Investigating my father
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"My father was a landowner's son and an ex-Kuomintang Air Force pilot, who remained in mainland China after 1949. For survival, he tried to transform himself from a man of the 'old society' to a man of the 'new society'. As his son, I started investigating his 'history before 1949', which he had kept away from me. This film documents the process of my investigation over twenty years."
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1 video file (81 minutes) : sound, color
English subtitle translated by Thomas E. Moran
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Description based on: Online resource; title from title screen (viewed April 20, 2018)
In Chinese (Mandarin, Yunnan or Sichuan local dialects) with English subtitles
"Supported by CCDWorkstation; supported by China Independent Documentary Archive, Libraries of Duke University, White Rabbit Contemporary Chinese Art Collection, Yunnan Dracoleap Media Co. Ltd"--Closing credits
"The film created in the Folk Memory Project"--Closing credits
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[Beijing, China] : Caochangdi Workstation
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