Abstract Chen Kaige's Together represents the tendency of American art houses and film festivals to celebrate foreign films that cling to outdated ideals of filmmaking and global exchange instead of works that push the boundaries of art and social critique. This review examines Together in light of that phenomenon and then places the film in the trajectory of Chen's oeuvre.
Review Article| June 01 2004
Film Quarterly (2004) 57 (4): 42–47.
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Brian Hu; Together. Film Quarterly 1 June 2004; 57 (4): 42–47. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/fq.2004.57.4.42
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