Young & Restless in China (2008)
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Critic Reviews for Young & Restless in China
[Director Sue] Williams should have used subtitles, rather than Western voices, to translate the words of her talking heads. Still, her film is a timely look at the massive changes overtaking China.
Almost everything experienced by the nine, who appear to be in their 20s and 30s, is garden-variety living and learning.
Young & Restless In China is the first of a planned five-part series that will follow nine diverse Chinese citizens over the course of 20 years.
At its best, Young & Restless in China plays like a prosaic complement to the films of Jia Zhangke.
Williams's multi-thread portrait is fascinating only as a scattershot, time-capsule sampling of those whose lives were defined by the Tiananmen Square protests.
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