Telefilm Canada and the Rogers Group of Funds, through the Theatrical Documentary Program present ; an Eyesteelfilm production ; a film by Lixin Fan ; directed by Lixin Fan ; produced by Mila Aung-Thwin, Daniel Cross ; in association with ITVS International ; produced and developed in association with SuperChannel, Channel 4, TV5. ; ; Lixin Fan; Mila Aung-Thwin; Daniel Cross; Qi Zhao; Changhua Zhang; Suqin Chen; Qin Zhang; Yang Zhang; Tingsui Tang; Mary Stephen; Olivier Alary; Telefilm Canada.; Rogers Documentary and Cable Network Fund.; Eyesteelfilm (Firm); Independent Television Service.; Super Channel (Firm); Channel Four (Great Britain); TV5Monde (Television network); Zeitgeist Films.
|語言註釋：||Chinese (Mandarin and Sichuan dialect) dialogue, with optional English subtitles.|
|注意：||Originally produced as a documentary films in 2009.
Extras: Deleted scenes; Travelogue; U.S. theatrical trailer.
|餘額：||Edited by Lixin Fan, Mary Stephen ; director of photography, Lixin Fan ; music by Olivier Alary ; executive producers, Daniel Cross, Mila Aung-Thwin, Qi Zhao.|
|表演者：||Changhua Zhang, Suqin Chen, Qin Zhang, Yang Zhang, Tingsui Tang.|
|獎賞：||Winner, Best Documentary 2010, Los Angeles Film Critics ; Winner, Best Feature-length Documentary, 2009 Amsterdam International Documentary Film Festival ; Winner, Best Feature, 2010 Big Sky Documentary Film Festival.|
|針對讀者群：||Board of Film Censors, Singapore: PG.|
|描述：||1 videodisc (87 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|詳述：||DVD; NTSC region 1, widescreen (1.85:1) aspect ratio, stereo.|
|其他題名：||Gui tu lie che|
|責任：||Telefilm Canada and the Rogers Group of Funds, through the Theatrical Documentary Program present ; an Eyesteelfilm production ; a film by Lixin Fan ; directed by Lixin Fan ; produced by Mila Aung-Thwin, Daniel Cross ; in association with ITVS International ; produced and developed in association with SuperChannel, Channel 4, TV5.|
"Every spring, China's cities are plunged into chaos as an astonishing 130 million migrant workers journey to their home villages for the New Year's holiday. This mass exodus is the largest human migration on the planet, an epic spectacle that reveals a country tragically caught between its rural past and industrial future. Working over several years in classic verite, Chinese-Canadian filmmaker Lixin Fan... travels with one couple who have embarked on this annual trek for almost two decades. Emotionally engaging and starkly beautiful, Last Train Home's intimate observation of one fractured family sheds light on the human cost of China's ascendance as an economic superpower." -- Container
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(發佈的EMRO讀者 2011-05-20 )
Migrant workers in China are mostly former farmers who flow to urban and prosperous coastal regions for labor-intensive jobs. While they make tremendous contributions to the economic boom, the rail system is overburdened during the Lunar New Year when over 130 million migrant workers take trains home....