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24 September 2013 (USA) See more »
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Horrific documentary about some of the dark sides of authoritarian regimes See more (2 total) »


Ethan Gutmann ... Himself
David Kilgour ... Himself
David Matas ... Himself
Torsten Trey ... Himself

Directed by
Masha Savitz 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Masha Savitz  writer
Masha Savitz 

Produced by
Pete McGrain .... producer
Masha Savitz .... executive producer
Masha Savitz .... producer
Ken Shombala .... executive producer
Original Music by
Kristian Direction Wendelbo 
Giora Feidman 
Ora Feidman 
Jeremy Shabo 
Cinematography by
Tal Atzmon 
Pete McGrain 
Film Editing by
Pete McGrain 
Other crew
Cristian Bettler .... international sales agent
Ethan Gutmann .... very special thanks
David Kilgour .... very special thanks
David Matas .... very special thanks


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Also Known As:
"Red Reign" - USA (original title)
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62 min | USA:60 min


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Horrific documentary about some of the dark sides of authoritarian regimes, 27 December 2013
Author: Rod Dines from Perth, WA, Australia

A hard to watch must see if you care enough to make ethical decisions. Not exactly the best documentary production but none-the-less the topic and subjects make for compelling watching and listening. It made me think twice about doing any business or travel to China. Have suspected these types of human rights violations existed but had no idea how systemic they are, nor how complicit the rest of the world is in ignoring or even participating in them. The poem at the end is an ominous reminder of the issues that can arise if we ignore these atrocities! I was discussing the 40,000 children that are stolen or go missing in China every year the other day and we where left wondering why the government and the people do nothing about that issue. This documentary helps understand why that issue too is not addressed. Public opinion is so depressed and controlled that there is no internal willingness or pressure to change. If you are particularly sensitive to human suffering you probably should avoid watching this movie.

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