The Grief of Others

This year’s BAMcinemaFest will present the New York premieres of 35 independent films, and among them is The Grief of Others by economist-turned-director Patrick Wang, a film that experiments with both visual and aural techniques to convey the psychological complexities of dealing with loss. SinoVision Journal reporter Lani Nelson brings you the story.

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