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"Up the Yangtze" at Galaxy Cinema

  • Aug 5, 2010 · 7:15 PM
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The Galaxy Cinema in Cary is showing their first annual Chinese Film Series with four outstanding films. See some of the best cinema of the East right here in North Carolina. Galaxy Cinema
770 Cary Towne Boulevard
Cary, NC 27511

Passes are available for $15 ($14 members and students with valid ID)

Up The Yangtze (2007) - August 5, 2010; 7:30 p.m.
- The feature film debut of Canadian director Yung Chang, this documentary follows several rural workers in the province of Hubei and how they are affected by the building of the Three Gorges Dam. It's a thought-provoking and moving look at a rapidly-changing nation struggling to transition into a consumer capitalist economy. Winner of the Emerging Artist award at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival. Canada. 2007.
Sponsored by The Confucius Institute at North Carolina State University and Galaxy Cinema.

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  • Thomas - The Danish D.

    The movie was presented by a speaker, and the theater had Chinese snacks for the occation. The movie was realistic and fun, and also tragic.

    August 6, 2010

5 went

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