The China Mission

THE CHINA MISSION is a featue length (85 minute) documentary looking at four decades of christian missionary activity in China. From 1920 to 1954, hundreds of Irish men and women served as Roman Catholic missionaries working in social, pastoral and disaster relief services at an extraordinarily turbulent but fascinating period of Chinese history. The film features rare film and photographic archive, much of it never seen before. All the film was sourced in High Definition - this unexpected collection of footage in B&W and colour includes film of Irish missionaries arriving in China in the 1920s.

Running Time
1 hours 25 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
History, Documentary
Peter Kelly
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about history «The China Mission» (15)

Diane R. avatar
Diane R.

Pleasantly surprised. I really liked it.

Victoria Ellis avatar
Victoria Ellis

Loved this movie, the premise, the build up and action. The action was believable, and the story is one that is still playing out in this country.

Rachel avatar

Amazing movie! Each frame, each scene does not let you get bored

Victoria G. avatar
Victoria G.

Slow start, but worth watching.

Nancy K. avatar
Nancy K.

I loved this movie. Well written and great actors!

Jean avatar

A Flat out Exceptional Movie Event! Exceptional! Oh my God! Oh! My! God! My mind is blown!!!

Jacob W. avatar
Jacob W.

The film features absolutely stunning cinematography, a great cast and a very good story.

Wayne Obrien avatar
Wayne Obrien

The most amazing, satisfying big History film! In addition to being a visual triumph, the story blossoms in jawdropping ways.

Joshua C. avatar
Joshua C.

This is by far one of the better made movies and didn't leave me disappointed at all!

Joe Allen avatar
Joe Allen

I have enjoyed it so much that this is my third time watching it. Next year I will probable watch it again.

Carl avatar

Peter Kelly, you deserve a standing ovation. From an unbiased, stand-alone movie point of view, this film does an incredible job of being exciting from beginning to end