By Denis Gifford
Demanding disguise ebook, entire review of the horror motion picture style. totally illustrated with nice images.
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The process of apprenticeship was the key (or the only) way of entering into the film and entertainment industry. Apprentices learned the film business by following a mentor and gaining more and more responsibility until they could direct their own features. Im became apprenticed to director Chŏng Chang-hwa (primarily remembered for the Hong Kong action film Five Fingers of Death [Tian xia di yi quan, 1972]) and made the rapid advancement from very junior runner to director in only five years. In order to place Im it is important to consider the period in which he began his filmmaking career.
Therefore at the conclusion of each chapter in this volume there is a close analysis of a selected film text. All of these films are available on the international market and have been chosen since they are key examples of that particular director’s work and the readings that are inherent in the film texts. Selecting directors for this type of project is always controversial but at the centre is the belief that all eight offer an excellent overview of contemporary Japanese and Korean film. Many of their works are available with English or French subtitles that opens their films up to a much wider audience.
As David Morley and Kevin Robins state, ‘the idea of the ‘nation’ …involve(s) people in a common sense of identity and … work(s) as an inclusive symbol which provides integration and meaning’ (1995: 91). The cinema therefore provides the audiences of a specific nation their symbols of identity that ‘accurately expresses, describes and itemises the salient concerns and features of a given national culture’ (Hjort and Mackenzie 2000: 4). National identity is consequently based on a common sense of unity with one particular social grouping.
A Pictorial History of Horror Movies by Denis Gifford