1961-1970AsianChinaChinese cinema under MaoDramaJun Li

Jun Li – Nong nu AKA Serfs (1963)

From the BFI website:
Drama about the exploitation of a Tibetan serf and his liberation by the People’s Liberation Army. Orphaned Jampa is brought up by his grandmother until she dies when he is twelve. The serf-owner Namgyal makes him a house serf and ill-treats him. Lamka, the sister of his blacksmith friend Gezong, tells him the P.L.A. has reached Tibet. Jampa, Gezong and the P.L.A defeat the plots of Namgyal and Thugpen, the hypocritical `living buddha’ and the serfs are emancipated.

From the DVD case:
The story exposes the dark and cruel ruling of the feudal serfdom in Tibet and the criminal rebelled activity of the upper elements. The film exhibits the hard life of mass serf and their struggle for liberalization with the guide of communists.

1.04GB | 1h 28mn | 716×537 | mkv




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