a kim jong il production the extraordinary true story of a kidnapped filmmaker his star actress and a young dictators rise to power

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A Kim Jong Il Production

Author : Paul Fischer
ISBN : 9781250054265
Genre : History
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Documents the North Korean dictator's 1978 kidnapping of a South Korean actress and her filmmaker ex-husband, describing how they were imprisoned, forced to remarry, and compelled to make films for their captor before their daring escape.

Kim Jong Il Revised And Updated

Author : Michael Breen
ISBN : 9781118153802
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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An expert on North Korea sheds new light on the enigmatic tyrant From his goose-stepping military parades to his clownish macho swagger, North Korea's Kim Jong-il is an odd amalgam of political cartoon and global menace. In charge of a nuclear arsenal he's threatened to use against the U.S. and Japan, the man, his motives, and the mechanisms of his absolute control over a country of twenty-three million people remains shrouded in mystery. In this second edition of his bestselling Kim Jong-il, Michael Breen, a leading expert on North Korea, dispels common myths and fallacies about the so-called "Dear Leader," while turning a spotlight on the man to reveal his true nature and the nature of his hold over a country ravaged by poverty and famine. Looks at Kim from a broad perspective, unlike most other books that cater exclusively to those interested in policymaking and international relations Features new information about succession plans, as well as the latest scoop on the mounting pressure among world leaders to thwart North Korea's nuclear ambitions Illustrated with rare photographs of Kim and his regime Highly accessible and suitable for anyone interested in learning more about North Korea, it's government, and its leader, Kim Jong-il unravels the mysteries, the myths, and the fallacies about the man in charge in ways that will entice even the harshest critics.

Peter Greenaway

Author : David Pascoe
ISBN : 1861890052
Genre : Art
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Peter Greenaway is one of the most distinctive and provocative personalities to emerge in European cinema in the last two decades. This extensively illustrated critical study examines Greenaway's vision from a number of perspectives.


Author : Patricia White
ISBN : 0253213452
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 33. 71 MB
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Lesbian characters, stories, and images were barred from onscreen depiction in Hollywood films from the 1930s to the 1960s together with all forms of 'sex perversion.' Through close readings of gothics, ghost films, and maternal melodramas addressed to female audiences, Uninvited argues that viewers were 'invited' to make lesbian 'inferences.' Looking at the lure of some of the great female star personae and at the visual coding of supporting actresses, it identifies lesbian spectatorial strategies. Patricia White, Assistant Professor of English and Film Studies, teaches film and cultural studies at Swarthmore College. Her work has appeared in Screen, The Oxford Guide to Film Studies, and in numerous collections of feminist and lesbian/gay film studies. She is co-editor of a Wide Angle special issue devoted to the work of the feminist film distributor Women make Movies and a member of the editorial collective of Camera Obscura.

Bollywood Cinema

Author : Vijay Mishra
ISBN : 0415930154
Genre : Performing Arts
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Bollywood, India's film industry, produces some 800 movies each year. These are seen by roughly 11 million people each day! In this study Vijay Mishra examines Indian cinema from the perspectives of postcolonial studies and film theory.

The Matrix And Philosophy

Author : William Irwin
ISBN : 0812695011
Genre : Performing Arts
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Presents essays exploring the philosophical themes of the motion picture "The Matrix," which portrays a false world created from nothing but perceptions.

Korea S Place In The Sun A Modern History Updated

Author : Bruce Cumings
ISBN : 9780393327021
Genre : History
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A narrative chronicle of modern Korea focuses on the country's turbulent twentieth-century history, discussing its 1910 loss of independence, its years under Japanese rule, its division and the Korean War, and its postwar recovery and economic growth.

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