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"I made Twenty Two because I wanted to see who they are," said Guo.
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"When Japan invaded China, some 200,000 Chinese women fell victim to the Japanese army's sex slavery."
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"Those elderly women survived unimaginable sufferings. But where are they now? What kind of life do they live? Are they happy or sad? What do they think about?"
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"I never pressed them because some were really reluctant to talk about it. When confronted with questions, they pondered over them. In five seconds, they kept silent, but from their eyes, audiences can find the answer they want to know," said Guo.
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