Asian Popular Cinema

Asian Popular Cinema
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Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto in his section on Stray Dog, rigorously defends the ambiguity of the dog in the opening sequence of the film against a common criticism levelled against it as being superfluous. Action films, both martial arts and gangster films, often feature an excessive fight sequence. Pick one scene of the following three, and consider the extent to which the action choreography (or film style) indeed reinforces or undercuts the thematic of that particular scene or the film as a whole. -The battle between Wong Fei-hung and the White Lotus group toward the end of Once Upon a Time in China 2 -Mark’s death in A Better Tomorrow -The Black market scene in Stray Dog

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