International Journal of New Developments in Engineering and Society, 2019, 3(2); doi: 10.25236/IJNDES.19211.
Li JiaXin, Li TianZi, Han RuoXI
Ang Lee's film has a strong acceptance in the world, combining China with the West. This is probably the most profound impression that the world mentioned. Ang Lee was born in China and went abroad to study. There is no doubt that he is deeply influenced by the open ideology and culture abroad. So he can make Brokeback Mountain, which is shocking in the world, and also make a stunning Happy Banquet. So where is the Chinese element in Ang Lee's films? In this article, the author focuses on the analysis of director Ang Lee's film in the use of East elements, as well as his integration of Chinese and Western elements to produce the beauty of neutralization. And it systematically analyses Ang Lee's emotional expression in the film and why he can stand in the world film.
Ang Lee's Eastern Elements and Chinese-Western Emotional Philosophy
Li JiaXin, Li TianZi, Han RuoXI. On the Use of Eastern Elements and Emotional Expressions in Ang Lee's Films. International Journal of New Developments in Engineering and Society (2019) Vol.3, Issue 2: 78-85. https://doi.org/10.25236/IJNDES.19211.
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