu Xia's story is the most compelling and powerful, and it is very heartening to see a film that shows a young woman's determination to do something about the oppression of women. The film is well-made, and the cinematography is very good. But the story is told through the eyes of a single woman, and the camera focuses on Wu Xia. The narration is clear and very informative, and it is well-paced. The film's end, although very powerful, is more disappointing than anything else. There are many other interesting documentaries on the history of China, and I would recommend seeing them, but this film is a good choice for anyone interested in the history of China. And if you are interested in the struggles of women in China, this is a good film to see. It is well-made, well-edited and well-acted.
Saturday, 02 May 2020 07:40

You don't have to be a Chinese-American to understand this movie. Chinese-Americans are now the largest ethnic group in the United States. However, they are also the fastest growing group, and most of the population are immigrants. This documentary will help to explain why. I've been to China and I am very curious about what it is like for immigrants to a country they have not seen and the difficulties they face in adapting to the culture. The Chinese movie this movie is based on, "Golden Harvest," was a documentary about an immigrant family that moved to Hong Kong from the United States and were unhappy with the way they were treated. Their sons, who had grown up in the United States, wanted to return to their home country and start a new life. Their plan was to go to university in China. However, they were never allowed to do that. It was a difficult decision for their family. One of their sons, Kevin, was the one who decided to stay in the United States and get a job. He had a good job, but it wasn't what he wanted. He wanted to work in the computer business and he wanted to live in the United States. However, he never made it. He was only able to get a visa for one year and then he had to leave. He didn't leave, he died. In this documentary, you will see the hardships and the sacrifices that immigrants face when they move to a foreign country and the challenges they face in adapting to a new culture. They are also faced with the prejudice of their countrymen. I think that this movie is very important. I think it should be shown in every high school and college. I think that is why I'm recommending it. It is an important documentary to show to students.


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