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Body in Question Image and Illusion in Two Chinese Films by Director Jiang Wen Tang Center Lecture - Jerome Silbergeld
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[EAN: 9780691139463], Nouveau livre, [SC: 8.42], [PU: Princeton University Press], JEROME SILBERGELD,DRAMA,CHINA, Paperback. 176 pages. Dimensions: 10.2in. x 7.1in. x 0.7in.In the Heat of the Sun and Devils on the Doorstep are two of the finest and most honored Chinese films ever made. Body in Question is the first book to thoroughly examine these groundbreaking works and one of the first books in English to study individual Chinese films in depth. These two award-winning films by renowned director-actor Jiang Wen and cinematographer Gu Changwei are unsurpassed in China for their exquisite attention to realistic detail, their stylistic range, their emotional breadth, and their razor-like commentary on contemporary China. In scenes that range from hilarious to horrific, Chinas ruling elite and its complicated relationship with Japan are subjected to the filmmakers ironic treatment and profound concern with social justice. In the Heat of the Sun has become unavailable, and Devils on the Doorstep has been suppressed by the Chinese government. Jerome Silbergeld gives these two important films careful and extended study in Body in Question. He uses cinema and photography, political history, anthropology and philosophy, Chinese rhetorical traditions, and concepts of justice to explore the films visual complexity and intellectual force, providing a unique look at the artistry and pressing concerns of Chinese cinema today. An accompanying DVD includes major clips from both films. Body in Question will be of interest to specialists in Chinese art and culture, and anyone interested in film, Chinese politics, and Asian culture. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN.

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[EAN: 9780691139463], Nouveau livre, [SC: 1.35], [PU: Princeton University Press, United States], Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. In the Heat of the Sun and Devils on the Doorstep are two of the finest and most honored Chinese films ever made. Body in Question is the first book to thoroughly examine these groundbreaking works and one of the first books in English to study individual Chinese films in depth. These two award-winning films by renowned director-actor Jiang Wen and cinematographer Gu Changwei are unsurpassed in China for their exquisite attention to realistic detail, their stylistic range, their emotional breadth, and their razor-like commentary on contemporary China. In scenes that range from hilarious to horrific, China s ruling elite and its complicated relationship with Japan are subjected to the filmmakers ironic treatment and profound concern with social justice. In the Heat of the Sun has become unavailable, and Devils on the Doorstep has been suppressed by the Chinese government. Jerome Silbergeld gives these two important films careful and extended study in Body in Question. He uses cinema and photography, political history, anthropology and philosophy, Chinese rhetorical traditions, and concepts of justice to explore the films visual complexity and intellectual force, providing a unique look at the artistry and pressing concerns of Chinese cinema today. An accompanying DVD includes major clips from both films. Body in Question will be of interest to specialists in Chinese art and culture, and anyone interested in film, Chinese politics, and Asian culture.

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[EAN: 9780691139463], Nouveau livre, [SC: 1.35], [PU: Princeton University Press, United States], History|Asia|China, Performing Arts|Film|History & Criticism, Language: English . Brand New Book. In the Heat of the Sun and Devils on the Doorstep are two of the finest and most honored Chinese films ever made. Body in Question is the first book to thoroughly examine these groundbreaking works and one of the first books in English to study individual Chinese films in depth. These two award-winning films by renowned director-actor Jiang Wen and cinematographer Gu Changwei are unsurpassed in China for their exquisite attention to realistic detail, their stylistic range, their emotional breadth, and their razor-like commentary on contemporary China. In scenes that range from hilarious to horrific, China s ruling elite and its complicated relationship with Japan are subjected to the filmmakers ironic treatment and profound concern with social justice. In the Heat of the Sun has become unavailable, and Devils on the Doorstep has been suppressed by the Chinese government. Jerome Silbergeld gives these two important films careful and extended study in Body in Question. He uses cinema and photography, political history, anthropology and philosophy, Chinese rhetorical traditions, and concepts of justice to explore the films visual complexity and intellectual force, providing a unique look at the artistry and pressing concerns of Chinese cinema today. An accompanying DVD includes major clips from both films. Body in Question will be of interest to specialists in Chinese art and culture, and anyone interested in film, Chinese politics, and Asian culture.

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"In the Heat of the Sun" and "Devils on the Doorstep" are two of the finest and most honored Chinese films ever made. "Body in Question" is the first book to thoroughly examine these groundbreaking works and one of the first books in English to study individual Chinese films in depth. These two award-winning films by renowned director-actor Jiang Wen and cinematographer Gu Changwei are unsurpassed in China for their exquisite attention to realistic detail, their stylistic range, their emotional breadth, and their razor-like commentary on contemporary China. In scenes that range from hilarious to horrific, China's ruling elite and its complicated relationship with Japan are subjected to the filmmakers' ironic treatment and profound concern with social justice. "In the Heat of the Sun" has become unavailable, and "Devils on the Doorstep" has been suppressed by the Chinese government. Jerome Silbergeld gives these two important films careful and extended study in "Body in Question." He uses cinema and photography, political history, anthropology and philosophy, Chinese rhetorical traditions, and concepts of justice to explore the films' visual complexity and intellectual force, providing a unique look at the artistry and pressing concerns of Chinese cinema today. An accompanying DVD includes major clips from both films. "Body in Question" will be of interest to specialists in Chinese art and culture, and anyone interested in film, Chinese politics, and Asian culture. Body in Question: Image and Illusion in Two Chinese Films by Director Jiang Wen Silbergeld, Jerome, Princeton University Press

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Body in Question: Image and Illusion in Two Chinese Films by Director Jiang Wen

"In the Heat of the Sun" and "Devils on the Doorstep" are two of the finest and most honored Chinese films ever made. This title examines these works. It uses cinema and photography, political history, anthropology and philosophy, Chinese rhetorical traditions, and concepts of justice to explore the films' visual complexity and intellectual force.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780691139463
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0691139466
Paperback
Publishing year: 2008
Publisher: PRINCETON UNIV PR
176 Pages
Weight: 0,658 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780691139463

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