Tag Archives: Zhang Yimou

Be glad you live where you live (most of you, that is)

I read at BBC, that my favorite Chinese film director, Zhang Yimou, has been fined for having too many children.
China fines Zhang Yimou $1.2m over one-child policy breach
China has fined popular film director Zhang Yimou more than one million dollars … Continue reading

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Noodle preparation fun!

I am a fan of the films of Zhang Yimou.   Tonight I saw A Woman, A Gun, And A Noodle Shop (三槍拍案驚奇 Sānqiāng Pāi’àn Jīngqí). This is a surreal Chinese re-imagining of Blood Simple. Strange but intriguing.  Like some of Yimou’s other … Continue reading

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CH: China awaits its Waugh

The full, online, digital edition of the UK’s best Catholic weekly, The Catholic Herald, has some excellent pieces this week.  I found this one particularly engaging, giving my penchant for Chinese cinema.
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An upcoming film about a Catholic priest during the “Rape of Nanjing”

Via CMR I read this:
This looks pretty interesting. MTV reports:
Bale will headline “Nanjing Heroes,” a period drama about the Massacre of Nanjing, also known as the”Rape of Nanking, from award-winning Chinese filmmaker Zhang Youmi [Zhang Yimou] (“Hero,” … Continue reading

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