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Born in China

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...

Other Titles
Land der Einzelkinder, Polityka jednego dziecka, Ettbarnslandet, One Child Nation, One child Nation, Το Έθνος του Ενός Παιδιού
Running Time
1 hours 28 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
History, Documentary
Jialing Zhang, Nanfu Wang
Tunde Wang, Zaodi Wang, Nanfu Wang, Zhimei Wang
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

First-time mother and filmmaker Nanfu Wang uncovers the untold history of China's One-Child policy and the generations of parents and children forever shaped by this social experiment.

Comments about history «Born in China» (10)

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Ruth Greene

This documentary on the Tiananmen Square Massacre was made by the people who were there, and it is a must-see. It's a shame that the U.S. government refuses to allow this film to be released in theaters. It's the most compelling documentary I have ever seen on this tragedy.

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Juan Lane

This movie is a must see for all. As a veteran, I watched this movie with the utmost respect for the man and his family. I felt as though I was a part of the movie and how his life was affected by this country. I felt the same way about the Vietnamese. I can't understand why this movie wasn't nominated for a Oscar. As a Vietnamese American, I was proud to be in the room with my American friends. As an American, I wanted to see the government and the people to be able to do their best to help the people. The government needs to show the truth and the people need to be able to see that. It was great to see this movie and I hope that it gets an Oscar nomination. I hope that all Americans will see this movie and learn about their government and their people.

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Jesse C.

I think the best way to sum up this movie is to say that it is an artistic presentation of the tragedy of the Tiananmen Square massacre. A great movie, well made, and beautifully shot, the director of this movie does a very good job at making the viewer feel the pain and suffering of the victims. The movie has a very strong message, and the director's use of images and music really help the viewer to feel the pain of the victims. The movie is not a documentary, and the director did not want to make a movie about the events. He wanted to show the horrible things that happened to the people at the time of the massacre. The movie is about the real people that were involved in the events, and their lives were forever changed by what happened at the Square. The movie is not a good movie, and it is not a bad movie. It is a good movie that has a strong message, and it is a great movie that is very well made and has a very strong message.

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I found the movie to be very moving. I was in China for about three years in the late 90's and this documentary helped me understand the culture and history of the region. The video footage of the Chinese village people is so beautiful that I found myself watching it more than once. I also found the interviews with the people in the village to be very interesting and made me want to visit the village myself. I am very happy that this movie was made and hope that more documentaries like this will be made in the future.

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Margaret R.

This documentary was a great experience. I had no idea about the persecution of Christians in China until I watched this documentary. This documentary brings the subject to life. It's fascinating to see how Christians in China are treated, but it also shows the Chinese government's hypocrisy in not allowing freedom of speech and religion. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who loves to learn about the persecution of Christians in China. This documentary is a must-see.

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I first became aware of the movie, "Who Killed The Liberty Bell?" in the 1980s. It was a small, independent film that I had never heard of. I was intrigued by the subject matter and, since I was a fan of the legendary radio broadcaster, I decided to rent it. The film was amazing. The story was fascinating, the photography amazing, and the editing superb. I had never heard of the film until the 1980s, but it was a wonderful addition to my collection. The story is told through the memory of a man named Zhang, who, in 1947, became the sole survivor of a clash between two groups of Chinese communists and one group of Americans. He has since lived through a war and become an American citizen. His story is told by a reporter, "Jenny," who follows Zhang from his birth until his death in 1989. The film is beautifully shot, and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to learn about the history of the radio stations, the radio transmissions, and the historical significance of the Bell Building.

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Judy J.

One of the greatest documentaries of all time, The People of China is a story of two generations of Chinese people who have been forced to flee their homeland due to the rise of the Communists. The documentary follows the two generations of the two families and their struggle to survive. It is fascinating to see how they overcome the hardships of living in a foreign land, how they deal with their situation, and how they grow as people. It is not only a story of the forced migration of Chinese people, but of the changing history of China itself. For this reason, The People of China is an outstanding film and one of the greatest documentaries ever made. Although it is a very sad and moving story, the documentary does not just deal with the struggle of the two families, but also with the whole Chinese nation and the change in its past. The documentary deals with the recent political change in China and the ethnic and religious conflict in China itself. It does not only show how the Chinese people are fighting the Communist Party, but also how the Chinese people are fighting for their own independence. The documentary is a very moving and emotional experience, and the documentary is very well made. It is a very sad and touching story, but it is not just a story of forced migration. The documentary is about the whole Chinese nation and the history of China itself. I do not think anyone could watch this documentary and not feel something.

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This is a great film. It is also a story of how the church is being persecuted by people who do not believe in God and this persecution of the church. It is about how one man stood up to protect his beliefs and he is now hated by those who do not believe in God. It is about how the church is being persecuted in China. This film is very well made and the music is also very well done. It is a very uplifting film and it is very well made. I give this film a 9/10.

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Joe B.

I've watched this film more times than I can count and still love it. It's a beautiful documentary about the journey of a migrant who went to America. It is based on the book by David J. Peterson. The story of the journey is told through interviews with those who were there and those who were there after them. The narration is so natural and so in tune with the story that you can't help but feel you are in the film. You feel the emotions the people felt, but you also feel like you're in the film. This film is not just about the journey, but about the human spirit. The documentary is filled with fascinating stories about the people, places and places that were impacted by the migrant workers. These stories are so compelling, you can't help but be moved by them. The film has a strong narrative voice that gives you a sense of the history and the culture. The film is filled with beautiful imagery and has an amazing soundtrack. I highly recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the human spirit and the impact of migration. 8/10

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Alice A.

I would have loved to have seen this documentary before I watched "The White Helmets" movie. However, I think this is a good film. It's well-done and informative. It is not sensationalistic and contains information that is not widely known. I would recommend this film to anyone who has been involved in a conflict or knows someone who has been involved. It's a good film.