All under heaven: life in a chinese village

United States, 1985

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Episode number 1 of Series “Long Bow Trilogy”.
An intimate look at daily life in Long Bow, a village 600 kilometres south-west of Beijing in Northern China. Ancient traditions persist - we see an elaborate funeral, a country fair, a local animal market and an open air opera. Documents the changes that have come to Long Bow with the shift from collective to individual farming.

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co-director

Carma Hinton

Richard Gordon

co-producer

Carma Hinton

Don Sape

Kathy Kline

Richard Gordon

production company

Long Bow Productions

Duration

00:58:00:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1985

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Long Bow Trilogy

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Long Bow Trilogy

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