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Chun Qu Dong Lai
The Fading Village
© Shanghai Haojin Film Center
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AUTEUR(S)-RÉALISATEUR(S)

Liu Feifang

AUTEUR(S)

Miao Ruwen

IMAGE

Liu Feifang, Cheng Chia-ming

SON

Lifan, Leqi

MONTAGE

Guo Hengqi

MUSIQUE ORIGINALE

Roc Chen, Yutong

PRODUCTION / DIFFUSION

Shanghai Haojin Film Center, Shanghai Yingrun Culture Media Co., Ltd

ORGANISME(S) DÉTENTEUR(S) ou DÉPOSITAIRE(S)

Shanghai Haojin Film Center

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In a small village in north Shanxi Province, China, Hou Junli, who relies on raising sheep for a living, is the only young man in the village. He, faced with the lonely life in the village and the temptations from the outside world, is struggling to make a choice.

Unlike the other young people, Hou Junli has not left for the city but has remained with his family in their forlorn mountain village. Just as elsewhere in the country, members of the younger generation living in the northern Chinese province of Shanxi must leave their homes because traditional work can no longer provide them a sustainable wage. The dilapidated houses continue to resist the snow and rain, but how long can the village survive if all family ties have been severed? This long-term observational documentary presents an engaging and comprehensive look at one year in the life of humble people who love their birthplace despite its harsh realities.
(Sandra Hezinová)

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