It's extremely foolish to dismiss this movie as a political propaganda
The literal translation of the title of this movie is: Colorful Roads.
It is extremely easy to dismiss this movie as a political propaganda but doing so would be extremely foolish. The fact is that slavery in the form of serfdom was still practiced in Tibet until 1959, with less than 10% the population, all of them serf owners, owning more than 90% of the wealth. Obviously, these people are against communist ideology of egalitarianism, while the majority of the population were serfs, whom inevitably favors the communist egalitarianism because they would be liberated, gaining their freedom and the right to improve their living standards by working harder. This part of the history is often ignored when we criticize the current corruption in China.
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