The first major documentary on the coronavirus pandemic’s original epicentre to hit theatres was screened at the Toronto film festival on Monday.The film, 76 Days – named for the duration of the draconian lockdown in the central Chinese city of Wuhan – captures harrowing footage of terrified citizens hammering on hospital doors, medical staff collapsing from exhaustion, and relatives begging in vain to say goodbye to infected loved ones.It was made in February, when the disease was still…



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