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Hong Kong Cinema: The Ex. .has been added to your Cart. Author Stephen Teo convincingly debunks the commonplace notion that Hong Kong consistently produced movies of "dubious aesthetic quality"; he uncovers the remarkable range and versatility of the city's cinema.

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Stephen Teo (Author). If you're looking for true insight into the development of Hong Kong cinema, be sure to check out this informative yet entertaining work. While some other books on HK cinema are all flash and recommend the same few titles over and over, this book looks far beyond the surface.

Автор: Stephen Teo Название: Hong Kong Cinema: The Extra Dimensions Издательство: Springer . Описание: Offering a groundbreaking study of Taiwan cinema, this book is the first study in English to cover its entire history.

Описание: Offering a groundbreaking study of Taiwan cinema, this book is the first study in English to cover its entire history.

Product Dimensions: . x . inches. Covering a period from 1909 to the "end of Hong Kong cinema" in the present day, this book features information about the films, the studios and the personalities that have shaped this kind of cinema. It includes studies of the films of King Hu, Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan, as well as those of John Woo and the directors of the various "New Waves.

Stephen Teo. It includes studies of the films of King Hu, Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan, as well as those of John Woo and the directors of the various "New Waves".

This book offers a history of Hong Kong cinema in the postwar period.

Covering a period from 1909 to the "end of Hong Kong cinema" in the present day, this book features information about the films, the studios and the personalities that have shaped this kind of cinema. It includes studies of the films of King Hu, Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan.

Hong Kong Cinema enhances our understanding and enjoyment of the films of such legendary figures as King Hu, Bruce Lee, and Jackie Chan, moving up to date with the work of John Woo and the directors of the various "New Waves. Результаты поиска по книге

Hong Kong Cinema enhances our understanding and enjoyment of the films of such legendary figures as King Hu, Bruce Lee, and Jackie Chan, moving up to date with the work of John Woo and the directors of the various "New Waves. Результаты поиска по книге. Результаты 1 – 3 из 44. Стр. 122 Chapter Nine Jacky Chan: The Other Kung Fu Dragon Hong Kong actors tend to emphasise the physical art of performing and Jacky Chan is the one actor who best proves the rule Стр. 124 Before examining his career as a director, it is useful t.

In The Hong Kong Filmography, 1977-1997, John Charles described The Contract as "totally disarming and one of The Hui's Brothers most consistently amusing efforts" while Stephen Teo in his book Hong Kong Cinema: the Extra Dimensions wrote "Michael Hui ended the decade with.

In The Hong Kong Filmography, 1977-1997, John Charles described The Contract as "totally disarming and one of The Hui's Brothers most consistently amusing efforts" while Stephen Teo in his book Hong Kong Cinema: the Extra Dimensions wrote "Michael Hui ended the decade with arguably his best film".

Covering a period from 1909 to the "end of Hong Kong cinema" in the present day, this book features information about the films, the studios and the personalities that have shaped this kind of cinema. It includes studies of the films of King Hu, Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan.

Comments: (2)

Whitehammer
There is no denying the author knows his subject and is able to expound voluminously upon it. The book, however is dry, tedious and devoid of illustrations.
Mardin
If you're looking for true insight into the development of Hong Kong cinema, be sure to check out this informative yet entertaining work. While some other books on HK cinema are all flash and recommend the same few titles over and over, this book looks far beyond the surface. I found myself reaching to re-read sections over and over after viewing different films, wanting to refresh my memory on the stories behing their directors, stars, and genres as a whole.

Definitely recommended for those seriously interested in improving their appreciation of Hong Kong cinema.
Hong Kong Cinema: The Extra Dimensions download epub
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Author: Stephen Teo
ISBN: 0851705146
Category: Humor & Entertainment
Subcategory: Movies
Language: English
Publisher: British Film Institute; 1997 edition (September 26, 1997)
Pages: 319 pages