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Letter from Masanjia

Letter from Masanjia is a movie starring Anonymous, Julie Keith, and Fu Ning. When a desperate SOS letter penned by a political prisoner turns up in Halloween decorations sold in Oregon, it sparks a nail-biting chain of events that...

Other Titles
馬三家のからの手紙, Segélykiáltás egy kínai munkatáborból, Masanjia
Running Time
1 hours 15 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Leon Lee
Writer
Leon Lee, Caylan Ford
Actors
Fu Ning, Julie Keith, Anonymous, Yi Sun
Country
Canada
Year
2018
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

When a desperate SOS letter penned by a political prisoner turns up in Halloween decorations sold in Oregon, it sparks a nail-biting chain of events that exposes appalling human rights violations and leads to sweeping labor reform in China.

Comments about documentary «Letter from Masanjia» (16)

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Karen Jensen

I am a photographer and have been a photographer for over 30 years. I have been an avid member of the photography club for over 10 years, and I have never been to any of the museum shows. However, I wanted to have an experience when I visited this museum in Hanover, MD, and I was pleasantly surprised. My only complaint is that I wanted to see a better quality photo. I think the picture quality was better in the first 10 minutes, but then the quality went down to a very poor photo. I would like to see a lot more in the museum because I was thoroughly impressed and I would like to have the original pictures in the museum and a copy of the original. I would also like to see a more professional quality photo taken of the original and I am sure that the museum would be interested in that as well.

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Heather

An excellent documentary about the first 1,000 days of the Soviet Union, this is a must see. The documentary covers the entire history of the country, from its foundation in 1918 to the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991. It's a little slow at first, but picks up pace quickly. I think the two stories that were told in the documentary were fascinating. A man named Alexander is an immigrant who left his home in Georgia to work in the Soviet Union. He eventually landed in Kazakhstan, where he was employed in a state factory. His journey was harrowing. He was beaten, kicked, and physically abused. When he finally returned to Georgia, he found that his family had been murdered. When he returned to his home in Georgia, he found that his wife and children had been murdered by the Soviet state. Alexander has since survived the communist regime, but is now a self-employed photographer. He has returned to Georgia to tell the story of his experiences. His experience is devastating, and I think it's a powerful film.

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Ronald Palmer

I will not repeat the reasons why this documentary is such an excellent documentary, but I will mention the first reason. The film presents a story that is not being told to a mainstream audience. There are many individuals who are not mainstream, and many groups that are not mainstream. The film is about all of us, and the impact of things that are wrong in our society, and the ones that we can do about it. The movie is a great beginning to a discussion on our culture, and what we can do to change it. This documentary is not a representation of what we want, but the consequences of how we want to see the world. This film is a call to action. This film is a call to action, and I have never been more moved to do something for someone else. There are so many things that I will never get back. I am so thankful that I have an opportunity to watch this film and I would recommend it to anyone. I am also thankful that I am able to tell this story. I was fortunate to see this film in person, and I am so thankful that I was able to see this documentary, and I am thankful that I had the opportunity to be a part of something that is so important. I hope everyone is able to see this film. This film is a movie that you cannot miss.

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Marie Ruiz

This is a documentary about our sisters. The image of a 1-year old girl holding a statue of our Mothers is beautiful. Every one should see this film. The way the director filmed the scenes was beautiful. The acting was wonderful. The mothers of these girls were happy to share their lives with us. They are beautiful, and are wonderful mothers. We love them.

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Frances C.

This is a moving story of the devastating effects of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, and the person, the environment and the families who were affected. The film was directed by Goran Visnjic, who has also done other work, like "The Tunnel", and "This Is Where We Go." The film tells the story of the evacuees from the worst-hit city of Pripyat, who were forced to live in a small apartment building in the village of Masanjia. The movie tells their story through the recollections of three different families, who are mostly women, and their children. We hear the stories of the survivors, the children and their parents, who are now adults. The movie is moving, and it tells a story of hope and loss. A film about the people who survived the Chernobyl disaster, and the family of survivors, that have been affected by the radiation. The story is told by the director, Goran Visnjic. The director, Goran Visnjic, has done many other movies, and he's a very experienced filmmaker. This is a great movie. If you want to see a movie about the Chernobyl disaster, see "This Is Where We Go."

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Danielle

A beautiful documentary about the hardships faced by women in Korea. The movie shows the real impact of this war, and the people who were affected. This movie is very touching. The fact that there were only three people, who were shot, is unbelievable, as is the fact that the people they shot were dead. The movie shows the events, but it is very easy to get lost in the details of the story. You will leave the theater wanting to see it again. The movie is very powerful, but it is so powerful, that you will want to watch it over and over again.

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Martha Martin

What a movie! I watched this movie a few days ago. I loved it. I was amazed at how this movie was able to bring together so many different cultures and viewpoints to form a very unique view of a culture. This movie has so many different messages. It was a very moving and inspiring movie. The acting was great. It was full of drama, humor, and life lessons. The subject matter was very important, and it was very difficult to take my eyes off of the screen. This is a movie that I will watch over and over again. This movie is definitely worth seeing.

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Keith Ruiz

I didn't expect to like this movie as much as I did. I was pleasantly surprised. It was well-paced, well-constructed, and thought-provoking. It makes me think about the health and well-being of my own body, and how much we depend on the food we eat. The arguments made by the doctors are interesting, as are some of the personal opinions of people who have been affected by the food industry. Overall, the movie was well-made, and I'm glad I watched it.

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Jack

One thing I think I was very impressed with in this documentary was the fact that they filmed in the same house where they filmed "Shame" with the original house being replaced with another house that was painted a very different color. So if you have been thinking about a move from Atlanta to another town, this documentary is a great start to your quest. You will find out about a lot of different things. The film was very well made and the photography was superb. This documentary is a must-see and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a documentary that they can watch and not have to think about. I think this documentary will change your perspective on the place that you live in and make you realize that sometimes people do make mistakes, that they do have the power to change, and that you don't have to change to change for the better. I can't wait to see what this documentary will show next.

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Madison Harper

This movie was great. I went to see it the other night and I was very disappointed in the "chapters" of the movie. The "chapters" were very poorly edited, there was a lot of out of focus and irrelevant background. I had no idea how much longer the movie was going to be until the credits started to roll. I would have liked a little more of the history of the site. I think that if the filmmaker had had the patience to do a little more research on the history of the site, they could have done a much better job of the movie.

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Richard Franklin

This is a documentary about the making of an indie film by a very talented student in London. The student was unable to find a home for his film after it was screened in the local film festival and when it was finally released it was heavily criticised by the local film festival. This film is basically about the film festival. The film is a play-within-a-film. It is narrated from the perspective of the student who made it. This film is not meant to be a "bible" on indie filmmaking but rather a "curser" on the making of a film festival. It is a very interesting documentary and the end of the film makes you want to go back to the festival and see it again. The student is very charismatic and very charming. He is also very talented in his own right and I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in indie film making. I think that the audience who is not familiar with indie film making will find this documentary very interesting.

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Raymond

I think the movie is fantastic and extremely insightful about the person who was murdered. The detective's and the victim's wife did an amazing job, as well as the police, and so did everyone else who was involved in the investigation. The movie is based on a true story. I hope this will make more people to watch the movie, and read the book.

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Stephen

If there is one person in the world who understands the true meaning of loving someone, it's Steven Seagal. I first saw him in 1993 and saw him in films and tv shows almost every year since. He is a legend and has always been a one of the best. His music and acting is fantastic and I have seen his movies in multiple languages. So, I was interested in seeing what he had to say about his time in Korea and what it was like to be in prison for many years and not able to see his family or see the outside world. The movie was excellent, though I feel there was some of his family that could not understand what he was saying and I would have liked to see more of his family and his old friends. His performances were amazing, I could not help but watch him in the movie. I believe he will always be a legend and will always be remembered and liked. I am so happy he is doing this movie, I am glad he made a film about the life he had to live in Korea. The reason I was so moved and moved to write this review is that I was so moved and I could not help but say this: Love him or hate him, Steven Seagal is the KING!

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William

It is such a shame that documentaries like this don't get the recognition they deserve. What I think is unique is the way they are presented in this documentary. By the end of the film, you see that the answers are as evident as the answers given in the questions. In the end, they tell the stories of some of the most common questions you might have. The entire time you are looking for the answer and at the same time looking for the questions. And there is no attempt to point out that the people are the ones that you should be asking these questions. Instead, they provide the answers, without a single clue as to how they got to the answers. There are many moments in this film that make me think that this is the first documentary that is as genuine and honest as it is interesting. It is really amazing. I really recommend it. 9/10

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Betty

I was lucky enough to attend the opening of the film in London and it was also an introduction to the film. I have been wanting to see this film since it was released in Australia. It is a sad and terrible story of a family who lost their son,and all the hard work that was put in to try and save him. The film is incredibly touching and captures the heart of this family. The opening sequence is an absolute masterpiece and was almost enough to make me want to see the film. The two hour run time is almost a crime because it does not feel like a long film. The film is beautiful and informative and has a fantastic cast. I do recommend this film to anyone who is in a hurry to see a film.

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Tiffany A.

This is a great documentary. It is well researched and well made. It covers a very complex subject and is one of the most comprehensive on this subject ever. This documentary is the best on the issue of 'coincidence' and 'randomness' in the lives of most of the world's population. It shows how little we actually know about ourselves, what we do, and how we can be manipulated by others. The documentary also covers the issue of the poor, the wealthy, the important and the more irrelevant, who are often the most 'baddest' in the world. The film is filled with well researched interviews with very good people who have knowledge of these issues and also of what happens to these people, who have been manipulated and/or manipulated by others, in order to have the better life. The film is very insightful and very emotional and it is very moving. I highly recommend this documentary. It is well worth watching. It is also very important to know what is real, what is real and what is not. Many of us have been manipulated and manipulated by others. We have to be more careful to avoid becoming like these people. This is a very powerful film. Highly recommended.