Yang Yin: Gender in Chinese Cinema (Yang & Yin: Gender in Chinese Cinema)
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Yang Yin: Gender in Chinese Cinema (Yang & Yin: Gender in Chinese Cinema)
This entry in the British Film Institute-sponsored international centenary celebration of cinema -- in which noted directors presented a film exemplifying their country or region's cinema and its origins -- represents China, or rather one aspect of the country's large body of work as seen through the eyes of Hong Kong filmmaker Stanley Kwan. Kwan uses the film as not only a means to examine the role of homosexuality and transgender issues in the films of China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, but also to look at the evolving roles of family and cultural attitudes in Chinese society. Kwan begins… More