Release Date High Tech, Low Life Jan 9, 2013 Limited
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Actors For High Tech, Low LifeZhou Shuguang,Zhang Shihe
Genres High Tech, Low Life : Documentary,Special Interest
Visitor Ranting & Critics For High Tech, Low LifeUser Ranting High Tech, Low Life : 2.4
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User Count Like for High Tech, Low Life : 72
All Critics Ranting For High Tech, Low Life : 5.3
All Critics Count For High Tech, Low Life : 6
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Movie Overview For High Tech, Low LifeHIGH TECH, LOW LIFE follows the journey of two of Chinaâs first citizen reporters as they travel the country â" chronicling underreported news and social issues stories. Armed with laptops, cell phones, and digital cameras they develop skills as independent one-man news stations while learning to navigate Chinaâs evolving censorship regulations and avoiding the risk of political persecution. â¨â¨The film follows 57-year-old âTiger Temple,â who earns the title of Chinaâs first citizen reporter after he impulsively documents an unfolding murder and 27-year-old âZolaâ who recognizes the opportunity to increase his fame and future prospects by reporting on sensitive news throughout China. â¨â¨
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Review For High Tech, Low LifeHigh Tech, Low Life ostensibly examines censorship of the Internet and news media in China. But the pic is driven less by its subject matter than by its two very different and utterly fascinating bloggers.
We leave the film with no idea how many people are doing this in China, where these two stand within the online community, and whether state media outlets have changed at all in response to them.
John DeFore-Hollywood Reporter
Whatever their orientation, both men are intrepid in pursuing the truth, the consequences of which are made clear in a series of terrifying late-film crackdowns.
Andrew Schenker-Village Voice
A narrow, albeit intriguing window into a technological revolt that deserves a more far-reaching film than this one.
Jeannette Catsoulis-New York Times
An engaging study of the disparate characters who are drawn to speak out when the authorities crack the whip.
Sam Adams-Time Out New York