33 Postcards

Pauline Chan’s deceptively sweet drama about a young Chinese orphan’s search for belonging and acceptance is underscored by gritty realism and a precise eye for the daily rhythms of Sydney life. Sydney Film Festival website

Catch this film at selected cinemas from 3rd November 2011, or watch for it on DVD.

RN’s Movie Time reviewed 33 Postcards and also interviewed the director, Pauline Chan, who gives an insight into the film and talks about the differences between Chinese and Australian film industry practices.


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