From 1972 until 1974, Joris Ivens and Marceline Loridan, along with a Chinese film crew, documented the last days of the Cultural Revolution, marking the end of an era. The vast amount of ...
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In this war drama blurring the lines between documentary and fiction, the working class and the bourgeoisie of 19th century Paris are interviewed and covered on television, before and during a tragic workers' class revolt.
Eliane Annie Adalto,
From 1972 until 1974, Joris Ivens and Marceline Loridan, along with a Chinese film crew, documented the last days of the Cultural Revolution, marking the end of an era. The vast amount of footage they shot was edited into twelve films of varying lengths. Focusing on ordinary people spread over a wide geographic area-many of whom were living and working in collectives-the filmmakers recorded a unique moment in history, and also captured some of the more enduring aspects of Chinese culture. Written by
The movie is made up of 13 parts: -La pharmacie N°3 : Shangai; -Une femme, une famille; -Le village de pêcheurs; -Autour du pétrole; -L'usine des générateurs; -Une caserne; -Impression d'une ville: Shanghai; -Une histoire de ballon - Lycée n°31 Pékin; -Le professeur Tsien; -Un répétition à l'Opéra de Pékin; -Entraînement au cirque de Pékin; -Les artisans. See more »