Contemporary Korean Cinema: Culture, Identity and Politics

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Manchester University Press, 23 jun. 2001 - 256 páginas
This comprehensive book defines the significance of film-making and film viewing in Korea. Covering the introduction of motion pictures in 1903, Korean cinema during the Japanese colonial period (1910-45), and the development of North and South Korean cinema up to the 1990s, Lee introduces the works of Korea's major directors, and analyzes the Korean film industry in terms of production, distribution, and reception.

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Hyangjin Lee is a Senior Teaching Fellow in the School of East Asian Studies at the University of Sheffield.

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