【禁聞】勞教制度下的婦孺 兩記錄片首映

【新唐人2013年05月01日訊】揭露「馬三家勞教所酷刑黑幕的記錄片《小鬼頭上的女人》,和揭露2600名「被勞教少年」死亡真相的《大堡小勞教》,5月1號,將在香港和台灣同步首映。兩部作品的題材、內容,同時尖銳的批判了中國的勞教制度,尤其《小鬼頭上的女人》,直接觸碰了中共最敏感的法輪功被迫害問題。下面就一起來關注這兩部令人心酸的記錄片。

《小鬼頭上的女人》,記錄了發生在瀋陽市「馬三家女子勞教所」的真實故事。片中通過幾名親身經歷者描述在勞教所遭受的非人道待遇。她們訴說:「上訪人和法輪功學員被女警察用小號、抻(chen)刑、十字吊、懸空掛、老虎凳等酷刑折磨,甚至被要求躺著數個月不洗澡。」

而《大堡小勞教》則記述了1958年期間,四川大堡的「小勞教」們勞教生涯的慘痛經歷。

當年被強迫送往大堡的「小勞教」總數在四、五千人,小的十歲,大的十七歲,他們當中因為高強度的勞作、飢荒、疾病和虐待等致死者,達2600人之多。

香港《開放》雜誌編輯蔡詠梅表示,她很佩服中國大陸的媒體人。蔡詠梅特別提出,《小鬼頭上的女人》導演杜斌,是一個很有勇氣和同情心的媒體人。

香港《開放》雜誌執行主編蔡詠梅:「他(杜斌)說現在勞教所裏面的人員一半是上訪人員,一半是法輪功學員,它(勞教所)有個功能是改變這些人的信念,上訪人員要放棄上訪,法輪功學員要放棄你的法輪功的信仰。我覺得她們是非常的堅強,她們反對迫害遭受這種很殘酷的報復,受到很大的肉體酷刑的折磨。」

而「前中山大學」中文系教授、獨立記錄片導演艾曉明也表示,《大堡小勞教》填補了關於中國勞教史的一個很重要的空白。

前中山大學中文系教授艾曉明:「還有今天的人們,在這樣一個社會裏,普遍一個狀態就是抹殺這些苦難,它主張冷漠、麻木和遺忘。但是我覺得,像謝貽卉、曾伯炎,他們都以非凡的勇氣和毅力,去挖掘了中國人的這一段痛史。從記錄片的角度來講是一個非常重要的突破和推進。」

《大堡小勞教》的導演謝貽卉,跟隨1958年被打成右派,當時在《四川日報》任職的曾伯炎,走訪了大批親歷者。據曾伯炎考證,「四川沙坪勞教所」至今的官方歷史文件中,僅提到:成功改造六萬五千多人輸送社會,卻只字不提「小勞教」們大規模死亡事件。

時事評論員林子旭表示,看到這些消息,他感覺中國社會有一些大的變化,因為不僅僅是越來越多的中國人覺醒了,他們還在積極的想要為同胞做些甚麼。

時事評論員林子旭:「真名實姓的揭露中共的勞教所黑窩,這等於是把老中共的老底兒都掀出來了,特別是對於勞教所的揭露,直接觸碰到了中共最敏感的法輪功被迫害的問題,這在幾年前是根本無法想像的,中共最害怕的就是民眾內心釋放出來的正義與勇氣,打倒共產黨這樣的話,越來越多的被中國人勇敢的喊了出來了,我真的感覺看到希望了。」

艾曉明還表示,因為這兩個作品尖銳的批判了中國的現實,因此,不可能在大陸上映,不過,人們可以突破網路封鎖在網上看。

艾曉明:「現實中那麼多的民眾遭受了這個強迫勞教的痛苦。不僅在社會上,在法律界,一直有廢除勞教制度的呼聲,就是中央政府也有這個決定,就是要在今年要做勞教制度的改革。那當然,我是主張廢除這個萬惡的勞教制度。」

不過,蔡詠梅擔心,杜斌回到中國大陸將受到當局的懲罰。

採訪編輯/常春 後製/李勇

Two Documentary Films on China’s Reeducation-Through-Labor

Two documentary films are scheduled to be screened
in Hong Kong and Taiwan on May 1st.
One is “Above the Ghosts’ Heads:
The Women of Masanjia Labour Camp”;
The other is “Juvenile Laborers Detained in Dabao”.

The two movies have unveiled the darkness of China’s
reeducation-through-labor (RTL) system.
In particular, the film “Above the Ghosts’ Heads”
touches the issue of the persecution of Falun Gong,
this is a taboo topic for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Let’s see more news about these two poignant films.

The film “Above the Ghosts’ Heads” tells the true stories
of what happened to detainees in Masanjia Female RTL Camp in Shenyang city.
Several witnesses recount their personal experiences
of inhumane sufferings there.
They say that “The petitioners and Falun Gong practitioners
were subject to many tortures inside the camp.
The tortures include being locked in solitary confinement,
being hanged up or tied in a body-tearing position,
or being strapped to a tiger bench
with hands and feet tied together.
They were even required to lie down for months,
and banned from taking a shower.”

The movie “Juvenile Laborers Confined in Dabao”
records the painful experiences had by RTL detainees in Sichuan’s Dabao town in 1958.

A total of over 4,000 juveniles were forcibly sent to be
detained in an RTL camp located in Dabao, their ages ranged from 10 – 17.
The high intensity of labor, famine, disease and
mistreatment claimed 2,600 lives.

Tsai Yung-Mei, editor of Hong Kong’s Open magazine,
says that she admires China’s media professionals.
She says that Du Bin, director of “Above the Ghosts’ Heads”,
is courageous and compassionate.

Tsai Yung-Mei: “Du Bin said that in China,
half of the RTL detainees are the petitioners,
and the other half are Falun Gong practitioners.
The RTL camps serve to change these people’s faith.
The detained petitioners are forced to give up
their petitioning, and the Falun Gong practitioners,
to give up their belief in Falun Gong.
I think they were strong-willed in resisting the persecution
and in suffering such brutal physical torture.”

Ai Xiaoming, China’s independent documentary filmmaker,
comments.
He thinks the film “Juvenile Laborers Confined in Dabao”
fills a very important gap in the history of China’s RTL.

Ai Xiaoming: “Today, there are still some people who argue
that we should cover up these sufferings in the real world,
that we should show apathy and numbness
towards this truth and forget.
But in my view, people like Xie Yihui and Zeng Boyan
have extraordinary courage and perseverance.
They have unearthed this shocking period
in China’s painful history.
That is a very important breakthrough and an advance,
from the perspective of documentary.”

Xie Yihui is the director of “Juvenile Laborers
Confined in Dabao”.
Xie accompanied Zeng Boyan, an ex-journalist,
he also interviewed a large number of witnesses.
Zeng has verified all the official files in the history of
Sichuan Shaping RTL Camp, which only mention
“successful transformation of over 65,000 people
for their rehabilitation and return to society.”
None of these documents speak of the massive
numbers of deaths of those juvenile detainees.

Critic Lin Zixu believes that China may see some
big changes soon, after this shocking news.
Lin states that besides awakening, more Chinese people
are now making efforts to help their fellow compatriots.

Lin Zixu: “People use their real names to expose the RTL
camps, they actually disclose the CCP’s darkest scandals.
It is all directed at the CCP’s taboo topic,
the persecution of Falun Gong.
Back a few years ago, no one dared to do such a thing.

What the CCP fears most is the inner sense of justice
and courage that the people will surely release.
So far, more Chinese people have dared to shout
『Down with the CCP’.
I really feel that now there is real hope for China.”

Ai Xiaoming remarks that the two films make a searing
criticism of the reality that is today’s China.
So of course any screening in China
will be impossible.
He recommends that the public circumvent the official
internet censorship blocks and watch the movies online.

Ai Xiaoming: “China has numerous real-life RTL victims.

The community and law professionals have
called for abolishing the RTL for years.
The central authority has also promised to
reform the RTL system this year.
I support the abolition of this extremely evil RTL system.”

Nevertheless, Tsai Yung-Mei is worried that Du Bin may
be subjected to punishment if one day he returns to China.

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