Just watched a movie the other night about those "re-educating camps" under Mao Tse-Tung's China in the early 1970s.<quoted text> Concentration camps, err, I mean re-education resorts.
Children of parents who were independent thinkers and writers were also put in these camps. The two young men in the movie were also children of their parents' "reactionary" writings. They hoarded and hid books that would have gotten them killed had they been discovered.
The best thing about Netflix are the foreign movies - educational and entertaining at the same time.