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Raise the Red Lantern Review: The Tyranny of Authority

China isn’t known for embracing progressive ideals. To this day, it’s ruled by an overbearing and borderline oppressive government. Human rights violations are as commonplace there as dimsum shops. 1,111 more words


The Flowers of War

The Antonio Berardi Spring/Summer 2015 Show took inspiration from Zhang Yimou’s « The Flowers of War ».

Photo : Stefano Masse / Indigitalimages.com


Coming Home

Coming Home, the most recent film by the acclaimed Chinese director Zhang Yimou, begins at the height of the Cultural Revolution. Chinese society is fervently pursuing Mao’s vision and dancing to the tune of Communist ideology. 1,020 more words


Rottentofu.com and Zhang Yimou - Week 37

A side benefit of my experiment is that by the time I’m done I may be hired by The New York Times as their official Chinese film critic. 874 more words

BUSAN: Zhang Yimou Ready to Climb Legendary’s ‘Wall’

BUSAN — Top Chinese director Zhang Yimou is looking forward to scaling up and directing “The Great Wall,” a $100 million-plus blockbuster for Legendary East, the Chinese offshoot of heavyweight Hollywood producer Legendary Entertainment. 286 more words


Red carpet awaits as Busan film festival opens

Red carpet awaits as Busan film festival opens

The star-studded opening night is expected to feature Asian A-listers Ken Watanabe, Tang Wei, Zhang Yimou and Asano Tadanobu as well as Oscar-winning Iranian director Asghar Farhadi. 476 more words

Northeast Asia News

Coming Home

Coming Home (Gui Lai). (Drama); Elenco: Gong Li, Chen Daoming, Guo tao; Diretor: Zhang Yimou; China, 2014. 109 Min. #festivaldorio2014

Onde mais se teria uma diversidade de olhares, idiomas, ideias e registros de formas de sentir do que num festival de cinema. 281 more words

Crítica Cinematográfica