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The New Yorker: How “Reeducated” Was Made

“Reeducated,” a new virtual-reality documentary from The New Yorker, brings viewers inside a Xinjiang prison camp, reconstructed from the memories of three former detainees. To create the film, Orynbek Koksebek, Erbaqyt Otarbai, and Amanzhan Seituly, all ethnically Kazakh men and ex-prisoners of the camp who are now living outside China, shared testimony about the facility, describing in detail everything from their daily schedules and experiences of torture to the distance between beds. The artist Matt Huynh brought their recollections to life in stark, evocative pen-and-ink drawings, which were then assembled by a team of animators into a three-dimensional space that allows viewers to experience a detention cell, an indoctrination classroom, and other parts of the camp. On Friday, the film received the Special Jury Recognition for Immersive Journalism in the Virtual Cinema category at SXSW.

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方案D 品韭同名

我是一名维吾尔人穆斯林

死在强制劳改营

安拉会为我证明

所以

请不要为我悲伤

请不要为我难过

因为我出来了

你就活不了

消极 (男)消极自由需要积极的个人主义来维护

@方案D #133507 Allahu Akbar!

solids Ñøñë

这个好!

/t/11366 的截图还是不如 360° 影片有感染力。

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