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A Conversation with Huang Shuqing

A Conversation with Huang Shuqing 0 1995 by Duke University Press called it the only film in China that is made from a woman’s perspective. Huang also produced two critically acclaimed television series: Fortress Besieged (We;cheng) (1990),based on Qian Zhongshu’s novel about Chinese students returning home after studying in Europe; and Retribution (Nie zhai) (1994), shot in Shanghainese dialect, about the children born of Shanghainese sent-down youth in Yunnan province who returned to Shanghai in the 1980sand 1990s to be reunited with their parents. Her most recent film is Spirit o Painting (Huahun)(1993),based on the true story of f the Chinese woman painter, Pan Yuliang, who lived in Paris in the 1920s. T h e following dialogue is an edited composite of two interviews with Huang Shuqing. (D) Tell us about your current film. Are you having difficulties getting it approved? While I was shooting Huahun, it was very clear to me that there was only one issue I wanted to focus on, and that was to resolve the problem of nude painting. I decided not to deal with other issues such as painting and sex. I knew that it was simply unrealistic to address too many issues in the same film, so http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png positions asia critique Duke University Press

A Conversation with Huang Shuqing

positions asia critique , Volume 3 (3) – Dec 1, 1995

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Publisher
Duke University Press
Copyright
Copyright 1995 by Duke University Press
ISSN
1067-9847
eISSN
1527-8271
DOI
10.1215/10679847-3-3-790
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0 1995 by Duke University Press called it the only film in China that is made from a woman’s perspective. Huang also produced two critically acclaimed television series: Fortress Besieged (We;cheng) (1990),based on Qian Zhongshu’s novel about Chinese students returning home after studying in Europe; and Retribution (Nie zhai) (1994), shot in Shanghainese dialect, about the children born of Shanghainese sent-down youth in Yunnan province who returned to Shanghai in the 1980sand 1990s to be reunited with their parents. Her most recent film is Spirit o Painting (Huahun)(1993),based on the true story of f the Chinese woman painter, Pan Yuliang, who lived in Paris in the 1920s. T h e following dialogue is an edited composite of two interviews with Huang Shuqing. (D) Tell us about your current film. Are you having difficulties getting it approved? While I was shooting Huahun, it was very clear to me that there was only one issue I wanted to focus on, and that was to resolve the problem of nude painting. I decided not to deal with other issues such as painting and sex. I knew that it was simply unrealistic to address too many issues in the same film, so

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positions asia critiqueDuke University Press

Published: Dec 1, 1995

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