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After the death of his wife, a Christian film-maker loses his faith and enters the Chinese art scene in the search for concepts of "missing" and "lacking". Embedded in this fictional narrative framework, Han Tao collects interviews with numerous contemporary Chinese intellectuals: from human rights activist Hu Jia and the poets Yu Xinqiao and Dao Zi to a whistleblower and a body poetry artist. In this fashion, he assembles a kaleidoscope of dissidents who give an impression of the intellectual climate – and of what's missing.
This film is part of the special series "Chinese Independent Cinema".