Hongkong Cinema and Mainland China Cinema

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Five pages for each question. Ten pages in total:
1. Though by no means alone in this respect, Bordwell associates Hong Kong cinema with montage-based styles of filmmaking. Discuss this claim he makes using A Touch of Zen, Once Upon a Time in China, or Rouge (which Bordwell does not discuss) in terms of a montage film aesthetic.
2. In the cinema of the People’s Republic, the period between 1949 and 1966 is referred to as “The 17 Years” and basic to this era was the installation of “socialist realism” as the principle mode of Chinese narrative films. Discuss this historical development and focus analysis on “The Red Detachment of Woman” (1961) as an example of socialist realist film.
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