China a century of revolution.
"An astonishingly candid view of a once-secret nation with rare archival footage, insightful historical commentary and stunning eyewitness accounts from citizens who struggled through China's most decisive century" -- Container.
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Table of Contents:
- Disc 1. China in revolution. Battle for survival, 1911-1936 (58 min.) ; Fighting for the future, 1936-1949 (55 min.) / Ambrica Productions ; written and directed by Sue Williams ; co-director, Kathryn Dietz ; editor, Howard Sharp ; camera, Richard Gordon, Jean de Segonzac, Michael Chin ; music composed by Tan Dun ; produced by Sue Williams and Kathryn Dietz (1989, 113 min.)
- Disc 2. The Mao years. Catch the stars and moon, 1949-1960 (59 min.) ; It is right to rebel!, 1960-1976 (55 min.) / Ambrica Productions, in association with WGBH Television and Channel 4 Television UK ; written, produced and directed by Sue Williams ; coordinating producer, Kathryn Dietz ; edited by Howard Sharp ; camera, Bestor Cram ... [et al.] ; music composed by Tan Dun ; WGBH Educational Foundation (1994, 114 min.)
- Disc 3. Born under the red flag. Surviving Mao (55 min.) ; The new generation (57 min.) / Ambrica Productions, in association with WGBH Television and Channel 4 Television UK ; written, produced and directed by Sue Williams ; co-producer, Kathryn Pierce Dietz ; edited by John J. Martin ; camera, Bestor Cram, Simon Fanthorpe ; original music by Jason Kao Hwang ; WGBH Educational Foundation (1997, 112 min.).