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Interview Patrick Tam: the exiled filmmaker

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In the interview below, Patrick Tam talks about the production of his most recent film, After This Our Exile, his relationship with Wong Kar-wai, his involvement with the Hong Kong New Wave, his method of working with actors like Aaron Kwok, and his own approach to the intricacies of film aesthetics within Chinese-language cinema.
 
Author(s) : Gina Marchetti, David Vivier, Thomas Podvin
Date : 28/6/2007
Type(s) : Interview

Table of content
 
Foreword   Page 0
 
Emergence of the HK New Wave and early works   Page 1
 
On After This Our Exile, Fu Zi   Page 2
 - A Fu Zi title   Page 2
 - Aaron Kwok is better than Tony Leung   Page 3
 - A Malaysian affair   Page 4
 - Characterization VS form   Page 5
 - Eat - ate - eaten   Page 6
 
Modern HK Cinema and Johnnie To   Page 7
 
New projects   Page 8
 
 

Links
 
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People :
  Patrick Tam Kar Ming   Page : 1  
  Aaron Kwok Fu Sing   Page : 1  2  3  6  8  
 
Movies :
  After This, Our Exile   Page : 1  2  4  5  6  8  
 
 
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