Nimble Fingers

Nimble Fingers

Nimble fingers belong to the Vietnamese women who work in factories owns by some of the most popular electronic brands. Thousands of young migrant workers come from a remote village on the highlands of Northern Vietnam. Now they lives in a Hanoi suburb, a district developed around one of the biggest industrial production sites in the world. Thes worker' life strictly follows the rules of the great Industrial Park. Every single woman is apparently following a stereotype of tireless work and obedience to keep up with the pace of industrial production. Step by step the movie reveals the bases upon which the productive chain is built: the conditions in which the young workers are into, the tight control and the difficulties on the workplace.

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Parsifal Reparato
Vietnam, Italy
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Nimble Fingers» (47)

Kevin Sims avatar
Kevin Sims

One of the best movies of all time and most likely the best Documentary I have ever watched.

Louis B. avatar
Louis B.

Every genre has the potential to be 'done well'... and this film meets those expectations.

Raymond D. avatar
Raymond D.

It was a decent movie. Very entertaining!

Roger avatar

Have seen this movie lots of times. Still love it!

Keith A. avatar
Keith A.

Very highly recommended to add to your movie collection.

Diane Rivera avatar
Diane Rivera

Watched this with my daughter, we both laughed our behinds off. Will eventually add this to my permanent collection.

Jonathan Simpson avatar
Jonathan Simpson

After about ten minutes I was completely drawn in, all the way to the end. Very enjoyable!

Deborah R. avatar
Deborah R.

This movie surprised me, it was really good. This is a movie worth watching!

Debra Carroll avatar
Debra Carroll

Great movie with great actors.

Christopher B. avatar
Christopher B.

I can't explain enough how brilliant the movie was, it's perfect, and that's definitely an understatement