A Revolution on Screen, Pt 2

Chinese cinema's "Seventeen Years": The flowering before the fall
by Kevin B. Lee   posted Sep 28, 2009

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Kevin B. Lee is editor of the Keyframe journal at Fandor and programming executive at dGenerate Films.

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