- The Flowers of War fails to bloom for Chinese film industry
- The Flowers of War
- Movie review: ‘The Flowers of War’
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F ew could question Zhang Yimou's ambition. In the s, he stormed to global box-office success with Hero. Though Danny Boyle's Olympics opener is now fresher in the mind, Zhang's spectacular staging of the Beijing opening ceremony four years ago left a lasting impression of Chinese capability that any of history's greatest propagandists would have envied.
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The Flowers of War
Movie review: ‘The Flowers of War’
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In a globalized age, Chinese and American pop culture mix in unexpected ways. Locked-out NBA players join mainland basketball teams.
In the dark history of human atrocity, one savage, inhuman chapter that is always missing from the textbooks in courses about the Pacific conflict in World War II is the Rape of Nanking. Except for the occasional documentary, this harrowing event has gone largely unexplored by filmmakers, yet it surges with historic value and the elements of heartbreaking drama. Ask history majors about what the Japanese did to freedom-loving civilians to alter the world and all they know is Pearl Harbor, Bataan and the Death March. Now the great Chinese director Zhang Yimou has made a valiant and compassionate effort to enlighten the ignorant. It is emotionally shattering. More than , people were massacred, including the Chinese army, and only a handful of ordinary people fought to survive.
Eventually, it seems, every senseless waste of life gets its own gauzy tear-jerker.