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Hong Kong New Wave Cinema (1978-2000) - Pak Tong Cheuk


The rise of 'New Wave' cinema in 1970s Hong Kong has had a significant cultural and economic impact on the film industry of China. Hong Kong New Wave Cinema presents a comprehensive picture of the fil



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Hong Kong New Wave Cinema (1978-2000) - Pak Tong Cheuk


The rise of 'New Wave' cinema in 1970s Hong Kong has had a significant cultural and economic impact on the film industry of China. Hong Kong New Wave Cinema presents a comprehensive picture of the fil