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    • The Chinese Film Movements Done by SHI YINGJIA 9.30.2013
    • INTRODUCTION • The history of Chinese film • Fifth generation film maker • Conclusion
    • This is the first Chinese film made in 1905, it’s called Dingjun Mountain
    • This is the first movie that introduction in 1994, it’s called The Fugitive.
    • Zhang Yimou (born 14 November 1951) is a Chinese film director, producer, writer and actor, and former cinematographer. He is counted amongst the Fifth Generation of Chinese filmmakers.
    • << HERO >> Budget $31 million Box office $177,394,432 Release date(s) •24 October 20 02 (2002-10- 24) (China) •21 December 2002 (2002-12- 21) (Hong Kong) Directed by Zhang Yimou Country China
    • << THE FLOWERS OF WAR>>
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