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The residents of the historic Chinese city of Fengjie clash with officials forcing them to evacuate their homes to make way for the world's largest dam.

Added 04/02/2018

dGenerate Films 2012 147.0 minutes 10-12, College, Adult

12 Days

Legendary filmmaker-photographer Raymond Depardon chronicles the patients of a psychiatric ward where justice and madness meet.

Added 03/02/2018

Icarus Films 2018 87.0 minutes

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