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JAPANTokyo Hyper Solitude is the story of a lost photographer among shy and lonely souls in a megalopolis.
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MYANMARBalthazar is the story of a colonial building in the historical centre of Rangoon. Its bad shape shows an incredible social mixity where lawyers meet poor families and students.
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INDONESIA – Phinisi: in the stomach of Indonesian boats // Sunda Kelapa is the oldest harbor of Jakarta. All the day, dockers are loading raw materials and bulk in “Phinisi”, old wooden boats from 19th century.
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IRAN – Between conservatism and the will to emancipate, women show their differences through clothing in Iran. The way to wear hidjab, which is compulsory, can be a means of distinction and communication. In the shadows of the bazaars of Tehran, Isfahan and Yazd, some of these differences are lightened in this series.
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INDIA – Founded in 1847, the Royal Calcutta Turf Club is the relic of the British Raj in Kolkota, former capital of British India. Today, the club hosts horse races every week and has become a popular meeting point for many Kolkatiens.
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FRANCELe dernier jour dans la Jungle // One year after, retrospective on the closing of the Calais jungle, one of the biggest migrant encampment in Europe. As a symbol of the European migrant crisis, the French authorities decided to close and evacuate the 6,400 migrants by the end of 2016. This documentary follows the last day of Eritrean isolated minors in the Jungle.
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KYRGYZSTAN – La Vie Kirghize // Un berger surveillant son troupeau, une harde de chevaux au galop, un jeune garçon s’entraînant aux jeux équestres, un foyer chaleureux perdu dans les montagnes. Les steppes kirghizes allient une sérénité brute à un spectacle sans cesse renouvelé.
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MYANMARRangoon Express // Comme beaucoup d’anciennes colonies britanniques, le train structure la société birmane. Lent et inconfortable, il est un liant indispensable pour la plupart des Birmans souhaitant voir leur famille éloignée, tant il dessert les campagnes du pays pour quelques kyats. Reliant Rangoun à Bagan, ce train mettra plus de vingt heures pour parcourir les 600 km qui séparent les deux villes.
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