A generation on camera
Updated: 2011-08-16 11:47
In China, the term "post-90s generation" refers to those born after 1990. Often they are stereotyped as self-centered and naive, but some of them are trying to prove that is not the whole picture.
Viva Youth, a 50-minute movie with a post-90s cast and crew, is now available on Tudou, the Chinese video-sharing website.
The film centers on several teenagers who make a documentary after accidentally deleting one made by the father of a member of the group.
The filmmakers also encouraged fellow youngsters to shoot their own short videos about what they think of the post-90s group and submit them to Tudou. Selected videos were included in the final movie.
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