This documentary installation consists of a single, 15-hour take shot in a garment factory in China and captures the daily labor of its 300,000 migrant workers and the functioning of its 18,000 production units. Rigorous and hypnotic, 15 Hours marks Wang’s most radical meditation on the contemporary meaning of work and the state of labor conditions in present-day China.
Free screenings in the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center Amphitheater:
Part 1: 2pm-9:30pm on Saturday, November 17
Part 2: 2pm-9:30pm on Sunday, November 18