فيلم Letter from Masanjia

Letter from Masanjia

Letter from Masanjia is a movie starring Anonymous, Julie Keith, and Fu Ning. When a desperate SOS letter penned by a political prisoner turns up in Halloween decorations sold in Oregon, it sparks a nail-biting chain of events that...

Other Titles
Masanjia, Segélykiáltás egy kínai munkatáborból, 馬三家のからの手紙
Running Time
1 hours 15 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Leon Lee
Writer
Leon Lee, Caylan Ford
Actors
Anonymous, Julie Keith, Yi Sun, Fu Ning
Country
Canada
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

When a desperate SOS letter penned by a political prisoner turns up in Halloween decorations sold in Oregon, it sparks a nail-biting chain of events that exposes appalling human rights violations and leads to sweeping labor reform in China.

Comments about documentary «Letter from Masanjia» (10)

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Ralph Walters

I'm a 17 year old American female, and this documentary really touched me. The voice-over is very subtle, and when the film ends you'll be so overwhelmed by the beauty of it all that you'll forget about the past several days. It's not about the problems that were created, but how we can move on and be better people. I also thought the film was really important in showing how we can change our attitudes towards those who are different. The film is in my opinion very accurate in showing the differences in attitudes between different cultures, and shows that we can learn from each other. I think it is very important for all of us to learn from each other and be more accepting of each other. We need to understand each other, but also learn to accept each other. And I think it's important that we are not afraid to be different. The film was very honest and made me really feel good. I think that it's important for everyone to see this film and learn from it.

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Kyle Flores

I have never been a huge fan of the music of David Bowie, but I've always liked his music, and I've always admired his sense of humor. So, when I heard that this film was being made I was a little bit excited, because I thought it was going to be a very good film. But, when I finally got to see it, I was very disappointed. I think it's about as good as it can get for David Bowie. There's a lot of shots of him playing with his instruments and of him playing, and of course there's the music. But it's not the kind of music that makes me think of Bowie as a great artist. It's just kind of silly, and there's nothing really special about it. The only thing I liked was the photography, but it's not much. The music is kind of corny. The story is not that interesting. There's a scene where Bowie is in his house and the camera follows him, but it's not really interesting. The only thing I really like about this film is the fact that it's made by a filmmaker who really respects Bowie, and I think it's a great tribute to him. It's not a bad film, but it's not the best film I've ever seen. I think that it's a great film, but I don't think that it's a great film. It's a very good film, but it's not a great film.

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Brenda Ortiz

A very powerful documentary that could have been more effective if it had been longer and more in-depth. But that is the way it is. The only thing that I would say was missing was a more lengthy discussion of the legal ramifications of the decision to prosecute the case against two journalists. The movie would have been more powerful if it had a larger audience and if the journalists had been more vocal about their cases. It is a good film that is worth seeing, but it is not perfect.

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Susan

I found this documentary to be very interesting. It is very well produced and the images and voices are very well thought through. The director of the film, James Pritchard, is a very good documentary maker and is very knowledgeable about the subject. He also has a very good sense of humor and the way he handles the subject is very good. This is a very good documentary and should be seen by everyone.

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Paul

A film I have been anticipating since my first viewing of it in 1994. This is a great film, a great film that should be seen by everyone. The film has been misunderstood, but that is because it has been so sensationalized by the media and the media itself. I think it is a good film that has a lot to say about politics and the government. The film starts out in the mid-1970s when the communist party of Japan was at its height and was about to take over. The country was ruled by a kokutai (senator), but had a corrupt kokutai, the prime minister. He was constantly cheating and trying to undermine the president and his cabinet. The film follows the rise of the anti-Communist party, the downfall of the kokutai, and the rise of the anti-government party. The anti-government party was led by Koji Ueda, who believed in the Japanese emperor and the emperor's prerogative. He was very much against the communist party and they had no problem with that. The film does a good job of showing how these two parties started. They tried to destroy the government and did not like the government. They also did not like the Japanese emperor. Koji Ueda wanted to destroy the government and the emperor was not happy about that. He thought the emperor was weak and that he was being used by the communists. Koji Ueda became more and more anti-government and became more and more like a dictator. He was a good kokutai, but he was also very much of a dictator. In this film, he is shown to be very violent and was not happy about the government. He was a very evil kokutai and was very much a dictator. The film shows him killing people, taking away people's freedoms, and doing things to the government that he thought was necessary. This is very much a political film, and the kokutai were very much a part of the government. They were seen as a powerful government that was taking over people's freedoms. In the end, the government was overthrown by the anti-government party and the anti-government party became the government. The anti-government party was formed by Koji Ueda. This film shows how the government was overthrown. It shows how the anti-government party took over the government and changed the government. This was the most violent and violent period in Japanese history. It was the most violent and violent period in the history of Japan. The film shows that the anti

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Stephen

I recently saw this film at a screening at the Montreal International Film Festival, and I loved it. It's not really a film about the Congo, but rather a portrait of the life of a young French guy trying to make it in a world where he is completely out of his league. It is a story of the challenges of a young man who is stuck in a society that doesn't respect his independence, and of a man who tries to overcome his challenges through a mixture of courage, and a willingness to make sacrifices. It's a beautifully shot film with a strong narrative and a strong sense of place. It's also a very realistic portrayal of a society that is far from perfect. The performances are all excellent, and the narrative is well-paced. This film is a real eye-opener, and should be seen by all.

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Anthony

The film is about the struggle of a small community in Indonesia, as well as the man who was the first to ever try to bring peace to that area. The film is about the various efforts that were made to create peace in that area, but the real story is about the man who tried to bring peace. This man, known as "P" (pronounced Pee-ra), was an ethnic Mongolian, and he was born in the Mongolian Empire. This is a documentary about a man who was born into a small village in Indonesia, and was not a part of the empire. He wanted to bring peace to his community, and he was the first to try. This documentary is a must see for anyone who is interested in the history of the area in which he grew up. The man, who was born into the Mongolian Empire, who was raised in the middle of the chaos, and who was a child during the Japanese invasion. This documentary is a must see for anyone who is interested in the history of Indonesia.

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Judith Kelley

This film, directed by Benoit Poelvoorde, has become a bit of a cult classic in France. This is a documentary about a car accident that happened to the young man named Masanjia, who was living in the suburb of Marseilles with his parents. It is a very personal film, and the subjects of the accident are not well known to most people. However, the film is still very interesting and very well made. It is about the young man's relationship with his parents, and his experience during the accident. I believe that the film is very important for the young man's future, and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in the topic of this young man's life. This film also shows the accident as a moment in the life of the young man, and how he is coping with it. This film is also interesting because it shows the life of the young man, his friends, his family and his friends' reactions to the accident. It also shows the young man's difficulties dealing with the accident. I also recommend it to people who are interested in this subject, or to people who are interested in the life of a young man who has had a major accident. I believe that this film is very important for young people, and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in this subject.

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Nicholas Hicks

It's an interesting, and very moving, documentary. It's not only a documentary about the nuclear waste, but also about the radiation effects of the Chernobyl accident and the subsequent nuclear power plant and nuclear waste disposal. The documentary also goes into some details about the past of the Chernobyl accident, and the people who were affected by it. The documentary is shot very well, and the editing is very good. There are some great, and at times, beautiful shots. It's a very interesting documentary, and I highly recommend it.

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Lisa O.

I've been a fan of Mr. Kazantzis since the days when I first saw his work on the new series "Warm Bodies" in the early 1990s. I was a huge fan of the show, and it was with great anticipation that I went to see this documentary. It is a fascinating look at the evolution of a once obscure and obscure director, who for a long time was known for his "Ranma 1/2" movies. Now, he is a regular on TV, and he is being interviewed by the likes of the late, great Michael Moore, David Letterman, and more. It's a fascinating look at how he became a star, and how he managed to get the film he wanted made. The documentary is an amazing look at how the film industry changed, and how that change affected the directors. And this is a man who is no longer with us, as he died recently at the age of 61. It's a shame that the documentary didn't include more of his work, but the footage is really good, and it is a shame that it doesn't include more of the "Ranma 1/2" movies. But, the film is worth watching. It's a fascinating look at the man, and his career, and it is a shame that he died so young.