Tsui Hark, one of China's most famous film artists, is little known outside of Asia even though he has directed, produced, written, or acted in 64 films over the last twenty years, some of which are considered to be classics of modern Asian cinema. This work, the first of its kind about Tsui Hark, begins with a biography of the man and a look at his place in Hong Kong and world cinema, his influences, and his thematic obsessions. Each major film of his career is then reviewed, with thematic comparisons made among them (lesser films are included but receive smaller reviews). Also provided are production details, comments from Tsui Hark himself, box office and awards information, anecdotes, and various other particulars. Also included are a complete listings of Hong Kong locations where information on Tsui Hark can be found, and where his films can be found outside of Hong Kong.He spits blood because therea#39;s no way this character can exist in this world. With the girl I said, aHow are you ... A girl like that, she looks kind of pale after the make -upa#39;s oao; I think thata#39;s good, tooaleta#39;s make her pale. The butterfly thing, I wasanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Cinema of Tsui Hark|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2001-09-15|