2011 Chinese Film and Culture Festival: Film Screening — Peng Jiahuang and Peng Chen's "Walking to School"October 10, 2011
Walking to School
Director: Peng Jiahuang and Peng Chen
Starring: Cao Xiwen, Ding Jiali and Ana Muling
Based on a true story, this film follows a 7-year-old boy, Wawa, and his older sister, Naxiang, who live beside the Nujiang River in Yunnan Province, China. Every day, Naxiang crosses the river to attend school using an overhead cable, but their mother will not allow Wawa to use the cable. Eventually, Wawa secretly uses the cable to cross to the other side. The dangerous activity has deadly consequences, and the siblings’ lives are changed forever.
This event is free.
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The goal of the Chinese Film and Culture Festival is to improve communication and understanding between China and the U.S. through cultural and artistic exchange.