Lost in Wuzhen (2017)

A short documentary of a world famous ancient water town at South China, Wuzhen, incorporating its history, scenic spots,anecdotes of celebrities, development in recent years.

Director:

Xinxun Wu

Writer:

Haoyue Chi
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This is a documentary short about two college student girls on their journey to Wuzhen, Zhejiang, China, a famous ancient water town historical and scenery spot. They settled down at a B&B with a very good night view. They visited Maodun's Home, a very famous historical and cultural featured spot for commemorating the well-known Chinese contemporary author and thinker Mr. Mao Dun. They witnessed the speed economical and technological development of Wuzhen. The journey has left them an unforgettable impression. Written by Carole Wood

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Take a captivating journey to Wuzhen, where a millennium history surrounds you at every turn with the old houses of black tiles and white walls still remaining there through winds and rains.

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China

Language:

Chinese

Release Date:

18 March 2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Wu Zhen, Zhejiang, China

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Budget:

CNY 120,000 (estimated)
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Color (HD)

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16:9 HD
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A good example for scenic short documentary
5 March 2018 | by ideayesSee all my reviews

Well, I think it enchanting especially for a scenic spot with history, culture and political importance. Handling this type of short documentary needs virtuosity in material sourcing and a fine spirit, otherwise it is degraded into an ordinary Scenery MV without inspiration. In this short, we are given an extensive insight into its past. present and future in only 24 minutes and the folk customs as well as spectacular historical pictures intervene herein. The blue calico are swaying in the wind, seeming to play kind of hypnosis inducing us into a fairyland. I love it.


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