Apuda
A Father and Son Living in a Remote Chinese Village

Apuda - A Father and Son Living in a Remote Chinese Village
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benedict

This documentary film is very depressing and extremely disturbing.The film describes the horrible living conditions: poverty, filth, pestilence that this father and sun must endure and their endless and hopeless existence. This film was very difficult and haunting to watch

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