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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
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Chinese Portrait» (23)

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Benjamin Warren

I had the pleasure of seeing this documentary at the Montreal International Film Festival, and I was very impressed. I have been following the stories of the Haitians who have made their way to the U.S. for a better life, and I have learned a lot about the history and culture of Haiti. I am also interested in the humanitarian aid efforts that are taking place in Haiti, and I am hopeful that there will be more films to come from this film festival. The film is divided into three sections. The first part is about the immigrants and their hopes for a better life in the U.S., and the second part is about the Haitians themselves and their hopes for a better life in the U.S. The third part is about the challenges that the Haitians face as they attempt to adapt to American life. I really enjoyed this film, and I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in the subject matter.

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Ryan M.

This documentary is a powerful and thought provoking look at the power of human emotions and the human mind. This film examines the issues of modern times and how these affect our everyday lives. It also explores the nature of the human mind and how it can be manipulated to create positive change. This film is a must see for anyone interested in exploring the nature of the human mind and how it can be manipulated to create positive change.

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Raymond Perez

I don't think anyone will be surprised by this movie. It's basically the same story as the TV series, but it's a lot more interesting. I've read a few reviews where people are saying that they don't understand the story or the time line or that it's all wrong. Well, let me tell you this: I don't understand the story. I don't understand the time line. I'm not sure what the point of the movie was. But, I think it's a good movie. It's got some good points and some bad points. And I don't think it's a waste of time.

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Kevin Wheeler

I was introduced to this film through the director's website and the first time I saw it I thought it was interesting and thought it would be a good idea to watch it. The film does have some really great moments but at the same time I found it to be quite depressing. It is a shame that this film could not be more of a reality check for the entire world. People should stop throwing up their hands and just accept that their fate is set and they will be forced to live a life of suffering. People need to think about how they can use their talents to help make the world a better place, not only in their own lives but also for others. As I said, the film is good but it could have been much better.

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Linda Wells

A wonderful documentary that exposes the reality of life in a country that is still recovering from the economic and political collapse of the late nineties. It's not that the people are perfect, but there is a lot of hope. The film is very well shot, and the way the director points out the problems that are affecting the people is quite moving. The people in the film are very real and are very interesting to watch. The documentary is extremely well produced, and I was very impressed by the way it was done. It's an extremely important film, and I hope it will be seen by as many people as possible.

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Mark Ferguson

The director of this film, Paul Thomas Anderson, is known for his movie work. In fact, he has made many film-making efforts, both in the US and in Hollywood, as well as in other countries. While he did not win an Oscar for this film, he is known for his work in other films. He is known for the film 'The Winter Guest', a film that deals with a very serious issue, the Vietnam War. He also made 'The Master', which deals with the life of an autistic, a man with a lot of problems. The movie, 'The Master' is a great work, which deals with a subject that has been dealt with many times before, but not with this kind of depth. Anderson did not shy away from his subjects, and even went as far as to show us his own experiences of being an autistic. However, Anderson did not use any special effects in this film, and instead, showed us some of his own ideas, which he had developed about his own life. The main reason that I enjoyed this film so much is because of the way that it was shot. Anderson chose a quiet, dark style of cinematography that he uses, and used it to great effect. He also used it very effectively to show us what his own thoughts and feelings are, which is something that I find very important. It is also nice to see that Anderson used some of his own images in this film. It was also nice to see that he included some of the actors in the film, such as Joaquin Phoenix, Paul Giamatti, Paul Dano, and Martin Landau. I also liked the fact that he used a lot of real locations in the film, such as the New Orleans city hall, the Louisiana state capitol, and the New Orleans cemetery. Overall, 'The Master' is a great film. It was shot well, and is a great film that is worth seeing. Anderson's works are very well done, and I would recommend this film to anyone who has ever had a similar life as Anderson's character in this film. This is a great film that is worth seeing, because it is one of the best movies that I have seen in a long time. 7/10

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Joseph Jones

I watched the movie on a whim, and it was so good. The movie showed the documentary style that is so important in making a movie. The photography was stunning and the actors were absolutely perfect. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone who likes documentary style movies. It's definitely one of the best documentaries I've seen in a long time.

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Benjamin H.

After a brilliant show at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival, filmmakers Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu and Lucas Hedges return to their homeland in the country of their birth, Mexico. This time around, Inarritu's wife has been diagnosed with cancer and he is desperately trying to find a cure, not unlike the man he had to battle to save the life of in "Birdman" last year. The man is a cancer doctor and we are given insight into his difficulties. Inarritu has been awarded the Oscar for Best Director and Hedges has been nominated for Best Actor in a Leading Role. They are both the first to be nominated in the category. It's not a great film but it's very well made and worth watching. I thought it was a little bit too long at around 1 hour and 38 minutes but I still thoroughly enjoyed it.

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Martha Alexander

The movie is a perfect example of how to make a documentary. It was very interesting, and kept my attention throughout. The film was filmed in the period that was in the 1960s and the 1970s. The story is a combination of those times and the present day. The film was made in such a way that it makes it easy to understand the history of the time. The editing is also great. The movie is about the life of two boys who were in the 1960s and in the 1970s. I think that this movie should be seen by everyone. I think that people should see it because it is a must see.

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Kyle W.

This film is a must see for anyone who cares about our planet and what we're doing to it. I think the biggest message in this film is that we must stop using fossil fuels and start living off of clean, renewable energy sources. The message is simple, just start. We are doing something very wrong, we're destroying the planet and the people who live on it. What I'm trying to say is that we have a responsibility to make the world a better place. If you don't care about the environment and you're just doing it for the money then it's not really worth doing. I recommend this film to everyone who cares about our planet and what we're doing to it.

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Alan Weaver

This is a truly remarkable film. It shows how a really talented artist can be exploited and devalued by his or her employers, and how a master like David is now left to his own devices. The film also makes the case for paying tribute to David in the way he used to. The film itself is not the most brilliant thing I've ever seen. There are a lot of times when the editing is sloppy, the direction is awkward, and the performances are wooden. But that doesn't detract from the quality of the film. This is a film that will stay with you, and it should be seen by everyone.

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Kenneth Vargas

The documentary "The Last Days of Bobby D" focuses on the last days of Bobby D's life, from the final concert at the Concert for Peace at The Battle of the Bands in Rio De Janeiro in the late 1960s to his passing on to his daughter, Fionnuala, in January 2007. The documentary provides an in-depth look at Bobby's life, including a discussion with his friends and family about his music, his life and his death. The documentary also includes interviews with many people who were close to Bobby D, including his daughter, Fionnuala, and the brother of one of his guitar players, who was also his best friend. The documentary does a great job of explaining how Bobby D changed the world of music and the music industry, but does not tell us why or how he did it. It is simply explained that he had a very unique personality, and his talent was so great that he changed the music industry forever. However, it is not clear why he did this. The documentary is very informative, but it does not provide us with any clear explanations as to why he did this. It just is an overview of the man and his life. It is a great documentary, but it does not really answer any questions about Bobby D's life.

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Joseph Mason

There is no question that there is a lot of censorship going on in the movies today. If you have a taste for the arts, you may find this documentary quite intriguing. It is a brilliant documentary, showing a multitude of films in the same topic, but with the same color scheme and editing. It was interesting to see a documentary like this, but also watch the films, because the editing and cinematography is very detailed. The films in this documentary are all from the past 10 years, and it is fascinating to see how each film has been made. One film that I enjoyed was "The Weather Man", because it is a film that is about the movies of the past, and how they are being made. There are a lot of movies that are being made today that I have not even heard of, but are being made by the same people that are making "The Weather Man". I found the editing of the documentary to be very interesting, because it gives you a lot of information on each film. It is great to watch the film and know that there are people behind it making it. It is also interesting to watch the films, because you see the color scheme of the films. If you like art, you may like this documentary, but it is also a great documentary for people who are into the arts. I recommend this documentary to people who enjoy the arts.

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Brandon Lee

This film is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It tells the story of the famous French painter Claude Monet and how he was imprisoned by the Nazis. This was in the 60s, and Monet had spent most of his life in Paris. He was convicted of being a Nazi collaborator and sentenced to death. In prison, he painted some of the most beautiful and imaginative landscapes that I have ever seen. He was also very prolific, and his works were passed on to many artists. The film also tells the story of his wife, Monet's daughter, who was also imprisoned, and the other family members. This film is extremely important because it shows how Monet's art was passed to many artists, who in turn passed on their art to many people, who in turn passed on their art to many people. This film also tells the story of the artists who are still alive, who created some of the most beautiful and fantastic landscapes. The film is very entertaining, and it is a must-see for anyone who is interested in the history of art.

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Kathy

I am really interested in the growth of the film industry in Singapore. But, that is where this film falls flat. The director should have gotten more creative with the story and more creative with the dialogue. It was all very typical and shallow. The scenes where the director shows a guy riding a motorbike and showing us a conversation between him and a guy he just met was completely pointless. Also, the scenes where he shows us the contents of a cassette was just. OK. It's one of those films where you can't take it seriously. I could not take it seriously at all. That's why I didn't like the film and I didn't like it a lot. I am really excited about the film. I like the director and I like the director's friends. But I was not too impressed with this film. I think the film should have been better. The director should have taken more creative and creative scenes.

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Samantha W.

A good story about a young man who gets off on the wrong side of the law. Good story, good camera work and direction. Good acting from all involved.

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Joan P.

I have been a fan of Mike's work since the early days of DVD. I have enjoyed his "Birds of Paradise" and "Wolves of Wall Street" series, and was looking forward to his latest venture. Mike had a few problems, however, that ultimately made his vision for the project impossible to execute. Mike made a good effort to give the project a visual feel, and I have to admit, the images of the animals were impressive. However, when the cameras moved from the animals to the human beings, it was hard to really identify with the characters. There were too many "mouse" moments, and the main characters' motives seemed too superficial. The main characters were not interesting, and the story was too thin to have an engaging emotional impact. The filmmakers were trying to make a "Walking with Dinosaurs" of sorts, but they failed. This is a great documentary about the animal industry, but unfortunately it was not as engaging as it could have been.

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Kelly

While I was only watching the documentary, I had a really good feeling about the film. It had a good feel about it. I'm not a big fan of US or Japanese films and I thought that the film did a great job with that. I was also curious about the history behind the film. I was a little disappointed that the interview with Kuroda was not that well done. There was no narration, which I felt was missing. However, the documentary was pretty interesting and it kept me interested the whole time. I was very impressed with the way the documentary ended. I definitely recommend this film.

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Christine

I am an international film student, and I have seen this movie on a screen in my college. I can't remember the title, but the film seemed very much like "Dharma and Goloka" which I have watched in university. I was surprised to see the depiction of a girl's marriage with a Muslim man, which is very common in Indian cinema. I did not know that it was a Pakistani movie. The director is called Syed A. Khan, but the English title is "Dharma and Goloka". The film is about an Islamic girl who marries a Hindu man. There are many Pakistani and Indian actors in this film. The main actor is Mohsin Hamid, who plays a Muslim who is not Muslim. The director Syed A. Khan has made many films in Pakistan and India, but this is the first film to deal with the religion of Islam. The film is about a girl who is married to a Muslim man, and the Muslim and Hindu girl's friends. This is not an accurate portrayal of Islam. This is a very typical Pakistani movie. I think Syed A. Khan has done this film for the attention of Pakistani people, and he has made a film that is very popular in Pakistan. I do not think it is necessary to give a very detailed description of the film. I just want to say that I was very impressed with the film. I am glad that I have seen this film, and I am glad that Syed A. Khan is making more films in the future.

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Frank

The film, which was broadcast in the UK in 2004, reveals the struggle of an extremely small village to resist the encroachment of new industrial developments. The village in question is the ancestral home of the village headman and his family. The film shows how the headman has been subjected to abuse by the town's police force and local politicians. The film also reveals the complicity of the police force and local politicians in the abuse. It also shows the attempt of the headman's son and his followers to reclaim the land and the headman's son's struggle to get the village to cease its resistance to industrialisation. This is a powerful documentary that exposes the shameful oppression and the struggle of an extremely small village. It is very telling that the film was not broadcast in the UK as it was banned by the British government.

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Johnny

The film is not a documentary but a documentary on an extremely rare bird of the Galapagos Islands, the Red-bellied Macaw, sometimes called the "American Garment Bird." It is a serious subject, and the film is not a comedy. There is humor, and there is drama. The film has several serious moments, including a scene of a man and a woman crying over a dead baby bird and a scene of an animal and a human together. There is also a scene where a man talks about the problems he has with his boss, who does not understand the concept of money. I think the film is very well done. It is a fascinating documentary about the Red-bellied Macaw, and a fascinating documentary about the Galapagos Islands.

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Frances

This documentary is a great introduction to all things Burma. I don't know if it's the best choice for beginners, but it definitely gets the job done. The story of the film is that of a reporter and his family who has just moved to Burma, and the fact that they have a very personal connection to the country is what makes it so great. It's a good film that will give you an insight into what life is like for people who have never been to Burma. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the region.

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Phillip Valdez

The American film-maker Harvey Weinstein was a good friend of Benigni's. Weinstein also made a film on a day of the week when the sun rises, The Hot Heat, which was a great success in France. This is one of the best films Weinstein ever made and a very important one. Benigni is brilliant and this film shows what a good actor he is. The story is great and it's very moving. The documentary is the most important part of the film, it's full of interesting things and gives the film an extra dimension.