Do No Harm

New Zealand, 2016 (MIFF 2017, Short Films)

Director: Roseanne Liang

It’s 3am at a private hospital in Hongjing in the 1980s and a violent gang are determined to stop an operation from going ahead. They have no idea how far the patient’s doctor will go to fulfil her duty of care.

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