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 CHIANG CH'ING: Talk to Newsreel and Motion Picture Workers, 1 February 1967

CHIANG CH'ING: Talk to Newsreel and Motion Picture Workers, 1 February 1967


            Chiang Ch'ing: "I haven't heard your opinions for a long time. Today I would like to hear from you."
   The representative of the Newsreel Studio summarized the general situation of the Cultural Revolution movement in the studio. In his remarks, he mentioned that the picture showing the Chairman's reception of Red Guards flatters Liu [Shao-ch'i] and Teng [Hsiao-p'ing].
   Chiang Ch'ing: "The first preview of The National Day film was not presentable so we returned it to the studio. It was even less so at the second preview, and we returned it again. Why was that? [By this time Comrade Chiang Ch'ing was very angry.] Have you struggled against Chao Hsin-ch'u? [Answer "We struggled against him once."] This fellow is a scoundrel! The film showing Chairman Mao's three receptions of Red Guards is entirely contrary to the spirit of the Eleventh Plenary Session [of the Eighth Central Committee] and flatters Liu [Shao-ch'i], Teng [Hsiao-p'ing], and T'ao [Ch'u]. The Chairman is utterly disgusted at being filmed. He was so when I first met him at Yenan. Many revolutionary photographers wanted to photograph the leader's things, but the Chairman didn't allow his office to be shown. However, those representatives of the bourgeoisie even fought over one such photograph. And Liu Shao-ch'i is a strange man. He always stands so close to the Chairman when he speaks to him, and when he makes a mistake, he unconsciously stands back a little.
   "When you return to the studio, can you edit the shots of Liu, Teng, and T'ao? I have had bitter fights with Chao Hsin-ch'u over this every time I met him. I once asked him, 'How can your ministry [i.e., the Ministry of Culture] be so completely devoted to the Liu-Teng line!' You should make him account for flattering Liu, Teng, and T'ao, struggle squarely against him, and thoroughly discredit everyone who should be struggled against."
   Someone suggested showing the picture of Liu Shao-ch'i and Wang Kuang-mei's visit to Indonesia together with that of Chairman Mao's reception of Red Guards.
   Chiang Ch'ing: "It may be used as educational material. The picture of Liu Shao-ch'i's visit to Indonesia propagandizes the capitalist palace life."
   Question: "Should we add commentary and reedit the picture?"
   Chiang Ch'ing: "Haven't you destroyed all the surplus film?"
Answer: "Not all, we still have some material left."
   Comrade Chiang Ch'ing then listened to the pros and cons of the two opposing groups of the Newsreel Studio.
   Chiang Ch'ing: "I can't solve concrete problems for you. If you don't have fundamental differences of principle, don't go to extremes. You should unite together on the basis of moving on the same general course.
   "Newsreels differ from feature films. The former should be realistic, not fictional. No matter how, you should produce pictures, you should report on major political events. Your studio is different from a radio broadcasting station. Radio stations have to broadcast everyday, but you should also turn out films and cannot stop production. If when the Chairman receives the Red Guards you don't produce a newsreel reporting the event, the little fighters will come and destroy your studio. You are running a newsreel studio which is charged with political tasks. Why can't you make some pictures concerning the Chairman's reception? You must try to produce something after you go back. Currently, we have to seize power, grasp revolution, and promote production. Since we now have plenty of black-and-white negatives, you should assign some pictures to your assistants to give them some experience. Some people have committed serious mistakes. As long as the contradictions are not those between the enemy and ourselves, we can supervise them and guard against their disfiguring the laboring people. If they don't work well, you can dock their wages. .. .
   "Revisionist pictures are not presentable. They are awfully low grade and mean. One can't sleep for several days after watching them. If a picture is not to portray workers, peasants, and soldiers, not to serve workers, peasants, and soldiers, why do we need it? Don't spoil films. Those pictures, having wasted people's money, spread poison gas and twist the life of workers, peasants, and soldiers. I was part of them and was very annoyed. The motion pictures Knew It Three Years Ago and Good Flowers and Round Moon are the worst ones. And Visit the Parents is very bad too. How could it be that everyone except a lonely old man in the village was dead? The Violent Storm by Chou Li-po was applauded up to heaven. However, his creative thought is that good men must die. That was the worst. Aren't your newsreels any better?"
   Group: "We have also produced quite a few 'poisonous weed' films. One picture Sweep the Five Airs viciously attacks the Great Leap Forward and attacks Chairman Mao. We have also produced Poet Tu Fu, Mei Lan-fang, Greet the Spring, In Rapid Current, etc."
   Chiang Ch'ing: "Why don't your newsreels reflect real life rather than cover these things? I would like to have a look at those poisonous weed pictures."
   Group: "Poet Tu Fu and Mei Lan-fang were both made under the advisorship of Ah-ying."
   Chiang Ch'ing: "Ah-ying [Ch'ien Hsing-ts'un] is a traitor. And how can Ch'ien Hsiao-chang and Hsu Hsiao-ping (power holders taking the capitalis.t road in the newsreel studio) be Red Flags? (Since the newsreel studio is a red flag unit of the old Central Propaganda Department and the old Culture Department) how could it let them enjoy their lives?"
Group: "Ch'ien Hsiao-chang has three secretaries."
Chiang Ch'ing: "I can't say I have even one secretary!"
   Representative of the August 1st Studio: "Chang Shao-t'ing is a soundrel. He gave four of our young men jobs as staff officers of the bureau."
   Chiang Ch'ing: "Don't covet official titles. The word 'chief’ should be smashed to pieces. Later on you get rid of any 'chiefs.' You should organize a people's commune."
   Representative of the Newsreel Studio: "The poisonous effect of the erroneous theory 'the redder, the blacker" left over in our studio by the work team is serious. As a result, many old comrades are afraid to speak. They aren't allowed to work."
   Chiang Ch'ing: "In this way the strike zone is too wide. I think we may let them work and we must believe that the majority of people are good. Can't all old members of the Peking Motion Picture Studio be employed? I think XXX has turned out several good pictures. Ideology can be remolded. XXX who has been transferred to the August 1st Studio greatly emphasizes his own style: a little bridge over a creek beside a house. He hardly knows how to produce a magnificent scene. February is right in his style. . . .
   "I have seen all the pictures he produced, and have spoken with him. But he just can't change. I hear that he still wishes to change."
   At this point, a comrade of the August 1st Studio summarized the status of the movement in his studio and the looting of combat readiness cameras and other materials.
   Chiang Ch'ing: "This is looting state property. It is a problem of principle—no small matter. It destroys production and combat readiness, and you should recover that equipment at once. The looters must be punished if they refuse to return it. You have complete authority to do so. You should consider the possibility that the looting of August 1st Studio equipment might have been instigated by scoundrels. [Comrade Chiang Ch'ing was very indignant at the posting of the slogan "Using an iron bar to protect the emperor" on the doors of P.L.A. fighters and the activities of roving struggle fighters.]
   "After the Eight-Point Directive was issued, was the situation any better?"
   Group: "Much better. But there is still a lot of equipment missing."
   Chiang Ch'ing: "Tell them to return it and arrest them if they disobey. That equipment is state property. One machine costs a great deal of money. As to the automobile, whoever drove it away should bring it back. If the automobile was damaged, the damage, however little, must be paid for by the person chiefly responsible. Besides, there must be no house search, as the Military Commission has given orders on this."
Group: "They have also seized the seal."
Chiang Ch'ing: "What is Ch'en Po doing?"
   Group: "He is feeding himself up to a fat head and big ears at Tienshui."
   Chiang Ch'ing: "You can't let them just enjoy themselves. Ch'en Po is really bad. In one of their films about military reclamation, the backdrop to the song adoring Chairman Mao was opium poppy. When I mentioned this, they said poppies can be found everywhere in Hsinkiang. And they insist on doing things their way. The masses also differ about this. The film Lei Feng is very bad. The Chairman's portrait in it is not serious enough. Lei Feng is a biographical film, and yet they attributed Lei Feng's deeds to Wang Ta-li, who was only mediocre. Men like Ch'en Po should be seized and struggled against. We should overthrow and discredit them thoroughly, not jet-speed through the matter. Chairman Mao has taught us that only when we investigate and study, grasp a great volume of facts, and use the facts for reasoning, can we stand undefeated."
   A comrade from the Newsreel Studio then summarized the case of Wang Shou-hsiang who in the early period of criticizing the bourgeois reactionary line, faithfully carried out the bourgeois reactionary line. For this, Wang only apologized to middle-level cadres and was allowed to resume work, but he could not regain his reputation among the masses. Comrade Chiang Ch'ing was angry at this and said, "How could this happen in your studio?"
   Group: "Wang Shou-hsiang also proposed to give the black elements five democracies, saying that it was directed by the Central [Committee]."
   Chiang Ch'ing: "We have directed no such thing. You should tell them to do labor work and give an account of themselves. They should labor in the day time and write out their explanations at night. . . .
   "You overlooked the arch offenders. And so they can sleep soundly. Hsia Yen, Ch'en H'uang-mei, and others sleep soundly every day. While we are all hard at work from morning till night, they live an easy life."
Group: "We once struggled against Hsiung Fu."
   Chiang Ch'ing: "It's questionable whether Hsiung Fu is a Communist Party member or not. Why didn't you struggle against Hsiao Wang-tung? You should have done so. The masses want to struggle against Hsiao Wang-tung but T'ao Ch'u protected him, and sent him to a hotel and a hospital, saying that he was sick. Actually, he was in high spirits enough atop the Tien-an-Men and in better health than I. Several vice ministers of the new as well as the old Ministry of Culture are very mean. They have shielded several black elements. It could be dangerous if you don't struggle against them and seize power from them. . . .
   "Ghosts and monsters can't do any harm. You must strictly guard against landlords, rich peasants, counterrevolutionaries, bad elements, and rightists. Only leftists may rebel; rightists are not allowed to cause disturbance."
   The group asked: "In accordance with the C.C.P. Central Committee directive concerning intensification of public security work, can we request the Personnel and Security Section to publish the list of landlords, rich peasants, counterrevolutionaries, bad elements, and rightists? Many of the masses in our studio don't know."
   Chiang Ch'ing: "Why not? Publish it for everyone to see. You revolutionary masses may publish it. Right in one photography section of the Peking Studio, there are two [Kuomintang] Central Bureau of Statistics agents. How acute and complicated the class struggle in cultural departments is!
   "You must unite the masses. The proletarian revolutionaries should be broadminded [towards everyone]. Can a handful of individuals like you do everything? You must allow others to correct their mistakes, you must learn from past mistakes to avoid future mistakes, you must heal sickness to save people, find people in common and tolerate dissidents, unite the majority, and isolate the handful of capitalist-roaders. The motion picture circle has become much too complicated. You must not be too sure of yourselves. If you have been denied the truth, admit it. You should also keep vigilant as to whether there is any one pulling strings behind the scenes. After all, for whom do you seize power? [The group answered: "We seize power for the proletariat."] Without making a great alliance, can you succeed in seizing power? You wouldn't be able to keep the power even if you seized it. You must go back and discuss this. Now you blame each other so violently, I can't tell which group is correct, and which is incorrect. However, one thing you must keep in mind: Don't be swindled. Currently there is some deviation going on. Certain people are directing the spearhead of the struggle towards the very centre of the masses. Still others are playing tricks by creating a proletarian headquarters. You must be on the alert against fighting at random. The worst thing would be to arouse a war among the masses, especially within literary and art groups. Now you two sides are angry with each other. You weren't so angry in struggling against those in authority taking the capitalist road, but are as angry as you are now over this internal matter. There must be someone pulling strings behind the scenes. Some of your activities such as cutting telephone lines and tailing automobiles were odd and probably were not thought up by an ordinary young man. You must be on the alert. Since now you have isolated those in authority taking the capitalist road and let them sit atop a hill to watch tigers fighting they live an enjoyable life.
   "You should unite in anger, that is to say, struggle against the handful of persons in authority taking the capitalist road and the handful of people obstinately persisting in the bourgeois reactionary line. I hope individual fighting organizations will overcome small group mentality, eliminate 'self-interest,' and implement a great alliance. Both sides within your organizations must do self-criticism. As long as your problem doesn't involve basic rights and wrongs, you will unite together. You young people are prone to subjectivism and one-sidedness. For the undertaking of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution and for the over-all great power seizure, you must go back and open-mindedly rectify yourselves. I suggest you seriously study the editorial of the third issue of the Red Flag magazine. Yesterday's People's Daily [January 31] had a well written article under the title 'Get Rid of Self-interest, Forge a Great Alliance of Revolutionary Rebels.' It was written by the Third Headquarters [of the capital's Red Guards]. I would like to read a paragraph to you: 'We are carrying on two revolutions at once: one is to transform the objective world and the other is to transform our subjective world. We are also carrying on simultaneously two kinds of struggle for the seizure of power: one is to seize power from those in authority who are taking the capitalist road and the other is to seize power from the self-interest in our minds. Only when we have seized power completely from the self-interest in our minds, is it possible to ensure complete victory in the struggle to seize power from those in authority who are taking the capitalist road.' [At this point Comrade Chiang Ch'ing commented, "Without individuals there will be no groups. It is a unity of contradictions. This article was very well written, and I suggest that our comrades read it carefully. There are over 1,000 people in the August 1st Studio, and over 700 people in [the] Newsreel Studio. You two studios can't unite with each other." Comrade Chiang Ch'ing then continued to read.] 'To seize power in one's mind is a painful process. But such a struggle must be waged. Such a struggle calls for the courageous spirit that is needed to bayonet the enemy. The best way of conducting that struggle is to follow Chairman Mao's teachings, plunge ourselves into the mighty torrent of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution in the factories and villages, and integrate ourselves with the workers and peasants. Integration of intellectuals with the workers and peasants is the only way for intellectuals to overcome their weak points and revolutionize themselves. The great alliance of revolutionary workers and revolutionary peasants is the core and mainstay of the great alliance of proletarian revolutionaries throughout the country.”
   "You should study this article carefully. I also suggest that you carefully study 'On the Correct Handling of Contradictions Among the People.' In dealing with contradictions among the people, you should be lenient with others, think more of the weakness in yourselves, and less of the weakness in others. As you are still young, you young people must understand each other. You should sit down calmly, learn how to consult with others broadmindedly, and adopt an attitude of unity. You should trust in the Chairman's teachings that the majority of people are good. It's good to practice small group mentality behind closed doors."
   Question: "How should we treat those who were denied the truth when criticizing the bourgeois reactionary line and are now disillusioned?"
   Chiang Ch'ing: "They are the masses. We should adopt a welcoming attitude and unite with them. . . .
   "We aren't seizing power for individuals or a small group; we are seizing power for the proletariat. And to seize great power calls for a great alliance. Of course our alliance isn't a political compromise by combining two into one, but a unity for struggle. Comrades, think how the literary and art circles engage in the Great Cultural Revolution. It's now time to seize power. . . .
   "It will be dangerous if you don't seize power into your hands. You must rectify yourselves openmindedly, must unite, unite greatly, seize power greatly, and guard against provocation by scoundrels. At any rate, newsreel production will continue. How many photographing stations are there in the whole country?"
Group: "Twenty-seven."
   Chiang Ch'ing: "Some [sic] out all units that should be sent out."
Group: "Should we send out every unit?"
   Chiang Ch'ing: "Some probably need more emphasis than others."
   Group: "There still is the question about which we would like to request your instruction."
   Chiang Ch'ing: "No need to request instruction. We are all comrades."
   Group: "What do we do about the films of the Ya-Hsin-Hui?"
   Chiang Ch'ing: "You should first discuss it among yourselves and organize a small team for the preparatory work. The decision can be made after the great alliance is done."
   Group: "Comrade Chiang Ch'ing we would like to ask one more question. You mentioned a while ago that we could not suspend production completely, [Comrade Chiang Ch'ing interrupted by saying, "Newsreels should continue to be produced."] what should we do if the two opposing groups still have differences?"
   Chiang Ch'ing: "You should dissolve the differences through discussion. You should learn how to discuss, how to do self-criticism, and study how to do Party affairs well. Time is up; I still have other things to do, and I hope to talk to you again later. Comrades, go back and think about it: how to make the Great Cultural Revolution in literary and art circles?"
   Group: "Comrade Chiang Ch'ing, kindly give our regards to Chairman Mao."
            Chiang Ch'ing: "Thank you all."

[A Red Guard document translated in Issues and Studies (Taipei), vol. ix, no. 9 (June 1973). Transcribed for www.wengewang.org]
  
  
  

 
 
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江青戚本禹对中央新闻纪录制片厂群众代表的讲话
江青 戚本禹
1967.02.01




〖被接见的还有八一电影制片厂的革命群众代表〗



江青:今天想听听同志们的意见。

(新影厂代表们汇报了新影厂的运动情况、生产情况,并谈了关于毛主席接见红卫兵的影片的情况)

江青:毛主席第一、二、三次接见红卫兵的影片,能不能改一改,把刘、邓、陶的镜头剪掉,重新整一整。(答:可以)有人问我建议把刘少奇、王光美访问印尼的片子拿出来和毛主席接见红卫兵的片子一起上演,对比,对比。

戚本禹:还有人提出要将赫鲁晓夫访问美国片子也一起演,这样可以看出许多问题。

新影代表:刘少奇访问印尼还有些材料。可以重新编。

江青:不是说那些编余的片子都烧了吗?

新影代表:可能还留有很多资料。

戚本禹:你看,文化部至今还在欺骗我们。

江青:毛主席接见红卫兵的影片上演,这是件很重要的事,这关系到许多革命小将。新闻电影厂就好象我们的报纸,是经常要做些报道工作的,你们(指新影)两派观点若没有什么大原则的分歧,是不是可以合起来?当然这并不是把两派的政治观点合二而一。

(八一厂代表汇报了一些厂里情况:厂里有些组织互相砸,还有抄家的,有的砸开了战备仓库,摄影机被抢走了。)

江青:砸、抢、抄家,这都不好,还是要讲道理。战备物资要保管好,要爱护国家财产,抢走的送回来了吗?(答:送回来了)以后不许再抢,这是破坏行为,破坏生产,破坏战备,要注意后面有坏人操纵,抢走的物资命令他们送回来,若不送回来,要逮捕问罪。

(八一厂代表:有的组织深夜抢走制片局大印,就说是夺权了。新影代表:我们厂也有这种现象。)

江青:拿走大印,不等于就是夺权。

戚本禹:那属于封建夺权。

(八一代表:有的人在警卫战士宿舍门上贴一张“铁杆保皇”,战士就给撕了,于是被斗一顿,脸上抹了黑,身上插了草,最后限二十四小时赶出八一厂。)

江青: (很气愤)这简直是胡闹,是对解放军的污辱。

戚本禹:要是我,也要把它撕掉。

江青:八一厂的陈播在哪儿?

(八一答:在天水,现在养得很胖,肥头大耳。)

江青:不能让这些人舒服,陈播拍了个军垦的片子之中,有一首是歌颂毛主席的歌子,却用一种樱粟花(大烟花)作背景,看了很不舒服,当时就给他们提了意见,他却说新疆到处是这种花,不愿意改。你是演过雷锋吗?(答:是)我看了你们那部片子,觉得很不满意,为什么把雷锋的许多事情却给了那个中间人物(王大力)?还是在写中间人物。周立波的小说“暴风骤雨”被一些人吹捧,他的创作思想那就是好人最后就要死,很坏。这些人要揪来斗,但不必搞“喷气式”。新闻纪录电影厂与故事片厂不同,新闻影片不能弄虚作假,要突出政治,但不管怎样都要生产。你们新影厂要报道重大事件,现在已经进入了夺权,全面夺权。你们也需要夺权,把革命的领导权,生产权夺过来。只要不是敌我矛盾,就要注意要允许人家革命,要孤立一小撮敌人。你们两派之间的问题,实际也是夺权,可现在你们指责的很厉害,我看你们应该联合起来,加强团结。有一点要指出的就是不要上当。当前有这样个苗头,就是那些党内走资本主义道路的当权派把斗争的矛头引向内部,搞些假象,来炮打无产阶级司令部。现在你们斗当权派没有那样大的气,斗自己人却那么大气,这要注意有人在背后挑拨,而把当权派放在一边没人管了。

你们要注意,搞说理斗争,要把是非分清,多做一些深入调查研究工作,掌握住他们大量的材料,斗争中才能立于不败之地。

新文化部和旧文化部是一回事,新文化部一直顽固地执行刘、邓、陶的路线,肖望东、赵辛初很坏。毛主席第四次接见红卫兵(六六年国庆节)的片子,他送来给我们看了两次。第一次就发现了问题,给打回去了。第二次送来,还不如头一次,我很气,当时就对他们说:“你们完全违背了八届十一中全会的精神”,看了一半,我就不看了。他们尽力的美化刘、邓、陶,而这些人也总是凑上去跟主席讲话,刘少奇这些资产阶级人物,就是爱争镜头,犯了错误就该往后边站一站嘛!只有资产阶级才这样抢镜头,这是陶铸他们安排好了的。毛主席最不喜欢给他拍电影,在延安我认识主席时就是这样,我知道革命的摄影师都是想多拍一些领袖的资料。

(新影代表还揭发了熊复的问题)

江青:(接着说)熊复是不是共产党员还是个问题!他们都坏透了。赵辛初你们斗过了吗?(新影答:斗过一次)

戚本禹:要好好斗斗他们,有些人根本就没有斗倒、斗垮、斗臭。

江青:象陈荒煤、夏衍、肖望东等,现在他们倒舒服了你们要有气向他们出,不要让他们在一边,坐山观虎斗,我们自己每天斗来斗去,睡不好觉,都瘦了,可他们在那里睡大觉,可胖了。这不行,不能叫他们把我们搞瘦。我们要把他们搞瘦,要叫他们睡不好觉,要经常的斗,白天让他们劳动,晚上要他们写材料交待罪行,每天交一份。

(新影代表:根据公安六条规定,能否把地、富、反、坏、右等的名单公布?以便监督)

戚本禹:你们厂人员情况,你们还不了解吗?

新影代表:人保科说是人事保密。

江青:他们为地、富、反、坏、右保密!革命群众自己可以公布,要严防他们搞破坏,只许左派造反,不许右派翻天。

新影代表:对于过去确实有些“保”的人,现在有些醒悟了,怎么对待他们?

江青:那要欢迎他们,团结他们。你们新影,不管哪一派,只要革命,在这个大前提下,就要共同搞好文化大革命。你们说:你们是为自己夺权,还是为无产阶级夺权呀!(答:为无产阶级夺权。)对替无产阶级夺权,希望你们各战斗组织要放下一切私心杂念,要好好学习几篇主席著作,如“关于正确处理人民内部矛盾问题”要严格区别敌我矛盾和人民内部矛盾,“关于纠正党内错误思想”等。好好学习一下《红旗》第三期社论,和首都三司写的一篇文章“打倒私字实行革命造反派大联合”,这篇文章写的很有水平,他们说:“我们同时进行着两个革命:改造客观世界的革命,和改造主观世界的革命”我们同时进行着两个夺权斗争:“夺党内走资本主义道路当权派的权,夺自己头脑中‘私’字的权。”

(江青同志带着我们一起学习了这篇文章)

我的头脑里也有光明面,也有阴暗面,我就时刻告戒自己头脑里的阴暗面。我建议同志们回去好好学习这些文章,你们两个厂有多少人?(新影答:七百人。八一厂答:一千多人)你们两个厂这么些人都联合不起来,全国怎么联合呀?要想想我们为谁夺权。应该多看别人优点,多看自己弱点,(江青同志问了一些同志的年纪)你们都很年轻嘛!说话时火气大,你们应该互相谅解。多做些自我批评,把气向敌人出自己内部要团结,用主席的思想,团结-批评-团结的公式,要相信大多数是好人,总关门主义,小团体主义也不对,可以联合起来,在斗争中求联合,为了无产阶级夺权的伟大事业,建议你们是否可以搞开门整风,开展批评。

新影代表:我厂有因为观点不同而不让搞生产的现象,这怎么办?

江青:两派观点不同,要协商,要心平静气的谈一谈,怎样把党的事业搞好。电影是教育人民的锐利武器,我们要反映工农兵,因为什么都是工农创造出来的,兵也是穿了军装的工农。过去我看了几部片子,比如“三年早知道”、“花好月圆”、“探亲记”等,这些片子严重的歪曲了我们国家的农民形象,但过去没有人出来进行批判,广东厂还有个“逆风千里”,这是很毒的。

新影代表:过去黑帮们也利用新闻纪录电影放毒,出了很多毒草片,如“横扫五气”是直接攻击毛主席的,还有“迎春”“诗人杜甫”、“梅兰芳”、“在激流中”等,旧中宣部和旧文化部还说新影是红旗单位。

江青:这些片子我们还都没看过,有机会你们拿给我们看看。钱筱章、徐肖冰(原厂长)这些人还算“红旗”?国家花了那么多钱,兴建设备,不但不能为人民服务,反而放毒,就糟踏了人民财产,那还要它干什么?

新影代表:过去工作队在厂里留下了在黑帮时期“越红越黑”的谬论,至今余毒很深,使很多老同志不敢讲话,也不让他们工作。

江青:这样打击面太宽了,你们让他们工作,你们(指另一派)不让他们工作,我看可以让他们工作,要相信大多数是好的。一些人犯有严重错误的,只要不是敌我矛盾,你们可以监督他们工作,让他们老实工作,不好好干就扣他的工资。

戚本禹:这个办法很好,对他们还是很灵的。

江青:北影的老人,一个都不能用吗?

新影代表:不能这样,有的还是可以用的。

江青:我看××也还总有几部好片子,思想可以进行改造,八一厂×××也总强调他那小桥流水人家的风格,我把他的片子都调来看了看,确实是那种风格,“二月”那部片子很为夏,陈所欣赏。他是我们培养出来的,他表示愿意改过来。

总之,你们要联合起来,没有革命的大联合,夺了权也会丢掉的。

戚本禹:凡夺权好的,都是联合的好,上海夺权的经验是很宝贵的(新影代表:王守,新影新当权派)在作平反工作时,特别给那些被群众冲击的中层领导干部平反,要给黑帮五大权利,说这是根据中央指示。)

江青:有这种事?

戚本禹:那大概是他们的“中央”吧!

(新影代表谈二派都各自派摄影人员外出工作的问题)

江青:你们是在搞两个“公司”,你们也派,他们(指另一派)也派,能不能联合起来搞?要有个核心,组织一下,八一厂也要注意这些,你们抢机器可能有坏人挑动,要注意。两派观点不同,可以求同存异,你们厂(指新影厂)虽然不同于广播局,天天广播,但要经常出片子,不能全部停产,要为无产阶级政治服务。你们这一派要警惕背后不要受坏人利用;你们(指另一派)也不要受蒙蔽。你们可以搞个联合小组,抓革命促生产。你们若再联合不起来,主席接见红卫兵的影片还不能出,我看社会上左派要来砸你们了,背后若有坏人的,一定要看到,受蒙蔽的就要承认。无产阶级革命派,应该胸怀宽广。

这个厂那个厂的,官僚机构太多了,为什么不能搞些人民公社?关于串联问题,现在搞大夺权,不适合再外出串联了。

八一厂你们也要联合起来,搞大联合,你们回去好好想一想,文学艺术界的革命到底应该如何搞,电影方面你们可以互相串串(这时戚本禹同志催江青同志到总理那去开会)好吧,今天使我学到了不少东西,获得许多感性知识,你们厂里的情况,也是社会上的普遍现象,过去我对你们关心很少,请你们原谅。我谈的意见不一定都对,供你们在斗争中参考,最后希望你们在马列主义毛泽东思想的基础上联合起来,抓好革命,促好生产!

(最后代表们请江青同志转达毛主席:祝他老人家身体健康)。

江青:(连连点头)谢谢大家,谢谢大家。


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