Dreaming Against the World
A Portrait of Chinese Artist Mu Xin

Dreaming Against the World - A Portrait of Chinese Artist Mu Xin
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I honestly think Muxin deserves a much much better documentary. That the two fellas who call themselves directors accomplished something so rarely amateruish is remarkably astonishing.

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