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English / Mandarin
Manufactured Landscapes is a documentary about photographer Edward Burtynsky, filmed as he travels around China taking his distinctively huge large-scale photographs of the country and the transformations that it has seen in recent years. Factories, mines, recycling facilities, vast dams and the fast-changing streets of Shanghai are among Burtynsky's subjects. The images alone are amazing - and the story of how they come to be made is just as absorbing.
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