Please choose one of the following New Waves or New Cinemas from the Greater China Region and write a short essay discussing its uniqueness and similarity with other new waves/new cinemas after the 1960s in the world, as well as what makes it “new” in terms of film aesthetics:
1. Hong Kong New Wave
(1) Father and Son (Allen Fong, 1981)
(2) Boat People (Ann Hui, 1982)
2. Taiwan New Cinema
(1) The Boys from Fengkuei (1983)
(2) Taipei Story (1985)
3. The Fifth Generation of China
(1) Yellow Earth (Chen Kaige, 1984)
(2) The Black Cannon Incident (Huang Jianxin, 1985)
(3) The Horse Thieves (Tian Zhunagzhuang, 1986)
(4) Red Sorghum (Zhang Yimou, 1987)
Word limit: minimum 500 English words (Chinese 800 words).
You need to make your argument based on the required readings, class lecture, and your own thoughts. You need to cite your sources when using other people’s writings. Remember to include a cover page with all the vital information.For more information on The Fifth Generation of China check on this:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Generations_of_Chinese_leadership
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