Mon 8 October 2007, The Independent

Shining a light into the shadowy world of China's stolen children

Not a bad effort for a first attempt: Jezza Neumann's debut as a documentary director has been put forward for an Oscar by HBO and given star billing by Channel 4, which has assigned almost two hours of tonight's prime-time schedule to his shocking undercover exposé of the black-market trade in Chinese children. The film has so angered China's government that it has attempted to prevent broadcast.
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