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Three young Tibetan children witness their grandfather's murder at the hands of the Chinese and grow up to learn the many ways the Chinese government exerts its influence on their lives. ~ Rovi
Maria Garcia, Film Journal International
Wagner seems to forget he's making a narrative film and not a documentary--there's no consistent point of view other than his own.
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