Hooligan Sparrow
A Champion for Girls' and Women's Rights in China

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A very gripping documentary which required as much fearlessness on the filmmaker's behalf as the brave subject of the film - Hooligan Sparrow. Be prepared to feel scared, angry and at times very small compared to these incredible people who put their lives on the line for justice.

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