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Ta'ang is a chinois film of genre Documentary directed by Wang Bing (王兵) released in USA on 5 may 2017

Ta'ang (2016)

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Released in USA 5 may 2017
Length 2h28
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Rating69% 3.493273.493273.493273.493273.49327

Ta'ang est un film documentaire chinois réalisé par Wang Bing, sorti en 2016.

Il est présenté en section Forum à la Berlinale 2016.


Le documentaire est consacré à l'ethnie des Ta'ang qui vit entre la Birmanie et la Chine.

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