China's political, institutional, economic, medical and bureaucratic deficiencies are the leitmotiv of Wang Bing's films. In Ta’ang, the director zeroes in on Burmese refugees who are struggling to start a new life in that flawed country.
Ta’ang, directed by Wang Bing. Hong Kong/France/China. 147’. DCP. Original soundtrack with Spanish subtitles, ages 13+
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