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While today's China offers it's Youth a promising future, it also brings its share of deceptions.
"A heartfelt and dignified film"
"It was such a sensitive insight into that critical transitional stage into young adulthood in China - what challenges those young people face! And the competition is so ferocious! It’s a difficult transitional stage in any culture, but the barriers seem more extreme in China, especially given the emphasis placed on a very narrow definition of success and the film highlighted all that brilliantly."
The problem facing the three young people is actually the same problem facing various groups of Chinese people. Not only should the three find their own way out, but a channel should be found for various groups on the social ladder in China, which are isolated and without any intersection in between, to communicate with each other. This is the exact purpose of the Film A Way Out.
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