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刘广隶 Liu Guangli


China, France

Chinese Dialect

Antimony Capital News


评审团特别提及 | 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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