Film - Feature | February 2 | 3 p.m. | Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
China ended its one-child policy in 2015, but the ramifications of the decades-long law are still reverberating throughout the country in traumatic and haunting ways. Inspired by the birth of her own son, codirector Nanfu Wang returns to her village, where questions posed to family members about the policy lead to grim revelations about forced sterilization, property destruction, child abandonment, and human trafficking. Chilling and complex, One Child Nation is a stirring look at a nation that seeks to control the bodies of its women, while seeing them as second-class to men (Nick Allen, RogerEbert.com). Winner of the Sundance Film Festivals Grand Jury Prize, US Documentary.
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