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Shu Qi at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. 1,473 more words


April 16: Happy Birthday Charlie Chaplin and Peter Ustinov

Our two headliners today were photographed together in 1965 when Chaplin was honored with the Erasmus Prize.

Sir Charles Chaplin (1889-1977) was one of the most influential filmmakers ever.  1,624 more words

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The Assassin

Although certainly not the top of wuxia or Chinese filming, The Assassin is certainly a pretty movie, despite some snags. The movie is absolutely gorgreous, each frame filled with intricate costumes and sets, or breathtaking vistas, large and epic canvases in contrast of Shu Qi’s subtle performance or the quick but well choreographed fights. 30 more words



During the first months after the fall of the Qing dynasty and the rise of the Republic of China, Shi Baopi (Eric Tsang), a rich man, is colluding with bandits known as the Cloud Clan to take control of Desire Village, an isolated hamlet which may hide a treasure. 844 more words

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Glamour of the Roman Spirit 罗马精神的魅力

When charisma transcends confidence, femininity and seductiveness, beauty is poised around these reflections of the eyes. Bulgari’s recent exhibit of its “Magnificent Inspirations” High Jewelry Exhibition in Beijing revolves around three exquisite themes: Italian Extravaganza, Mediterranean Eden, and Roman Heritage. 203 more words


Shu Qi Throughout the Years in Vogue

Vogue Taiwan December 1998.

Vogue Taiwan June 2000.

On the cover of Vogue Taiwan February 2003.

Photographed by Samson Mak for Vogue Taiwan March 2004. 68 more words

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F.I.L.M. of the Week (December 8, 2016)

After the head-scratching experience of watch Hou Hsiao-Hsien’s “The Assassin,” which wowed me with resplendent visuals but baffled me with its labyrinthine plot, I wasn’t exactly eager to dig further back in the director’s canon – even in spite of the critical superlatives. 411 more words

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