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Author Yimou, Zhang
Title Qiu Ju Da Guansi / The Story Of Qui Ju / Zhang Yimou.
Publication Info C4 19.4.99


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 Shoosmith Language Learning Centre  CHIV 17  NOT FOR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY

Descript 1hr 40min
Note 1992 film in Mandarin Chinese with English subtitles winner of both the Golden Lion and best actress awards at Venice. A peasant woman's dogged fight for what she thinks is justice when the chief of her village refuses to apologise for kicking her husband in the balls during a fight. Exposes the flaws in the communist legal system and the chasm between urban and rural standards. It is under-pinned throughout with bitter humour and an exhilarating use of colour and landscape. Voice: Li, G / Laosheng, L / Zhijun, G / et al. Format: videos.
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Author Yimou, Zhang
Subject Feature film or program about cinema/films
Descript 1hr 40min
Note 1992 film in Mandarin Chinese with English subtitles winner of both the Golden Lion and best actress awards at Venice. A peasant woman's dogged fight for what she thinks is justice when the chief of her village refuses to apologise for kicking her husband in the balls during a fight. Exposes the flaws in the communist legal system and the chasm between urban and rural standards. It is under-pinned throughout with bitter humour and an exhilarating use of colour and landscape. Voice: Li, G / Laosheng, L / Zhijun, G / et al. Format: videos.
Author Yimou, Zhang
Subject Feature film or program about cinema/films
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 Shoosmith Language Learning Centre  CHIV 17  NOT FOR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY

Subject Feature film or program about cinema/films
Descript 1hr 40min
Note 1992 film in Mandarin Chinese with English subtitles winner of both the Golden Lion and best actress awards at Venice. A peasant woman's dogged fight for what she thinks is justice when the chief of her village refuses to apologise for kicking her husband in the balls during a fight. Exposes the flaws in the communist legal system and the chasm between urban and rural standards. It is under-pinned throughout with bitter humour and an exhilarating use of colour and landscape. Voice: Li, G / Laosheng, L / Zhijun, G / et al. Format: videos.

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