Saturday, December 10, 2005

影評:《面子》不錯看

《面子》中顛覆的地方非常多。十多年前的《喜宴》這麼好看,但是喜愛之餘,總是帶著罪惡感和不安,因為《喜宴》到最後,還是以維護傳統家庭價值的保守態度喜劇收場。《面子》和《喜宴》面對的問題相同,都是(老掉牙的)世代、文化差異衝突;但《面子》卻是激進的。片中的媽媽搞未婚懷孕,女兒則是女同志,對中國傳統而言都是離經叛道的。


全文請看 但唐謨《面子》不錯看


20 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

不知導演人最近在忙些什麼事?有新戲的計劃嗎?

12/12/05 02:58  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Filmmaker Wu puts arms around 'Babes'
Fri Dec 16, 2005 1:56 AM ET

By Tatiana Siegel

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Alice Wu will write and direct "Foreign Babes in Beijing," a feature likened to "Lost in Translation."

The Paramount Pictures project centers on a young American woman who moves to Beijing and becomes famous playing a vixen in a Chinese soap opera. It is based on Rachel DeWoskin's memoir "Foreign Babes in Beijing: Behind the Scenes of a New China," which chronicles her experience amid China's changing cultural landscape in the 1990s. It was published in May by W.W. Norton.

Wu, a native of San Jose, Calif., directed the short "Trick or Treat" before writing and directing her first feature, "Saving Face," a Chinese-American family comedy-drama.

Reuters/Hollywood Reporter


看起來她要去北京拍一部新戲喔!!http://today.reuters.com/news/newsArticle.aspx?type=filmNews&storyID=2005-12-16T065651Z_01_KRA624961_RTRIDST_0_FILM-WU-DC.XML

16/12/05 23:45  
Anonymous Canadian Fan said...

Looking forward in seeing this new film. Alice you are truely an inspiration to the some of us Asian North Americans (Canadian loves you too!). Way to break out and do something that you love!

17/12/05 14:33  
Anonymous Malaysian fan said...

i don't know the right place to say this but Alice Wu i just want to let you know that i'm so in love with Saving Face. i watched it like almost 20 times by now.but my friend is even more extreme than me she keep replaying the movie over and over i lost count. we just love this movie so much. i really hope this movie can make it to the big screen here in my place but i don't think that will ever happen. my country is too strict about this thing.

In my opinion this is the best lesbian movie i've ever watch because it's not just focus on their relationship but the whole community involve.
(but somehow i hope there is a sequel for this movie - showing more of Wil and Vivian moments :p or tv series)

congratulations Alice and thank you so much for this wonderful movie.

18/12/05 11:29  
Blogger aichenlin said...

After watching on the DVD, I just love the film. Alice, your film tells so well about the Chinese culture and you did a great job on putting this story into the film. It’s very simple and straight forward, but I have been watching it many times to understand every little thing that you try to say.

I whish I could give you my little support. Unfortunately, I didn't make it to see the film when the film was up in San Francisco. I am hoping to see it on the big screen when I go back to Taipei. Everyone cross the finger for me!!!

I am looking forward to see your new film !!!

22/12/05 02:25  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I watched this movie tonight and enjoyed it very much. I saw a favorable review of it in Ming Pao (a Hong Kong newspaper) a few weeks ago but I don't know if I can find it again.

22/12/05 03:37  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to Alice Wu and you all

23/12/05 03:31  
Anonymous Just Say Mo said...

Hi, everyone, I'm the author of this review. I love this movie, and I'm glad to share my view here with you guys (girls). I think it's one of my all time favorites since it presents Asian sexuality so proundly. I have a question, maybe one of you can help me: I was always wondering that during Chinese Exclusive Law, their must have quite a lot of gay activities in Chinatown or in Chinese comunity, do you know where I can find such imformation or any story about it. Thanks, I'm very interested in this.

23/12/05 05:15  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SAVING FACE MTV

http://x6.putfile.com/videos/b7-29518354126.wmv

26/12/05 10:55  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For the MTV goes, it’s great cut. However, is it legal?

28/12/05 00:06  
Blogger btrhthty said...

can anyone tell me if there's any OST for saving face? i love the songs! cheers!

17/1/06 11:02  
Blogger princess' diaries said...

can anyone advise me where can i get the OST for 'saving face'? i love the songs!

17/1/06 11:06  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think there is no OST yet.

20/1/06 00:41  
Anonymous VFor said...

I come from Hong Kong. Last year,my friend and I travelled in Taipei . When I walked in MTR station, I saw Saving Face poster. I was impressive.

I watched Brokeback Moutain in the early of this year. I would say that I love Saving Face more than Brokeback Moutain. I am a Chinese and a girl. Saving Face gives me more room to think.

When I was in cinema, I wondered when will Brokeback Moutain end. How bored is that film. When I watched Saving Face at at home, I am unsatisfied that film which was ended fast. So, the one thing I can do, is watch it again.

8/4/06 00:45  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

anyway i can get a downloaded version sent to me somehow?....

4/5/06 01:07  
Blogger hsiaokay said...

can you send the downloaded version to me as well? thanks much...

4/5/06 06:44  
Anonymous an-asian-lesbian said...

a friend had recently gave me a DVD of 'Saving Face'. i was reluctant to watch it for that, as a lesbian, I hate to see another misrepresentation of lesbian on screens.. I don’t have any gay/lesbian friends, beco’z I don’t seek them.. as a lesbian, I feel I am completely normal like anyone else, therefore, I feel no need to find others as my ‘special’ group of friends.. and as a completely normal person that I think I am, I hate it when lesbian/gay people are portrait to be odd one out or cast away of the society..

however, friend urged me to watch the DVD.. and I am grateful for that.. tho I believe Wil and Vivian’s relationship was a little under developed on the screen.. but the dialogue and actors body language has shown where they are up to in their relationship.. beco’z of the fast moving storyline in the movie, my eye was stacked to the tv.. and was feeling lost after the movie had ended, beco’z I wanted more! it was an enjoyable night watching it twice back-to-back..

Thank you Alice Wu (oh btw, I am also a Wu).. I love all the characters in the story (including smaller parts like Jay, Mr Cho, and the middle-aged chinese goss people).. tho I was lucky enough never had to have those type of chinese in my life, but I know they exists, and they are all very real.. and, of course the 2 young leads.. they both have normal things people worries about in life - work, family, themselves.. things they do and been through in the film, reminds me many things I had to face realising my own sexuality and coming to term with it.. and I still remember how difficult it was working up the courage to talk my ma about my sexual orientation..

thank you for having such real characters on the screen.. if I had something like this to watch when I was younger, I wouldn’t have to spend so many years understanding that there is nothing wrong or strange about me, and been a lesbian..

20/5/06 06:37  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i somewhat reluctantly watched this DVD. a few of my friends recommended me of this movie and finally i agreed to watch it. and i'm really glad i did because it's now my favourite film!

the reason why i like it so much is beacause it is very funny and something that I can identify with strongly. The first time i got it out was when i had my straight cousin over. we couldnt stop laughing and laughing. My cousin said the movie reminded her of the relationship my mother has with me, for example, of how mum tells me how I should dress and that she keeps setting trying to set me up with boys that I'm not interested in. It also reminded her of the Chinese community here in Australia and the whole "one billion chinese, 2 degrees of separation" thing and how Wil's parents generation handle issues. So, I must congraulate you all for making a film that is really realistic and true to life! (Well, at least to my life anyway!)

13/6/06 00:37  
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