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The Movie Reviews (on the Op-ed Page)of Newspapers in Early Post-war Taiwan—Through the Analysis of Taipei Evening Post
the early post-war period,Taipei Evening Post,movie reviews,Jen Huang,local films,Hollywood movies,
|Publication Year :||2014|
Based on Taipei Evening Post, one of the treasures of the National Central Library, this thesis would like to learn the movie reviews of the early post-war period by analyzing the related film articles on the entertainment page, which is named “Yin-zuo.” “Yin-zuo” is Jen Huang’s first masterpiece after he contributes sixty years to the film career. “Yin-zuo,” under the general editorship of Huang, is regarded as one of the important texts because it shows that the Chinese movie reviews come of age in early post-war Taiwan. This thesis focuses on the film reviews of “local films” and “Hollywood movies,” for they are quite different from each other in themes, lengths, and ideas. The local films mainly discuss the idea about “after winning a victory.” Huang emphasizes on the practicality of how movies reflect reality and he often feels disappointed at the local films into words. Besides, Hollywood movies are the mainstream of the movie theaters in the early post-war period. “Yin-zuo” provides the texts to imagine “the United States,” movie stars in “Hollywood,” and the development of technology. However, the movie criticism also represents the ambiguity between prosperous entertainment and the suffering during the war. Finally, although “Yin-zuo” of the entertainment section in Taipei Evening Post is published for a short time, I would like to show a part of the Taiwanese movies of the early post-war age through my analysis.
|Appears in Collections:||臺灣文學研究所|
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