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Last train home [DVD videorecording] Zeitgeist Films and Eyesteelfilm present a film by Lixin Fan ; produced by Mila Aung-Thwin and Daniel Cross.

Contributor(s): Fan, Lixin | Aung-Thwin, Mila | Cross, Daniel | Zhan, Changhua | Zhang, Qin | Chen, Suqin | Zeitgeist Films | Eyesteelfilm (Firm).
Material type: FilmFilmPublisher: [New York] : Zeitgeist Films, 2011Description: 1 videodisc (85 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Subject(s): Migrant labor -- China | Families -- ChinaGenre/Form: Documentary films. | Nonfiction films.DDC classification: 331.12/7951 LOC classification: HD5856.C6 | L37 2011
Production Credits: Editors, Lixin Fan, Mary Stephen ; director of photography, Lixin Fann ; music, Olivier Alary.
Changhua Zhan, Qin Zhang, Suqin Chen.Summary: Every spring, China's cities are plunged into chaos as an astonishing 130 million migrant workers journey to their home villages for the New Year's holiday. This mass exodus is the largest human migration on the planet, an epic spectacle that reveals a country tragically caught between its rural past and industrial future. Working over several years in classic verite, Chinese-Canadian filmmaker Lixin Fan travels with one couple who have embarked on this annual trek for almost two decades.
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Chinese language materials IMC CHI 331.12 LAS (Browse shelf) 1 Available 31562012926418
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DVD; widescreen; stereo.

Mandarin and Sichuan dialect dialogue; English subtitles.

Changhua Zhan, Qin Zhang, Suqin Chen.

Editors, Lixin Fan, Mary Stephen ; director of photography, Lixin Fann ; music, Olivier Alary.

Originally produced in 2009.

Release date: Feb. 22, 2011.

Not rated.

Every spring, China's cities are plunged into chaos as an astonishing 130 million migrant workers journey to their home villages for the New Year's holiday. This mass exodus is the largest human migration on the planet, an epic spectacle that reveals a country tragically caught between its rural past and industrial future. Working over several years in classic verite, Chinese-Canadian filmmaker Lixin Fan travels with one couple who have embarked on this annual trek for almost two decades.

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