WorldCat Identities


Works: 11 works in 67 publications in 2 languages and 139 library holdings
Genres: Drama  Short films  Coming-of-age films  Nonfiction films  Documentary films  Gangster films 
Roles: Author, Director
Classifications: PN1997.2, 791.4372
Publication Timeline
Most widely held works by 張作驥
Dang ai lai de shi hou = When love comes by Zuoji Zhang( Visual )

16 editions published between 2010 and 2011 in Chinese and held by 35 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Laichun, a free spirited, young woman who struggles to co-exist in a household with her father, his two wives, and her developmentally disabled uncle
Mei li shi guang = The best of times by Zuoji Zhang( Visual )

14 editions published between 2001 and 2010 in Chinese and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The film following some of the Taiwanese' living mode as well as their struggling pain
Ba-- ni hao ma? by Zuoji Zhang( Visual )

12 editions published between 2009 and 2010 in Chinese and held by 18 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Disc 1: A father can have many different kinds of faces. Which one does your father have? Ten short segments show a different relationship between a father and his child, revealing complexities in the relationship. Disc 2: Includes four further stories on the relationship between father and child. Also includes documentary footage shot while the filmmaker traveled Taiwan for over six months, capturing scenes of children showing appreciation for their fathers
Zui, sheng meng si = Thanatos, drunk( Visual )

3 editions published between 2015 and 2016 in Chinese and held by 15 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Rat and his elder gay brother Shanghe live in an old house on the fringe of Taipei City. Rat works at a market vegetable stall and goes out with a mute woman who gets up to all sorts of craziness. Shanghe works for an entertainment company and dances in a gay nightclub. He is attracted to his cousin's boyfriend, Shuo, who is a gigolo. Shuo gets beaten up by his ex-client's brother, Ah Xiang, and his men at the behest of his sister. Ah Xiang, out for revenge because of a scar left by Rat, uses Rat's mute girlfriend to catch him. When alone with Ah Xiang, he attacks and stabs him suddenly with a hooked knife that he keeps around in his sling bag. Back at his home after escaping from Ah Xiang, he remembers the incident when he found his decomposing mother's corpse on the floor of her home. The movie ends with a silhouette of him hugging his mother at the river bank.--Wikipedia
Hu die = Soul of a demon by Zuoji Zhang( Visual )

8 editions published between 2008 and 2011 in Chinese and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

" hu die " zai lan yu bei cheng wei " e mo de ling hun ", yin wei ta pian pian fei wu de dong zuo, jing xiang ji le ren men si qu shi piao wu de ling hun . ceng yi (hei an zhi guang) (mei li shi guang) yang ming guo ji de dao yan zhang zuo ji, ji yi zhe ji ju te shu yu yi de (hu die) wei ta de xin zuo ming ming . chong man ji qiang xi ju zhang li de (hu die), ju qing miao shu yi ming gang chu yu de qing nian, dang ling ta ai hen jiao zhi de qin qing . ai qing jie zhong xiang ta xi lai, hui zhi bu qu de guo wang he en yuan you jin jin yao zhu ta de wei lai" ... ", shi yi chang yuan ben ling ren qi dai de tui bian zhong sheng, zui hou jing cheng le fei e pu huo ban de sheng ming bei ge
Shu jia zuo ye = A Time in Quchi by Zuoji Zhang( Visual )

4 editions published in 2014 in Chinese and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Following a prologue that invokes the motif of its Chinese title, "Summer Homework," the yarn unfolds via diary entries written by 10-year-old Guan Xiaobao (Yang Liang-yu), nicknamed Bao, recounting what he did during his vacation. Needing some space as they work out the terms of their divorce, Bao's parents bundle him off with his younger sister, Seaweed (Lin Ya-ruo), to stay with their grandfather (Guan Guan, aka Kuan Yun-loong) in Quchi, an outlying rural community not far from Taipei. Grandma passed away a year ago, but Grandpa's loneliness is carefully hidden beneath his jovial air and feigned peevishness. Eccentric is too conventional a term to describe the old codger, who spends hours painting faces on stones, and even orders Bao to greet one of them as a stand-in for Grandma at the dinner table. The symbolic meaning of his handicraft emerges over the course of the film, revealing the old man's romantic soul and Zen wisdom. The first half of the film is punctuated with voiceover excerpts from Bao's holiday assignment, in which he covers up his discontent with fake, upbeat rhetoric. As he befriends local brats Ming-chuan (Hsieh Ming-chuan), Steamed Bun (Wu Bing-jun), and class beauty Bear (Gao Shui-lian) at the village school, he falls in love with his surroundings and the diary entries begin to pour from his heart. Nothing overtly dramatic happens -- the tykes climb trees, catch crickets and rehearse a play -- but the rigorously pared-down script and near-invisible camera capture each child's individuality and myriad moods; what fascinates them becomes just as engrossing to audiences. Here and there, urban-vs.-rural stereotypes are slyly subverted, as when an aboriginal schoolgirl kicks Bao's ass in a beatboxing match. At around the 75-minute mark, unforeseen events occur, including a violent typhoon, forcing Bao to cross the threshold into adulthood. Although "A Time in Quchi" is lighter in tone than Chang's previous works, the fatalistic strain running through those films is also apparent here, turning the story into a meditation on transience. From the implied impact of Grandma's death on Grandpa to the embittered breakup of his parents' marriage, or even the rare glimpse of a peacock's tail, Bao's experiences teach him that everything comes and goes as abruptly as that typhoon. This truth is expressed in a quietly crushing scene when, instead of comforting Bao at a sad moment, Grandpa advises him to "get used to loneliness."--Maggie Lee,
Shi jia shi = 10 + 10 / Taibei Jin ma ying zhan zhi xing wei yuan hui ; chu pin ren Hou Xiaoxian ; jian zhi Wen Tianxiang by Tong Wang( Visual )

3 editions published in 2012 in Chinese and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"You jin ma ying zhan fa qi zhi <<10+10>> dian ying lian he chuang zuo ji hua, yao ji 10 wei Taiwan zi shen dao yan. 10 ming Taiwan xin rui dao yan, mei ren fen bie pai she wu fen zhong duan pian, yi "Taiwan te you" wei zhong xin ti zhi, bu xian xing shi yu ju ben nei rong, wan quan shou quan gei mei yi wei dao yan zi you fa hui. Xiang xiang yu chuang zuo. <<10+10>> yi wei zhe er shi wei dao yan jiang pai she chu pian chang yi bai fen zhong de dian ying, ci wai, jin ma ying zhan ye qi dai zhe ju he yi qi de ying xiang li, ji fa chu yuan chao guo ying pian ben shen de pang da neng liang! Zhe er shi bu "Taiwan te you" de duan pian, lei xing you wen xin, chun ai, jing song, ji lu, huang miu, hei se xi ju, she hui xie shi yi you mo huan xiang xiang, you jiu ri chong xian yi you dang dai xian kuang. Yi ti bao han le cheng xiang cha ju, shi dai bian qian, zi wo chao feng, xiao yuan bao li, jia zu qing gan, qing chun qing huai, mei ti li liang, li shi hui gu deng deng, quan mian guan zhao le Taiwan she hui guo qu zhe bai nian de bian qian, ye cong zhong tao xi chu li shi hong liu li bu ke huo wang de ji yi yu qing gan."--Container
"Huang di nei jing " mian bu zhen zhi shu jie mi by Zuoji Zhang( Book )

2 editions published in 2009 in Chinese and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ben shu shi zai<huang di nei jing> mian zhen shu li lun ji chu shang, Jie he xian dai mian zhen shu de yan jiu, Cong lin chuang shi yong jiao du xi tong jie shao le yan mian, E, Mu, Er, Bi, Kou, Chun, She ji mian bu shu xue de zhen liao fa

1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Audience Level
Audience Level
  Kids General Special  
Audience level: 0.78 (from 0.71 for Zui, sheng ... to 0.89 for "Huang di ...)

Alternative Names
Chang, Tso-chi, 1961-

Chang Tso-chi filmregisseur uit Taiwan

Zhang Zuoji 1961-

Чжан Цзоцзи

張, 作驥 1961-


張作驥, 1961-