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Three Sisters (Chinese :三姊妹; pinyin :Sān Zǐmèi) is a 2012 Chinese documentary film directed by Wang Bing.
The film depicts three sisters (aged between four and ten years old) living in a small village near the Sino-Burmese border. They have been abandoned by their mother while their father seeks work in a nearby city.
The film received the Orizzonti Award at the 69th Venice International Film Festival, where it premiered.
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