Bitter Money (Ku Qian) (2016)
Critic Reviews for Bitter Money (Ku Qian)
We are not, as in so many a contemporary documentary, made to merely identify with the position of cameraperson, but are forced to consider and find our own ethical and political positions.
It's not clear that the director quite found what he was looking for.
It's the viewer's job to put it all together, but the view [Bitter Money] offers of modern Chinese life is fascinating as well as grim.
The latest in a series of documentaries taking up the cause of Chinese workers that incorporates the socialist outlook that the state has abandoned even as it continues to pay lip-service to Karl Marx.
There is a lot of life going on in Bitter Money, as everyone tries to get by as best they can. Recommended for admirers of Wang's intense examination of the human condition in contemporary China.
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