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The Man Who Was Looking For His Son (16+)

France, 2020, colour, 76 min.
Director: Delphine Deloget
Wu’s one year old son was kidnapped in the middle of the night and was most probably sold to another family. Ten years later, Wu still hopes to find him. On his bicycle, he travels across China, defying the indifference and inaction of Chinese society and authorities.
After 10 years of research, the man is beginning to lose it...

Delphine Deloget

Delphine Deloget

is a filmmaker and documentary filmmaker, born in 1975 in Paimpol. She won the Albert-London Prize in 2015 in the audiovisual category.

FILMOGRAPHY

Brassens et la Jeanne, 2011; Voyage en Barbarie – No London today, 2008; Tigre, 2019; The Man Who Was Looking For His Son, 2020.
France, 2020, colour, 76 min.
Director: Delphine Deloget
Wu’s one year old son was kidnapped in the middle of the night and was most probably sold to another family. Ten years later, Wu still hopes to find him. On his bicycle, he travels across China, defying the indifference and inaction of Chinese society and authorities.
After 10 years of research, the man is beginning to lose it...