Contemporary social criticism by an emerging director
Intended to show the life of those not-well-to-do people live on the edge of urban region. Those fall into the category of not-well-to-do is below the middle class, but still above those don't-haves, whom in turn, are better than peasantry. In the rapid economic expansion of China in the 1990's, the wealth is not evenly distributed and the film focus on those who did not benefit much from the economic boom.
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