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Director: Ng Khee Jin
Runtime: 107 mins
Country: China, Australia, Singapore
Language: Mandarin and English and English subtitles
A young journalist reflects on her own identity as she retraces the footsteps of China’s female teenage soldiers of The Long March and encounters untold stories of courage and hope in the face of extreme deprivation and brutality – a massive military retreat of more than 200,000 troops on foot over 12,500 kilometres that lasted from 1934 to 1937.
Feet Unbound is Singaporean advertising and brand communication creative Ng Khee Jin’s debut feature documentary. It made its world premiere at the 2006 International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, where it competed under the Feature Length Documentary category.
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