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Stream new release 76 Days and support Enzian!
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For every purchase of 76 Days from Friday, December 11th, through Thursday, January 28th, nearly 50% goes directly back to Enzian in an effort to support us. We appreciate your support!
On January 23rd, 2020, China locked down Wuhan, a city of 11 million, to combat the emerging COVID-19 outbreak. Set deep inside the frontlines of the crisis in four hospitals, 76 DAYS tells indelible human stories at the center of this pandemic—from a woman begging in vain to bid a final farewell to her father, a grandfather with dementia searching for his way home, a couple anxious to meet their newborn, to a nurse determined to return personal items to families of the deceased. These raw and intimate stories bear witness to the death and rebirth of a city under a 76-day lockdown, and to the human resilience that persists in times of profound tragedy.
USA, 2020, 93 minutes, Not Rated, Directed by Hao Wu, Weixi Chen, & Anonymous
“One of the gutsiest, best, and, oddly, most hopeful [COVID-19 documentaries]… funny and heart-racing, heartbreaking and humanizing. An invaluable record of this moment."—Alissa Wilkinson, Vox
“A riveting documentary. [An] astonishingly candid and deeply wrenching portrait of death, suffering and compassion.”—Ann Hornaday, Washington Post
"A grounded, humane perspective on doctors, nurses and patients. 76 Days suggests a way to face the future, with tears but perhaps also hope."—The New York Times
"Alternately harrowing and inspiring."—Los Angeles Times
“76 Days feels like a vital early draft of history."—Associated Press
“[A] remarkable front-line report… An emotional-wringer… A work of true direct cinema… The camerawork and editing are extraordinary in their immediacy and their sensitivity to chaos, exhaustion and resilience — often all at once. There's tenderness too, and awe."—Sheri Linden, The Hollywood Reporter