The film "Parents" (tentative name), jointly produced by Inner Mongolia Film Group Co., Ltd. and Bona Film Group, with Yu Dong as the chief producer, Li Jinwen as the supervisor, and Er Dongsheng as the director, has been intensively prepared in Inner Mongolia and will be launched in April this year.
The film is adapted from the real historical event of "3000 orphans entering Inner Mongolia". It shows a panorama of the past of the Republic 60 years ago, which is forever engraved on the historical monument and flowing with the great love of the nation: New China suffered serious natural disasters, and a large number of orphans from the south faced the threat of insufficient nutrition. The Party Committee and the government of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, under the guidance of the central government, volunteered to receive more than 3000 orphans to the prairie, The herdsmen accepted and raised these orphans with a broad mind based on the principle of "receiving one, living one, and strengthening one", and achieved a good story of national unity and mutual help.
Er Dongsheng, the film director, has recently completed the scene survey in Hohhot, Xilingol League, Wulagai Grassland and surrounding areas, and is about to enter the production stage. Yu Dong, the general producer of the film and chairman of Bona Pictures, said that the film, as a tribute film to the centennial of the founding of the CPC, will be officially released in 2021!
From 1959 to 1961, New China encountered serious natural disasters, and a large number of orphans from the south faced the threat of malnutrition. To this end, Premier Zhou Enlai found his revolutionary comrade in arms for decades, Wulanfu, who was then the chairman of the government of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. After the two sides called, Ulanf immediately held a meeting, and finally decided to send the orphans in the south to Inner Mongolia to the local herdsmen to raise them Thus, from 1960 to 1963, nearly 3000 orphans from Shanghai and its surrounding areas arrived in Inner Mongolia across half China after a long journey. As "children of the country", they met kind-hearted parents on the vast Inner Mongolia prairie and grew up healthily in love and warmth that transcended regions and blood ties. The special era has created such a wonderful origin, but it is millions of ordinary and great Chinese people who enrich it into wonderful stories.