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November 01, 2013, 06:07:04 PM
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I can't pick a favorite movie, since there are a lot of great movies out there. I am a huge fan of Asian cinema like ' Oldboy', 'IP Man','Azumi' etc.

How many films have you watched from Yasujiro Ozu, Mikio Naruse, Kenji Mizoguchi, Edward Yang, Wong Kar-Wai, Hou Hsiao Hsien, Masahiro Shinoda, Shohei Imamura, Nagisa Oshima, Yoshishige Yoshida, Tran Anh Hung, Lav Diaz, Yasuzo Masumura, Shiro Toyoda, Kaneto Shindo, Koreyoshi Kurahara, Masaki Kobayashi, Hiroshi Shimizu, Takashi Miike, Stanley Kwan, Chen Kaige, Keisuki Kinoshita, Hiroshi Teshigahara, Jia Zhanke, Hirokazu Koreeda, Lee Chang-dong, and Hiroshi Inagaki?

What huge Japanese Golden Era director did I leave off from the list of directors listed above?

Between the three actresses Setsuko Hara, Hideko Takamine, and Kinuyo Tanaka, which do you like the best?

What is your opinion of the Taiwan New Wave vs. the Japanese New Wave?

Which Wong Kar-Wai film do you think is the best? Do you think there is another director who better explores the themes of unrequited love?

Between Naruse and Ozu, which director do you believe better explores the theme of women and Japanese modernity?

Compare and contrast the plights of women depicted in Imamura's films over those in Mizoguchi's films.

There's a difference between being a fan, and being a human wikipedia.

No. I'm just seeing if you're a fan or not. Films like Oldboy aren't indicative of being a fan. There's too many non Asian film fans who are fans of Oldboy.

Don't take this the wrong way. If you're a genuine fan, you will be interested in the names I mentioned, and really want to learn more. I understand I've raised your hackles, but in the end you'll get more out of it.

Now please tell me, which of those directors you are genuinely familiar with. As I said, if you're not familiar with them, but are indeed a fan, then you'll want to know more.
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November 01, 2013, 06:26:24 PM
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I know nothing about directors, I probably did see movies of them. I have +- 60  Asian movies on dvd. I love how a lot of hollywood movies were inspired by movies like Battle Royal, Internal Affairs, Ringu, Phone etc.

One of my all time favorites is Sword in the Moon.

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November 01, 2013, 06:37:05 PM
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I know nothing about directors, I probably did see movies of them. I have +- 60  Asian movies on dvd. I love how a lot of hollywood movies were inspired by movies like Battle Royal, Internal Affairs, Ringu, Phone etc.

One of my all time favorites is Sword in the Moon.

That's Infernal Affairs, not Internal Affairs. And it starred Andy Lau and Tony Leung.

You'll enjoy films more if you start paying attention to directors. Do you like to read novels? If you find an author you like, you then look for other books by that author. Same with directors. You should also learn to identify the difference between an auteur and a director. When you get into the realm of film appreciation, auteurs make a difference. Most of the directors I mentioned qualify as auteurs. Certainly the films I mentioned in the beginning of this thread were all made by auteurs.

Since you liked Infernal Affairs, you should at least start watching some Won Kar-Wai films. Days of Being Wild stars both. And Tony Leung is Wong Kar-Wai's most frequent collaborator. Start with Chungking Express.
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November 01, 2013, 07:44:20 PM
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November 01, 2013, 07:52:55 PM
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I know nothing about directors, I probably did see movies of them. I have +- 60  Asian movies on dvd. I love how a lot of hollywood movies were inspired by movies like Battle Royal, Internal Affairs, Ringu, Phone etc.

One of my all time favorites is Sword in the Moon.

That's Infernal Affairs, not Internal Affairs. And it starred Andy Lau and Tony Leung.

You'll enjoy films more if you start paying attention to directors. Do you like to read novels? If you find an author you like, you then look for other books by that author. Same with directors. You should also learn to identify the difference between an auteur and a director. When you get into the realm of film appreciation, auteurs make a difference. Most of the directors I mentioned qualify as auteurs. Certainly the films I mentioned in the beginning of this thread were all made by auteurs.

Since you liked Infernal Affairs, you should at least start watching some Won Kar-Wai films. Days of Being Wild stars both. And Tony Leung is Wong Kar-Wai's most frequent collaborator. Start with Chungking Express.

I'll see if I can find them. Thanks for the tip!

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November 01, 2013, 07:58:38 PM
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I know nothing about directors, I probably did see movies of them. I have +- 60  Asian movies on dvd. I love how a lot of hollywood movies were inspired by movies like Battle Royal, Internal Affairs, Ringu, Phone etc.

One of my all time favorites is Sword in the Moon.


man dot be mad but I dont like Asian films, I love Jackie Chan but not on Chineese language movies
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November 01, 2013, 08:27:18 PM
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I know nothing about directors, I probably did see movies of them. I have +- 60  Asian movies on dvd. I love how a lot of hollywood movies were inspired by movies like Battle Royal, Internal Affairs, Ringu, Phone etc.

One of my all time favorites is Sword in the Moon.

That's Infernal Affairs, not Internal Affairs. And it starred Andy Lau and Tony Leung.

You'll enjoy films more if you start paying attention to directors. Do you like to read novels? If you find an author you like, you then look for other books by that author. Same with directors. You should also learn to identify the difference between an auteur and a director. When you get into the realm of film appreciation, auteurs make a difference. Most of the directors I mentioned qualify as auteurs. Certainly the films I mentioned in the beginning of this thread were all made by auteurs.

Since you liked Infernal Affairs, you should at least start watching some Won Kar-Wai films. Days of Being Wild stars both. And Tony Leung is Wong Kar-Wai's most frequent collaborator. Start with Chungking Express.

I'll see if I can find them. Thanks for the tip!

As I said, start with Chungking Express. It's a little bit lighthearted and fun, but it's the best intro to Wong Kar-Wai's work. From there, advance to his more meditative material. 2046 is probably the best one to watch after Chungking Express.

Warning: 2046 is a deeply contemplative film loaded with sublime and beautiful shots and an extraordinary soundtrack. You can watch the surface of the film, and become mesmerized. But it will probably take a second and third viewing to properly absorb its themes and messages. To assist with your understanding of the film, you'll eventually need to watch Days of Being Wild and In the Mood for Love as well, and likely multiple times.

I can assure you that these films are levels above the films you've mentioned. Do I mean anything negative about your selections by that? No, I don't. But Wong Kar-Wai films are films which deserve contemplation well beyond your average films. That's why scholars discuss them. But some people don't 'get' his films. In one sense, his films require effort. And if you put in the effort, they pay back in spades.

I strongly urge you to watch this video where a man introduces 2046 to a film festival audience: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYINdmSyhRA
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November 01, 2013, 08:30:28 PM
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I know nothing about directors, I probably did see movies of them. I have +- 60  Asian movies on dvd. I love how a lot of hollywood movies were inspired by movies like Battle Royal, Internal Affairs, Ringu, Phone etc.

One of my all time favorites is Sword in the Moon.


man dot be mad but I dont like Asian films, I love Jackie Chan but not on Chineese language movies

You probably don't like Asian films because you have a preconceived idea about what there are like. Tell me what they're like, and I'll address whether you've got it right or not.
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Man i only like english based movies. Dunno why but that is only language that i can watch movies. Dont like german turkey or other based language movies. I am used to english.
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I know nothing about directors, I probably did see movies of them. I have +- 60  Asian movies on dvd. I love how a lot of hollywood movies were inspired by movies like Battle Royal, Internal Affairs, Ringu, Phone etc.

One of my all time favorites is Sword in the Moon.

That's Infernal Affairs, not Internal Affairs. And it starred Andy Lau and Tony Leung.

You'll enjoy films more if you start paying attention to directors. Do you like to read novels? If you find an author you like, you then look for other books by that author. Same with directors. You should also learn to identify the difference between an auteur and a director. When you get into the realm of film appreciation, auteurs make a difference. Most of the directors I mentioned qualify as auteurs. Certainly the films I mentioned in the beginning of this thread were all made by auteurs.

Since you liked Infernal Affairs, you should at least start watching some Won Kar-Wai films. Days of Being Wild stars both. And Tony Leung is Wong Kar-Wai's most frequent collaborator. Start with Chungking Express.

I'll see if I can find them. Thanks for the tip!

As I said, start with Chungking Express. It's a little bit lighthearted and fun, but it's the best intro to Wong Kar-Wai's work. From there, advance to his more meditative material. 2046 is probably the best one to watch after Chungking Express.

Warning: 2046 is a deeply contemplative film loaded with sublime and beautiful shots and an extraordinary soundtrack. You can watch the surface of the film, and become mesmerized. But it will probably take a second and third viewing to properly absorb its themes and messages. To assist with your understanding of the film, you'll eventually need to watch Days of Being Wild and In the Mood for Love as well, and likely multiple times.

I can assure you that these films are levels above the films you've mentioned. Do I mean anything negative about your selections by that? No, I don't. But Wong Kar-Wai films are films which deserve contemplation well beyond your average films. That's why scholars discuss them. But some people don't 'get' his films. In one sense, his films require effort. And if you put in the effort, they pay back in spades.

I strongly urge you to watch this video where a man introduces 2046 to a film festival audience: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYINdmSyhRA

You sound like you know what you're talking about, so you're probably right Tongue. Thanks for sharing! I'll let you know when I've watched them Smiley

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Anybody here watch the korean game show running man?
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November 02, 2013, 04:34:29 AM
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You sound like you know what you're talking about, so you're probably right Tongue. Thanks for sharing! I'll let you know when I've watched them Smiley

Well thanks for taking an interest. Can I promise that you'll love these films? No, I can't. But among the circle of Wong Kar-Wai fans, these films end up in their top ten. Combine his locations, the cinematography, his use of color, his themes, his way of telling the story, his incredible soundtracks, and his unique style and vision, and you end up with something rather special.

Also, bear in mind that Chungking Express is often in stark contrast to his more formal and deliberate style evident in his other works. So, whatever your reaction to Chungking Express is, bear in mind that you're in for something altogether different with his other works. Nonetheless, I stand behind my recommendation to watch Chungking Express first.
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Man i only like english based movies. Dunno why but that is only language that i can watch movies. Dont like german turkey or other based language movies. I am used to english.

I used to be like you. I resisted subtitled films like crazy. Man I was missing out. Within the realm of cinema, you'll find less studio driven films outside of the United States. Once you get the non artist (the studio execs) fingers out of a film's production, you get the true vision of the artist - which is the director. When a director does not need to pander to the notion of making the most money possible, he does not need to create material that will be entertaining to both idiots and illiterates. Nor does he need to do the Hollywood style of directing, which is to provide all the necessary hints and clues, keep the narrative straight and narrow, and make sure the story moves along at a fast clip, so that the less cinematically inclined will not become anxious.

Do you want an example? I think you do. Take a look at this wonderful video which shows how the same footage was cut two different ways. On the right we'll see the Hollywood style of cutting. Hollywood films rarely vary from this style. Here's the video: https://vimeo.com/68514760

Now, you've probably heard me mention Ozu, as in Yasujiro Ozu. Why do I bring him up now? Because he was an auteur. He developed a recognizable style. And the same guy who put together that wonderful video you just watched (you did watch it, did you not?), put together a wonderful video showcasing the hallways and passageways side by side so elegantly portrayed in Ozu's films. Why would someone do this? Because Ozu sits on a pedestal. He is revered. Why? Because when you watch Ozu films, something magical happens - a sort of transcendental experience which results in intense pleasure. Here's the video of Ozu's passageways: https://vimeo.com/55956937
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Man i only like english based movies. Dunno why but that is only language that i can watch movies. Dont like german turkey or other based language movies. I am used to english.

Get Battle royale best subtitled movie and I love it. It got me into Asian Horror.

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Man i only like english based movies. Dunno why but that is only language that i can watch movies. Dont like german turkey or other based language movies. I am used to english.

I used to be like you. I resisted subtitled films like crazy. Man I was missing out. Within the realm of cinema, you'll find less studio driven films outside of the United States. Once you get the non artist (the studio execs) fingers out of a film's production, you get the true vision of the artist - which is the director. When a director does not need to pander to the notion of making the most money possible, he does not need to create material that will be entertaining to both idiots and illiterates. Nor does he need to do the Hollywood style of directing, which is to provide all the necessary hints and clues, keep the narrative straight and narrow, and make sure the story moves along at a fast clip, so that the less cinematically inclined will not become anxious.

Do you want an example? I think you do. Take a look at this wonderful video which shows how the same footage was cut two different ways. On the right we'll see the Hollywood style of cutting. Hollywood films rarely vary from this style. Here's the video: https://vimeo.com/68514760

Now, you've probably heard me mention Ozu, as in Yasujiro Ozu. Why do I bring him up now? Because he was an auteur. He developed a recognizable style. And the same guy who put together that wonderful video you just watched (you did watch it, did you not?), put together a wonderful video showcasing the hallways and passageways side by side so elegantly portrayed in Ozu's films. Why would someone do this? Because Ozu sits on a pedestal. He is revered. Why? Because when you watch Ozu films, something magical happens - a sort of transcendental experience which results in intense pleasure. Here's the video of Ozu's passageways: https://vimeo.com/55956937



i will try to wach something else Smiley
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Man i only like english based movies. Dunno why but that is only language that i can watch movies. Dont like german turkey or other based language movies. I am used to english.

I used to be like you. I resisted subtitled films like crazy. Man I was missing out. Within the realm of cinema, you'll find less studio driven films outside of the United States. Once you get the non artist (the studio execs) fingers out of a film's production, you get the true vision of the artist - which is the director. When a director does not need to pander to the notion of making the most money possible, he does not need to create material that will be entertaining to both idiots and illiterates. Nor does he need to do the Hollywood style of directing, which is to provide all the necessary hints and clues, keep the narrative straight and narrow, and make sure the story moves along at a fast clip, so that the less cinematically inclined will not become anxious.

Do you want an example? I think you do. Take a look at this wonderful video which shows how the same footage was cut two different ways. On the right we'll see the Hollywood style of cutting. Hollywood films rarely vary from this style. Here's the video: https://vimeo.com/68514760

Now, you've probably heard me mention Ozu, as in Yasujiro Ozu. Why do I bring him up now? Because he was an auteur. He developed a recognizable style. And the same guy who put together that wonderful video you just watched (you did watch it, did you not?), put together a wonderful video showcasing the hallways and passageways side by side so elegantly portrayed in Ozu's films. Why would someone do this? Because Ozu sits on a pedestal. He is revered. Why? Because when you watch Ozu films, something magical happens - a sort of transcendental experience which results in intense pleasure. Here's the video of Ozu's passageways: https://vimeo.com/55956937



i will try to wach something else Smiley

I'm a little confused. Do you mean you will give some foreign films a shot? If so, that's great! Keep an eye out here and I'll point out some great ones. Did you watch the two videos I shared in my last post?
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Man i only like english based movies. Dunno why but that is only language that i can watch movies. Dont like german turkey or other based language movies. I am used to english.

I used to be like you. I resisted subtitled films like crazy. Man I was missing out. Within the realm of cinema, you'll find less studio driven films outside of the United States. Once you get the non artist (the studio execs) fingers out of a film's production, you get the true vision of the artist - which is the director. When a director does not need to pander to the notion of making the most money possible, he does not need to create material that will be entertaining to both idiots and illiterates. Nor does he need to do the Hollywood style of directing, which is to provide all the necessary hints and clues, keep the narrative straight and narrow, and make sure the story moves along at a fast clip, so that the less cinematically inclined will not become anxious.

Do you want an example? I think you do. Take a look at this wonderful video which shows how the same footage was cut two different ways. On the right we'll see the Hollywood style of cutting. Hollywood films rarely vary from this style. Here's the video: https://vimeo.com/68514760

Now, you've probably heard me mention Ozu, as in Yasujiro Ozu. Why do I bring him up now? Because he was an auteur. He developed a recognizable style. And the same guy who put together that wonderful video you just watched (you did watch it, did you not?), put together a wonderful video showcasing the hallways and passageways side by side so elegantly portrayed in Ozu's films. Why would someone do this? Because Ozu sits on a pedestal. He is revered. Why? Because when you watch Ozu films, something magical happens - a sort of transcendental experience which results in intense pleasure. Here's the video of Ozu's passageways: https://vimeo.com/55956937



i will try to wach something else Smiley

I'm a little confused. Do you mean you will give some foreign films a shot? If so, that's great! Keep an eye out here and I'll point out some great ones. Did you watch the two videos I shared in my last post?


dindt watch id yet, i have in mind
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Man i only like english based movies. Dunno why but that is only language that i can watch movies. Dont like german turkey or other based language movies. I am used to english.

I used to be like you. I resisted subtitled films like crazy. Man I was missing out. Within the realm of cinema, you'll find less studio driven films outside of the United States. Once you get the non artist (the studio execs) fingers out of a film's production, you get the true vision of the artist - which is the director. When a director does not need to pander to the notion of making the most money possible, he does not need to create material that will be entertaining to both idiots and illiterates. Nor does he need to do the Hollywood style of directing, which is to provide all the necessary hints and clues, keep the narrative straight and narrow, and make sure the story moves along at a fast clip, so that the less cinematically inclined will not become anxious.

Do you want an example? I think you do. Take a look at this wonderful video which shows how the same footage was cut two different ways. On the right we'll see the Hollywood style of cutting. Hollywood films rarely vary from this style. Here's the video: https://vimeo.com/68514760

Now, you've probably heard me mention Ozu, as in Yasujiro Ozu. Why do I bring him up now? Because he was an auteur. He developed a recognizable style. And the same guy who put together that wonderful video you just watched (you did watch it, did you not?), put together a wonderful video showcasing the hallways and passageways side by side so elegantly portrayed in Ozu's films. Why would someone do this? Because Ozu sits on a pedestal. He is revered. Why? Because when you watch Ozu films, something magical happens - a sort of transcendental experience which results in intense pleasure. Here's the video of Ozu's passageways: https://vimeo.com/55956937



i will try to wach something else Smiley

I'm a little confused. Do you mean you will give some foreign films a shot? If so, that's great! Keep an eye out here and I'll point out some great ones. Did you watch the two videos I shared in my last post?

dindt watch id yet, i have in mind

Watch both videos.
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