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The Red Detachment of Women (1970)
"Hong se niang zi jun" (original title)

 -  Music  -  1970 (China)
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Song Chen ...
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Ching-hua Ching ...
Wu Ching-hua
Sha Chu
Xue Jinghua ...
Wu Qinghua
Chengxiang Li ...
Nan Batian, the Tyrant
Qingtang Liu ...
Hong Changqing
Sing Siang Lo ...
Hung Chang-ching
Wan Qiwu ...
Ou Guangsi, Nan Batian's lackey
Li Xinying ...
Xiao Pang, the Messenger
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An Important Score
27 April 2005 | by (WA State USA) – See all my reviews

Nixon, while in China, was treated to an abbreviated performance of this ballet, and he became a fan! And why not? It's a great show. And a great score, full of emotion, catchy tunes, and real Hollywood Golden Age-style heart, enough to win over a Republican president! Because, that's what really matters in art and show biz: appealing to the audience. The Chinese Cultural Revolution was a nightmare, but in the midst of the chaos were sincere and hardworking artists who did what they could to produce the best quality productions they could, even though they were propaganda. The other outstanding film in the same vein from China at this time was 'Dongfang hong' (aka 'The East is Red'). It is to these (largely anonymous) artists' credit, and an honor to their memory, that the art in what they did survives, and can be rediscovered.


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