A very moving documentary. The two hour length may be a little long for viewers who don't already have a deep interest and knowledge of the subject, but I would...
Searching for Lin Zhao's SoulLin Zhao, a top student from Peking University, was imprisoned in the late 1950s for defending students and leaders persecuted during Mao Zedong's Anti-Rightist Movement. A gifted writer, Lin composed endless articles and poems from her cell. Forbidden to use a pen, she wrote...Subscribe to to watch now
Though I am GoneIn 1966, the Cultural Revolution exploded throughout China as Mao’s Red Guards persecuted suspected Rightists. Bian Zhongyun, the vice principal of a prestigious school in Beijing, became one of the first victims of the revolutionary violence that would engulf the entire...Subscribe to to watch now
A true heartbreaker of a film, and a welcome first-hand account of the full impact of Chairman Mao's Cultural Revolution.
While revealing the life of an aristocratic populist who rebelled unto death, this documentary also shows a country partly still immersed in anti-intellectual terror and partly freed from it. Some...