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Book a whole theater - see Taiwan

"Seeing Taiwan" is a documentary directed by Taiwanese aerial photographer Zeppelin. This is the first Taiwanese film to be screened in a theater and shot at full height, telling about the current situation of Taiwan's environment. The film cost a total of NT$90 million, making it the most expensive film in the history of documentary film in Taiwan. Director Zeppelin spent nearly three years shooting, accumulating 400 hours of helicopter flight. There are no characters in the film, and Taiwan is presented on the big screen with a bird's-eye view of aerial photography. Wikipedia

Release time: November 1, 2013 (Taiwan)

Director: Zeppelin

Box office: NT$220 million

Narrator: Wu Nianzhen

Photography: Zeppelin

Winning record: Golden Horse Award for best documentary

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