Last Train Home


China experiences the largest internal migration in the world as rural workers travel to cities for jobs. The Zhang family has been torn apart by years of separation in the era of "labor export" and urban migration. They save all year to travel home each Chinese New Year, along with over 100 million other migrant workers, hoping to salvage their relationship with their teenaged daughter.


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