In the 1970s, ordinary Chinese citizens were said to have three dreams: to own a watch, a bicycle, and a radio. Today, they strive for wealth and a better life, often to the detriment of family and tradition. Filmed over seven years, Nick Torrens' documentary about China in the modern world is an exploration of the missing years of the Cultural Revolution.
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