- Physical Description: 1 online resource (streaming video file) (184 minutes): digital, .flv file, sound
- Publisher: [San Francisco, California, USA] : Grasshopper Film, 2007.
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Originally produced by Grasshopper Film in 2007.
Winter in China. A town in the snow. Night is falling. Wrapped in her red coat, an elderly woman walks through a housing complex to her modest apartment. Inside, Fengming settles into her armchair and remembers.. She begins to recount the gripping and almost unbelievably heartrending story of her troubled experiences as a once-ardent member of the socialist movement - a former journalist accused of harboring right-wing tendencies, separated from her family, and sent to a re-education camp where she endured hard labor, starvation, and humiliation.. Official Selection at the Cannes Film Festival.. "Gripping. A sweeping saga. FENGMING stands alongside first-person precedents like Shirley Clarke’s 'Portrait of Jason' and Errol Morris’s 'The Fog of War' in its ability to wrest powerful effects from the deceptively simple setup of a lone raconteur." - Artforum
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