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Q & A on the film "Come See The Paradise" (1990)
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Analyse The Formal Properties and Stylistic Features of Yasujiro Ozu’s The End of Summer (1961), with Particular Reference to Their Difference From Classical Hollywood Cinema
Yasujiro Ozu’s The End of Summer (1961) in terms of formal and stylistic properties, differs greatly from the classical paradigm of Hollywood cinema.
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“Emotional values are the ones I rate most highly … the means must be emotional to be effective.” (Andrzej Wajda, 1969)
Film and the film industry is less than 150 years old and the dominant ideology throughout the world throughout this time has been nationalism, sovereignty and military industrialism. Film, therefore, I believe, has been naturally immersed in the ideas of the political, cultural and national ideologies of nation states and this has affected the majority of films and their production.
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Korean movies are very well known for its deep heart touching romantic love movies, most of which are sad movies with sad ending that make you cry. Though there are lots of English movies too that make you cry but Korean movies had a different spark that makes one deeply touched. This is a list of 50 Korean Movies that are sad and can make you cry.
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Korean films are mostly known for romantic comedy movies and 100 Days with Mr Arrogant is one of those funny and lovely Korean movies, that is high rated and appreciated by viewers of Korean movies all over the world.Though I tell you, that this movie being good, for those people who have watched Korean movies like My Sassy Girl or My Tutor Friend, may not find this movie 100 Days with Mr Arrogant so interesting and good.