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Moving the Mountain (1994)

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The film is a documentary about the demonstrations of students in Peking on the 4th of June 1989 for more democracy in the People's Republic which were ended by army forces. The story is ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Jin-Ming Zhang ...
Li Lu, 10 year old
Yi-Ming Huang ...
Li Lu, 4 year old
Yi-fen Kan ...
Earthquake Survivor
Ke-Hsi Hsiang ...
Lover, Male
Tsung-cheng Hou ...
Little Six
Hsiang-tan Tang ...
Storyteller
Hing Man Tang ...
Police, Road Inspection
Fong Yin Chan ...
Driver of car escort
Hui Lung Sze ...
Secret Police in car escort
Siu-Kei Lee ...
Secret Police in car escort
Chun Fai Tsang ...
Guide in smuggler village
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ling Chai ...
Herself
Yiu-ming Chu ...
Himself (Hong Kong Alliance for Democracy in China) (as Rev. Chu Yiu-ming)
Yu-ru Lin ...
Teach Lin
Li Lu ...
Himself
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The film is a documentary about the demonstrations of students in Peking on the 4th of June 1989 for more democracy in the People's Republic which were ended by army forces. The story is told from students point of view. Written by Volker Boehm

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19 May 1995 (USA)  »

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An interesting look at the democracy movement in China
20 June 2003 | by (Eugene, Oregon) – See all my reviews

"Moving the Mountain" does an excellent job of showing the complexity of a protest movement as it develops, apparently, spontaneously. The film roots the origins of the Tiananmen Square protests in the wake of the Cultural Revolution. Although shifts in Chinese governmental policy and Glasnost in Russia gave the participants the courage to ask for a dialogue about greater democracy, the Chinese government feared the instability created by a group of people questioning the government. The film will give you a sober account of the innocence and naivety of a group of young people who simply want to make a change for the better in their country. With the continuing globalization protests and the creation of the `Patriot Acts', this film is quite relevant for a glimpse into the motivations that bring diverse groups together in a common cause, not to mention the intolerance of the people in power to the public questioning of their policies. "Moving the Mountain" provides one example of the many protest movements that occur around the world, meeting with varying levels of repression. This film is well worth viewing and may stimulate a hunger to find out more about the conditions in China as well as other protest movements.


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