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The Grandmaster: Lau Kar-Leung 劉家良

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发表于 7-6-2018 12:04:41 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
本帖最后由 choi 于 7-6-2018 12:06 编辑

Ben Kenigsberg, The Auteur Whose Films Stay True to Kung-Fu's Moves and Philosophy. New York Times, July 6, 2018 (in the "Weekend Arts II" section, besides "Weekend Arts I" section)
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/ ... -nyc-this-week.html
("THE GRANDMASTER: LAU KAR-LEUNG AT THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART  A stunt director and martial arts coordinator who became a kung fu auteur in his own right, Mr Lau was known for the realism of his fight scenes and for infusing his plots with kung fu's philosophical dimension. In 'The 36th Chamber of Shaolin 少林三十六房 [1978]' (showing on Saturday [July 7] and July 17), Liu Chia-hui, also known as Gordon Liu, plays a newcomer whose training takes him through a temple's 36 chambers, each designed to refine a different aspect of his skills. (MoMA promises 'the most rigorous kung fu training ever seen on screen.') Six years later, Mr Liu furthered his education in 'The Eight Diagram Pole Fighter 五郎八卦棍 [1983; also directed by Lau and also produced by Shaw Brothers]' ([the promotional photo] above), screening on Friday [today, July 8] and July 14), in which he masters an unstoppable fighting style")

Note:
(a)
(i) The quotation appears as in print.
(ii) The Grandmaster: Lau Kar-Leung. Through July 17. Museum of Modern Art, undated.
https://www.moma.org/calendar/film

(b) Lau Kau-Leung 劉家良 (1934 – 2013; born in Guangzhou and died in Hong Kong)
(c) About Liu Chia-hui 劉家輝: The en.wikipedia.org lists his English spellings, in addition to Gordon Liu: Lau Ka-fai (Cantonese), Liu Chia-hui (Wade–Giles), and pinyin; he was born in Guangdong province in 1951
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