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Liang Zhao directs this documentary about Inner Mongolia's coal mines and iron works. The film focuses on how China's growing industrialism and productivity has altered the environmental and social landscape of the surrounding regions.
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Mysteriously hypnotizing; mystical.
Beautiful cinematography, haunting visuals, eerie soundtrack; though the equipment itself plays a soundtrack of it's own: horror. This is a horror symphony of it's own.
Though, not a conventional horror; horror, at our own kind; what we can do to ourselves, and our earth.
A dreamy, almost ethereal narration.
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This may well be, most definitely is one of the best films I've seen, this year.
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Not for the faint-hearted.
I implore you to watch this piece.
One of the last shots, sums it all:
'All the sacrifices, transmuted into steel'
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