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, 9h11Directed by Wang Bing (王兵)Origin ChineGenres DocumentaryThemes Films about the labor movement
, Documentaire sur le monde du travailRating
86% The first portion, "Rust," follows a group of factory workers in three state-run factories: a smelting plant, an electric cable factory and a sheet metal factory. Workers of all three are hindered by sub-standard equipment, hazardous waste, and a lack of safety precautions. Perhaps even worse, the declining need for heavy industry results in a constant shortage of raw materials, leaving the workers idle and concerned for their future.
, 3h4Directed by Wang Bing (王兵)Origin Hong kongGenres DocumentaryThemes Documentary films about historical events
, Documentaire sur une personnalitéRating
75% Caught up the fervor of the Chinese Revolution, He abandoned her plans to study at university and took a job at the Gansu Daily newspaper. Her husband, fellow journalist Wang Jingchao, wrote several critical essays at the height of the Hundred Flowers Campaign. With the launch of the subsequent Anti-Rightist Movement, Wang was attacked for these statements, and He was condemned by association. The two were sent to separate labor camps, where Wang eventually died. He Fengming was released, briefly imprisoned again during the Cultural Revolution, and finally rehabilitated. In the early 1990s she published a memoir, My Life in 1957.
, 1h56Directed by Gregory NavaOrigin USAGenres Drama
, Musical theatre
, RomanceThemes Films about music and musicians
, Musical filmsActors Halle Berry
, Vivica A. Fox
, Lela Rochon
, Larenz Tate
, Paul Mazursky
, Pamela ReedRating
62% Lymon was thirteen years old when the teenage group Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers erupted from radios and jukeboxes with their 1956 hit "Why Do Fools Fall in Love?" and appeared in the movie Rock, Rock, Rock (1956).