The Cultural Revolution

Australia, 1981

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The film contains footage of both city and Peasant Chinese during the Cultural Revolution beginning 1966. Gives some background to the movement and compares Mao’s comment that it was 70% good and 30% bad with a current Chinese assessment that it was a 10 year reversal of the Chinese socialist cause.

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production company

Melbourne State College. Media Production Centre

director

Myra Roper

Duration

00:17:55:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1981

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