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One Child Nation

MA15+ Documentary

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Synopsis

Sunday, August 4 at 4PM

Director Nanfu Wang is a member of the One Child Generation in China. After becoming a mother herself, she uncovers the untold history of China's one-child policy and the generations of parents and children forever shaped by this social experiment.  

Traumatic recollections from her own family’s recent past unleash a dizzying number of revelations from journalists, officials, parents, and activists. This brilliant combination of cultural reporting and interpersonal reckoning manages to encapsulate decades of underreported events making them accessible even to viewers with no prior understanding of the policy's history.

Densely informative yet always grounded in deep personal investment and clear-eyed compassion - Hollywood Reporter

 
Director: Nanfu Wang / Jialing Zhang

Countries: China, USA

Language: English and Mandarin Chinese with English subtitles

Year: 2019

Running Time 1hr 25m
Rating MA15+ | Mature Audiences

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