Body-language and nonverbal communication

Women and love in China

 

Women and love in China

An intimate portrait women of different generations in Beijing today who discover their sexuality and are immersed in a personal struggle to take control of their lives in a rapidly-changing society dogged by tradition. The film concentrates on two main characters: the older Xiao (50) who was widowed several years ago and is currently trying to create a new life for herself, and the 32-year-old writer Wen Wen. She is what is officially known as a ‘leftover’, a term used in China since 2007 for single, childless women over 27. They are considered a social problem because, despite the fact that many are highly educated and attractive, today’s Chinese males fear their strength and intellect. Sexual psychologist Hongli Zhen, an expert on recent developments in Chinese society provides commentary and context. She gives sex workshops that encourage women –including our main characters – to see their sexuality differently, and use techniques that make them happy. Hongli is our guide through the world of today’s China’s sexual revolution.

Really worth watching and sharing with friends. If you cannot open from China please let me know. I will help you to see the film. 🙂

English trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmRsyt2FBJQ

The German-Chinese Version: http://www.arte.tv/de/videos/063701-000-A/liebe-im-reich-der-mitte

Foto: http://www.featureshoot.com/2016/09/a-portrait-of-young-love-in-china/

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