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A Touch of Sin
  • Description

    An angry miner revolts against the corruption of his village leaders.

    A migrant worker at home for the New Year discovers the infinite possibilities a firearm can offer.

    A pretty receptionist at a sauna is pushed to the limit when a rich client assaults her.

    A young factory worker goes from job to job trying to improve his lot in life.

    Four people, four different provinces. A reflection on contemporary China: that of an economic giant slowly being eroded by violence.

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    15
    Region:
    B
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    Mandarin
    Run Time:
    130 mins approx.
    studio:
    Arrow Video

A Touch of Sin

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  • Description

    An angry miner revolts against the corruption of his village leaders.

    A migrant worker at home for the New Year discovers the infinite possibilities a firearm can offer.

    A pretty receptionist at a sauna is pushed to the limit when a rich client assaults her.

    A young factory worker goes from job to job trying to improve his lot in life.

    Four people, four different provinces. A reflection on contemporary China: that of an economic giant slowly being eroded by violence.

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    15
    Region:
    B
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    Mandarin
    Run Time:
    130 mins approx.
    studio:
    Arrow Video

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Life in modern China

Four stories of modern society in China, the 'episodic' nature of the story may have had more dramatic effect if the stories could have been linked in some way. The first story of village corruption has the feel of a samurai warrior with a grudge, while the final story of a teenager moving between jobs ends in an obvious sudden manner that will leave most viewers thinking 'been here before'.

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