فيلم Chinese Portrait

Chinese Portrait

Factory and construction workers, farmers, commuters, miners, students. The director captures the state of his nation, by static filming one or more people in more or less motionless poses. No narrative, just portraits.

Other Titles
Retrato Chinês
Running Time
1 hours 19 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Xiaoshuai Wang
Country
China
Year
2018
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Chinese Portrait» (13)

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Laura King

I found this film to be very well-made. It is a very interesting look at how people in India have to deal with the difficulties of living in an area with a high unemployment rate. It also shows how some of the problems can be addressed by the government and by the companies that operate in the area. The director also shows the real problems facing people living in the area. The documentary is very informative and it's well-produced. I think that the director did an excellent job of presenting the problems and showing how they affect people living in the area. The director has also done an excellent job of showing the difficulties of living in a poor area. The documentary also shows the problems facing people in the area, such as the high unemployment rate and the lack of housing. I found the director's film to be very well-made and I think it's very informative.

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Zachary Hicks

This documentary is a must see for any Australian who has seen the horrors of the nation's history. The documentary is in the style of an old family history book, and the stories are told in a series of interviews. These are told in an authentic style, and all the stories are told in the same way. The stories are not really told in chronological order, so it is easy to get lost in the shuffle. The documentary does not tell you who the people are, but you get the impression that they are a diverse bunch. The interviews are both fascinating and informative, and the best thing about the documentary is that you do not need to be a historian to understand the history of Australia.

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Harry

This documentary is about the global movement of nude and transvestite models in the early 80's. It is a great story of a movement that began in the 80's and continues today. The film has interviews with the people involved, the people who started the movement, and people who knew and worked with them. There is also some footage from the 90's that was cut from the film. This is an interesting documentary that will make you think.

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Patrick B.

The story of two former UN Peacekeepers in Sierra Leone. They tell their personal stories of how they were forced to leave their post, the experiences they had while they were there, and how they got through it. The pictures and stories of the two men are both beautiful and very moving. I felt as if I was watching two men who were given a second chance and how they overcame the obstacles. I really hope this movie gets the attention it deserves. It was very well done, and it's worth seeing.

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Elizabeth

This is a film that does not need to be told. I saw it with my wife and we both agreed it was so beautiful. I was not disappointed. I saw it in our local cinema. We have the DVD and we watched it together. I had not heard of this film until I came across it by chance on the internet and decided to watch it. I was moved by the film, the beauty of the landscapes, the people, the music and the stories. I can not wait to see it again. I have always liked documentaries and this film is no exception. I hope there is a DVD release. I also hope that the people that made this film get the recognition they deserve. I would like to see the film on the big screen and I hope that more people get the chance to see it. I would be delighted to see it in the UK and in my country in particular.

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Sara Brewer

I was shocked and upset by the fact that this documentary was not shown at the premiere of "American Beauty". It was absolutely an injustice. The movie itself is not bad, but the way it is presented is. It is a documentary about the lives of a couple, but it is the way it is presented that is so disappointing. It is like it is made for the movie-goer and not the viewer. It is so "opaque" and "obscure" that it does not present anything that the viewer could not have seen in the trailer. This is because it is a documentary that is supposed to be an overview of the lives of two people, not a complete and accurate story. There is a scene where the camera is pointed at one of the characters in a dark room, and it is so dark that it is difficult to see what is going on. The scenes are not there because they are important, they are there because they are in the trailer. And that is so disconcerting that I was very disappointed when I saw this movie. It was such a waste of time to watch this movie.

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Alexander K.

This is a great movie. It shows the lives of a couple of actors in LA, and how they are struggling to make a living. It shows how they are dealing with the stress of being a married couple, and how they are dealing with their jobs. I loved it. This is a must see for everyone.

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Jason F.

I recently watched this documentary for the first time, and I am glad I did. I loved it. The first half of the documentary is about the aftermath of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide, and how the media is covering it, with some of the best footage I've ever seen. The second half of the documentary is about the people involved, the people who lived through the genocide, and the people who survived. The documentary is well-made and well-edited, and I think that people who have not seen it will enjoy it. It is not a documentary that is going to change your life, but it is well-made and well-acted, and it does make you think about the genocide. This is not a documentary that is going to change your life, but it is well-made and well-acted, and it does make you think about the genocide.

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Russell G.

I have always been fascinated by the interaction between the human and the animal world. As a child I watched a documentary about the most endangered species of the world: the big cats of the Serengeti, a group of 4,000 individuals, living in a large and isolated forest. I was captivated by the cinematography, the slow motion, the slow motion of the animals, and the slow motion of the human. It's almost as if they were speaking to each other, which is what I felt the first time I saw this film. I then watched the film again, and I realized that the animals had a similar language. The second time I watched it, I was amazed by the way the director used the film to communicate a very important message about the relationship between humans and animals. I am glad to see that this film has been nominated for several Academy Awards, including Best Documentary Feature and Best Film, and that it won the Audience Award at the Cannes Film Festival. The Academy should recognize this film for its outstanding technical achievements, and the fact that it has won so many awards, including the Audience Award at the Cannes Film Festival, which is very rare.

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Joyce Moore

This is an incredible film. The fact that it is a documentary is important, but it is not the only reason for seeing this film. The film also has an interesting structure and the fact that it has a number of interviews with a number of famous people is very important. The film is very well done and is a great addition to any collection of documentaries. The film does not have a great deal of content, but it is an interesting look at the life of a number of people who were famous. The film is extremely well done and is worth seeing.

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Jordan E.

I've watched this film many times and still can't get enough of it. It's a story about the nature of human emotions and the relationships that we have with our fellow humans. It's also a story about a father and his son, and how the son and the father have to overcome some of the obstacles that come with their relationship. I would recommend this film to anyone who is looking for a film that has an underlying message and is not about the celebrity of the person being interviewed. I'd also recommend this film to anyone who is interested in art or documentary films. It's a story about what happens when a father and his son come to terms with the responsibilities of being a father and a son. It's also a story about the human spirit and what it takes to be human.

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Susan

This is a wonderful documentary that has an immense amount of information and insight that is hard to find in most other documentaries. It is truly one of the best documentaries that I have ever seen. The film is told in such a way that makes it seem like it is a true story. The film is a portrait of the life of the artist as well as the people that he met during his journey through the art world. The film is told from the artist's point of view. The viewer learns about his life from the artist's point of view and learns a lot about art as well. The film has a very interesting style and the cinematography is excellent. The film is narrated by the artist himself. The film is a great documentary and I recommend it to everyone.

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Theresa S.

I watched this documentary last night and was completely engrossed. The film is not only a visual tour-de-force, but it's also a powerful statement about the impact of violence on the lives of the most vulnerable, and the impact of the film on the lives of the most powerful. The director, Michael Moore, is one of the most prolific filmmakers of our time, and his documentary on the "success" of "the war on drugs" is a must-see. It is a stark portrait of the lives of the poor and disenfranchised, and a critical look at the policies that have resulted in a war on drugs. This film is not a documentary, but it is a powerful and important film.