Friday, June 24, 2011

China propaganda film to U.S. “建党伟业”(贱党萎业)已在北美华人聚集区上映

Mao the Biggest Murderer in Human History  毛泽东的反人类罪行-世界第一屠夫

华语系人们“受虐狂”心态的写照   Victims and Villains


陈凯一语: Kai Chen's Words: 

中共党奴朝利用华裔人士的族群认同与崇尚强权拜金拜魔的腐败文化心态又开始了新一轮的毒品洗脑战。 我在此只希望那些良知尚存的华语系人们用你们个体的言行抵制专制的进袭。

The Chinese Party-Dynasty just started another round of brain-washing, having released the propaganda movie "The Founding of the Chinese Communist Party" in North America, targeting the Chinese-speaking population overseas.  I only hope those who still have some conscience in their hearts boycott such an evil and desperate attempt to corrupt human souls. 
China propaganda film to U.S.

China Lion Film Distribution will distribute the Chinese propaganda epic "Beginning of the Great Revival," previously known as "The Founding of a Party," in North America, Australia and New Zealand.

Helmed by Jianxin Huang and Sanping Han, and produced by China Film Group, pic was made to mark the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Communist Party and is a companion piece to 2009's "The Founding of a Republic," about the 1949 revolution.

"Revival" stars some of China's biggest names, including Andy Lau, Daniel Wu and John Woo.
Film opens in China on June 16 and will be released the following day in North America, Australia and New Zealand.

"Beginning of the Great Revival" deals with the three phases of the setting-up of the Communist Party, which still runs China as a single-party state and has 78 million members.

The young Mao is played by Liu Ye, and the film is part of the Communist Party's efforts to present a modern image.

In North America the distribution partnership will enable the film to be showcased via China Lion's exclusive deals with AMC for the U.S. and Toronto as well as Cineplex for Vancouver and Consolidated Theaters in Hawaii.

"As well as being highly anticipated by our core Chinese audience in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Toronto and Vancouver, and other key cities with large Chinese populations, the film will have the ability to cross over to a wider mainstream American audience interested in the historical background that the film portrays," China Lion CEO Milt Barlow said in a statement.

China Lion is a joint venture between prexy Jiang Yanming and Milt Barlow's New Zealand-based Incubate. It has a deal to distribute titles for some of China's leading studios including Huayi Bros., China Film Group, Golden Sun and Bona.

Pic has already generated controversy. Thesp Tang Wei, who was purged for her steamy role in Ang Lee's erotic thriller "Lust, Caution" but has been rehabilitated in recent months, was cast as Tao Yi, an early girlfriend of Mao's. However, Chairman Mao's grandson Mao Xinyu, a major-general in the People's Liberation Army, apparently intervened to have her cut out of the movie.

There was also some anger Stateside that the movie was being sponsored by General Motors, which was bailed out with government cash two years ago. Pic is being sponsored by Shanghai GM, which is GM's local partner but a separate company. The irony of Cadillacs being involved in a movie about the Communist Party says a lot about China today.

"Revival" is expected to make major waves at the Chinese box office after the huge success of "Founding," which was the top-performing Chinese movie two years ago. It's also a high-profile blast of nationalism at a time when the Chinese biz is booming, taking in $1.5 billion at the B.O. last year.
China makes dozens of propaganda films every year, but most of them fail to make a ripple beyond China's borders and are met with indifference by broader auds, even within China. "The Founding of a Republic" was of higher quality than the usual fare, however.

1 comment:

Kai Chen said...

Reply by sprout 15 hours ago

Kai, will you be seeing the movie, and does this propaganda movie include truth, such as Mao was a mass murder of millions of people? If you do see the movie, we would all appreciate your review and perspective on what percent is actually propaganda vs. truth.

Response by Kai Chen 1 second ago


No. I will not see the movie. I know everything about this kind propaganda without seeing it, based on my decades of experience with the communist regime. Yet, the interesting aspect of this movie is "calling for revolution (by communists to overthrow the authority 60 years ago)". Now the movie's producer can see the double edged sword may be cutting themselves as well.

The communist regime in China is in a panicky mode. Everything they do for their holding on power can be negatively used by the people wanting to overthrow the regime. The sad thing is there is no exposure and education to freedom in China, due to a deep-seeded despotic cultural roots in China. Thus whoever overthrow the communist regime may very well be themselves despotic in nature, much like what happens in Egypt.

Best. Kai Chen

Reply by Paul J. Quinn 4 minutes ago

Kai Chen; Of course we all need to see it. We need to know what kind of crap they're flinging so we know what to chuck back.

"Keep your friends close and your enemies closer".

Reply by Kai Chen just now

Paul: Indeed you may have to see it to know what the communist regime's propaganda is like. Hope the movie has English subtitles. But seeing Mao's love life as something to emulate indeed makes one want to throw up. The biggest mass murderer in human history, now printed on every bill of Chinese currency, is a hero in China for the Chinese to worship. This is the reason I cannot stomach it. Kai Chen

Reply by HC 3 minutes ago