Singing Behind Screens (2003)

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A young man enters a brothel and sees a staged narration of a Chinese folk tale concerning a female pirate.


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4 April 2005 | CambelIMDB
8
| Impressive
Surely it is not a masterpiece but a very very impressive work.

First of all watching a far-eastern myth from the perspective of an Italian director is really exciting. Costume and production designs are very good. On the other hand cinematography is also brilliant. The most interesting part is that cinematography is not something we used to see in far-eastern movies. That increases the originality. Italian speaking characters are not artificial since all the dialogs and themes contain universal issues. Bud Spencer's performance is really good. But the biggest thing is, of course, Olmi's narration style. There were some parallel editing samples in the movie that should have been shown in film classes.

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Release Date:

24 October 2003

Language

Italian, Mandarin, English


Country of Origin

Italy, UK, France

Filming Locations

Podgorica, Montenegro

Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$1,071,748

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