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All the Crows in the World

An 18-year-old girl attends a party and meets a man who takes her on a wild adventure through the adult world.


Why watch this film?

'Tian xia wu ya' is a 14-minute short film that won the Palme d'Or at Cannes and has become one of the most acclaimed films of the festival for its creativity in criticizing China's patriarchal culture. One of the most remembered dialogues by the audience, "all heterosexuals should die", is one of the many ways director Ti Yang critiques the hypocrisy of Chinese society that punishes homosexuals for supposedly being harassers, when most of the adults who continue to abuse adolescents are cisgender.



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Plot summary

18-year-old Shengnan is invited to a mysterious party by her cousin. Upon arrival, Shengnan finds herself surrounded by greasy middle-aged men, with the exception of Jianguo, who is different. Shengnan and Jianguo decide to bail on the party, embarking on a night of adventures in the adult world.

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Available at home