My Life in China
Season 4 Episode 16 | 1h 5m 40s | WETA Passport
An unvarnished portrait of the life and memories of a stoic and reticent man committed to his family, MY LIFE IN CHINA retraces the perilous steps filmmaker Kenneth Eng's father chanced in search of a better life. Exploring the themes of home, exile and belonging, the film is a story about promise, purpose and living life without regrets.
Aired: 05/24/16 | Expires: 07/20/24 |
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