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How East Asian films are reshaping national identities : essays on the cinemas of China, Japan, South Korea, and Hong Kong

Author: Andrew David Jackson; Michael Gibb; Dave White
Publisher: Lewiston, N.Y. : Edwin Mellen Press, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presents a collection of essays that explores the mosaic of East Asian cinema by focusing on issues of identity, history and trans-regional cultural flow within this dynamic region.

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew David Jackson; Michael Gibb; Dave White
ISBN: 9780773454989 0773454985
OCLC Number: 86087667
Description: xvi, 275 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Natural culturalism in Narayamabushi-kô (The ballad of Narayama): a study of Shōhei Imamura's thematic concerns / Lee Wood Hung --
History, film and national myth: the Opium War revisited / Martin Gieselmann --
Cinematic representations of the Chinese Cultural Revolution / Ming-May Jessie Chen --
After the Fin de Siècle: the post-nostalgic imagination in Qianyan wanyu (Ordinary Heroes) and Fruit Chan's Xilu xiang (Little Cheung) / Vivian Lee --
Neither here nor there: positive responses to modernity in South Korean film / Michael Gibb and Andrew Jackson --
The new cinematic language of South Korean film / Andrew Jackson --
The little (Chinese) mermaid, or importing "Western" femininity in Lou Ye's Suzhou he (Suzhou River) / Sean Metzger --
The mainland "other" in the Hong Kong commercial mainstream: political change and cultural adaptation / Vivian Lee --
Minorities in Japan as seen in recent Japanese cinema / Dave White --
From musicals to martial arts: fifty years of Hong-Kong Japanese cinematic cooperation / Kinnia Yau Shuk Ting --
History of Japanese pornographic films in Hong Kong and their impact on Hong Kong category 3 films / Benjamin Wai-ming Ng --
Asia the invincible: discourses of regionalism in Dong fang bu bai 2: zhi feng yun zai qi (The East is Red) and Wo hu cang long (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) / Olivia Khoo --
Transnational popular culture and the tension of regional identity: a ban on Chun guang zha xie (Happy Together) in South Korea / Lee Hyung-sook.
Responsibility: edited by Andrew David Jackson, Michael Gibb, and Dave White ; with a foreword by Hyangjin Lee.

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"... The thirteen papers in this collection delve into some of the principal themes and issues, fostering a greater understanding of dynamic developments in filmmaking in East Asia that have taken Read more...

 
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