Chinese, 1995/01

* Option:

In Stock

Silent Nu River 沉默的怒江
Hu Jie 胡傑

In the mountains of China's Qinghai province, there are countless small coal mines. The miners are all rural people from nearby and their bodies are covered in coal dust from the 30 dan of coal they must dig out each day to earn 500 RMB a month. The film records how they labor and the sounds of their heavy breathing and what they see working far underground, while cherishing dreams of a better life such as we live.


Write a Comment

Your Name:

Your Comment: Note: HTML is not translated!

Rating: Bad           Good

Enter the code in the box below:

PRIVACY POLICY | DISCLAIMER | Copyright © 2019. All Rights Reserved. The Chinese University Press.
Powered By OpenCart