Additional information for Disorder, which has a domestic theatrical release set for May 1, 2010. The film is being distributed by Unknown and has not yet been rated. Disorder has a total running time of 58 minutes.
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Footage collected from a dozen amateur videographers woven into a unique city symphony of social dysfunction.
Shot in the city of Guangzhou, China's third largest city, this independent film made by filmmaker Weikai Huang, shows scene after scene of the gritty and sometimes bizarre happenings of life: pigs running loose on a highway, a mentally ill man dancing in a street as cars go streaming by, a flooded neighborhood where residents slosh through the water, a man complaining to a health inspector about a cockroach in his noodles, cops beating up a man, two guys arguing over counterfeit money. A fascinating look at the underbelly of a big Chinese city, which could very well be Los Angeles or New York. Given the reality TV, as-it-happens nature of the cinematography, it's shot in black and white and is somewhat grainy. 58 minutes long. The citizens in this movie often complain to and about the police and authorities, an image counter to the well-coordinated and cooperative image of the country presented during the Beijing Olympics. There's no narration. The images and real life dialogue with English subtitles speak for themselves.
This film has not yet been rated.
No theatrical release dates have been decided.
This film does not have a selected cast.
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