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No Man’s Land (2013) is a neo-western thriller that follows a young lawyer, Pan Xiao, from the city as he travels to the Gobi desert and embarks on a series of misadventures. After successfully defending an illegal poacher, Pan attempts to head back to the city, but unwittingly trespasses into no man’s land and finds himself in a world of trouble.


Join us for a weekend-long screening of No Man’s Land.


This film is presented as part of a Ning Hao retrospective, organized by Asia Society at the Movies. One of China’s most distinguished filmmakers, Ning Hao is a director, writer, and producer whose unique films depict the rapidly changing kaleidoscope of modern Chinese society.


This program is presented by Asia Society Museum,and Asia Society Southern California, as part of a new series titled Asia Society at the Movies. Asia Society at the Movies showcases a broad range of films and filmmakers from across Asia and the Asian diaspora.


This program is made possible by Dirty Monkey.


  • Year
    2013
  • Runtime
    115 minutes
  • Director
    Ning Hao