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The running time and the film's static nature will put off some viewers, but the compelling story at its heart has drama to spare.
With virtually a single-camera set-up and absolute attention paid to a woman who survived the horrors of Mao's China, Wang Bing continues his run as one of the world's supreme doc filmmakers.
... Wang Bing's second film, Fengming: A Chinese Memoir, proceeds to unfold as a cinematic oral history that tells of the full horrors of the worst of Maoist China.
Speaking to the camera, you watch this frail woman command authority and, at times, fear. Before your eyes, she's wrestling with demons.
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