John Woo: from Hong Kong to Hollywood, The Killer and Face/Off

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Music and Movies

 

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Blair M

 

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March 22, 2012

 

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University

 

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While characterized by violence, Woo's films define masculinity within a changing world. He does not set out to make violent films, defending A Better Tomorrow by saying "It's not a gangster movie. It's a film about chivalry, about honor, but set in the modern world. I want to teach the new generation: ?What is friendship? What is brotherhood? What have we lost? What we have to get back...
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He does not set out to make violent films, defending A Better Tomorrow by saying "It's not a gangster movie. It's a film about chivalry, about honor, but set in the modern world. I want to teach the new generation: ?What is friendship? What is brotherhood? What have we lost? What we have to get back...
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