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Plot Summary
Everyday 20,000 workers in Chittagong risk their lives to dismantle ships.


Director: Bong-Nam Park

Genres: Docudrama

Iron Crows (2009)

Release Date: January 1st, 2009|1 hr. min.

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  • Iron Crows isn't the miserablist wallow you might expect. While director Park Bong-Nam observes the hazards of ship-breaking with a thoroughness that borders on fetishization, he also catches the humor and camaraderie of men in the trenches. show more

  • A maddeningly blunt and syrupy rendering of a piquant socio-economic configuration, Park Bong-Nam's Iron Crows is ultimately third-world documentary filmmaking at its most exploitatively surface-groping. show more

  • The filmmaking is patient and participatory, getting down in the dirt with the workers (in one case the lens is even soaked by a spray of sludge) and allowing several touchingly distinct personalities to emerge. show more

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