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刘广隶 Liu Guangli


China, France

Chinese Dialect

Antimony Capital News


Jury Special Mention
Asian Premiere 亚洲首映

Lengshuijiang, in the southwest of China, was once home to the world’s biggest deposit of antimony, a metal that had been mined for more than 100 years. In 2009, the Chinese government listed the city as one of a number of locations where the natural resources have now run dry. By documenting the filming of a local state-TV show, this film becomes a silent witness to troubling scenes. The images, in a distorted arrangement of time and space, attempt to demonstrate an abject past, capable only of engendering an equally unhappy future.




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刘广隶 Liu Guangli

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