rated for 0 + years DOCUMENTARY Survivors tell of their time in the reeducation camps of Mao's China. Their words and faces form a monumental 8-hour memorial.
In the sand of the Gobi Desert in North-Western China lie the bones of the victims of the "Campaign against Deviators from the Law" started by the Communist Party in 1957 and which affected up to half a million alleged enemies of the system. Thousands starved to death in the Jiabiangou and Mingshui reeducation camps. The few survivors tell of the suffering they endured and give the viewer an impression of how systematic this political crime was.