PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, History
21 March 1999 | Jason C. Atwood (firstname.lastname@example.org)
8 | An Oriental paradise that is wonderfully mastered to the screen.
I guess I'm the only one who watched this from a worn out-of-print VHS copy. No matter what the quality, THE LAST ...
According to director of photography Vittorio Storaro in Visions of Light (1992), he used the phases of light to represent different stages of the emperor's life. Red, the color of the blood that starts the flashback and the opening doors it cuts to, represents birth. Orange is the warm ... ...
Reginald Fleming 'R.J.' Johnston:
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At the time when he next sees his mother, Pu Yi says, "My mother has not seen me for seven years." That would make the year 1915, but it is wrong. He should say, "My mother has not seen me for four years," which makes the year 1912. In the spring of 1912, the new republican government divided the Forbidden City by constructing a wall, thus restricting the emperor's domain. Assuming that it is that dividing wall on which Pu Yi and Pu Chieh climb, one must reasonably assume that, since the wall is clearly under construction, the date is mid-1912 at the latest. If so, then Pu Yi has just turned six, not eight, and has been separated from his family for four years, not seven.
English, Mandarin, Japanese, Russian
$21,105 (USA) (27 November 1998)
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