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Rogne May Synnøve BOE <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 9 Mar 2000 08:39:29 +0100
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HI!

> I'm thinking of taking an 'auteurist' approach, looking at the
> work of Tsui Hark, Ringo Lam and John Woo. Does anybody know if
>Stanley Tong falls into that category? Is there anybody else?

How about Wong Kar-Wai ("ChungKing Exspress", "Fallen Angels")?
His movies are not exactly heroic bloodshed, except maybe his debut
movie "As Tears Go By". I guess you could say that his movies are more
"arty". But if there is a true auteur on the HongKong  moviescene, it is
definetly him.

Take Care
May SynnÝve Rogne

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