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An unforgettable scene of scarf-dance from the movie "House of Flying Daggers", directed by Yimou Zhang.
4 Sep 2006
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Take a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the Sony HD World TV commercial by football megastar, Kaka, and world acclaimed director, Zhang Yimou.
9 Sep 2009
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30-second version of the Sony HD World TV commercial, "Incredible Game", by football megastar, Kaka, and world acclaimed director, Zhang Yimou.
2 Jun 2009
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60-second version of the Sony HD World TV commercial, "Incredible Game", by football megastar, Kaka, and world acclaimed director, Zhang Yimou.
2 Jun 2009
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Director : Zhang Yimou, Cast : Jet Li,Tony Leung Chiu Wai *******www.squidoo****/Top100ForeignFilms *******www.squidoo****/Top-10-Erotic-Films
17 Mar 2010
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Explosive sizzle reel for the TIGER far east film festival. Featuring anime Paprika, Riding Alone for Thousands of Miles directed by Zhang Yimou, thai horror Shutter, Johnny To's PTU, epic The Banquet starring Zhang Ziyi and kung fu action Dragon Tiger Gate starring Donnie Yen. Tiger Festival Brighton June 1st-3rd 2007
23 Nov 2007
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*******olympicgames2.blogspot**** Beijing Olympics opens with outstanding fantastic ceremony Fireworks, athletes and pageantry on a scale never before seen in the Olympics opened the Summer Games in Beijing on Friday. A global TV audience of four billion and 91,000 in the Olympic Stadium witnessed the opening ceremony. 20,000 fireworks torched the sky, fairies floated in a constellation of incandescent beauty and 56 children representing China's ethnic mix paraded the flag of the People's Republic. The eighth day of the eighth month, 2008, Chinese president Hu Jintao sat alongside Jacques Rogge, the president of the International Olympic Committee. 4,000 years of Chinese history was condensed into the mother of all floor shows to mark the opening of the Games of the XXIX Olympiad. This was the choreographed demonstration of might the like of which the Olympic Games has never seen. This was history set to music and dance, every step reminding the assembled world leaders that Beijing stands at the centre of a universe every bit as legitimate as those born of Greece and Rome. Gunpowder, or the burning of medicines in these parts, we were reminded in a series of heady detonations was invented this end of the Silk Road half a millennia ago. Paper, another creation of ancient China, and writing utensils made of bamboo slips dating back to the fifth century BC, featured heavily in a display of artistic hegemony worthy of the great nation China believes herself to be. The Summer Olympics are now officially under way, the cauldron flame has been lighted in a manner that will be talked about for generations, China has a lot of new friends and "The Greatest Show On Earth" lived up to its $100 million expectations inside the incomparable Bird's Nest. What an Opening Ceremony. One World One Dream has just been replaced as the most useful phrase here by How Did They Do That? This Opening Ceremony was billed as the greatest show on Earth, and it quite possibly was. Artistic director Zhang Yimou had the daunting task of incorporating 5,000 years worth of Chinese civilization into one program, and it was done with mind-blowing technology and artistic flair. The stadium itself was the star, its open-roof ring stretching a few stories high above and serving as a projector screen for waterfalls, whales, flying doves, stars, ancient Silk Road travel and much more. Everything about this Opening Ceremony left one breathless and wanting more, and that is what a good Opening Ceremony is supposed to do of course.
12 Aug 2008
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*******olympicgames2.blogspot**** www.yokami**** Beijing Olympics opens with outstanding fantastic ceremony Fireworks, athletes and pageantry on a scale never before seen in the Olympics opened the Summer Games in Beijing on Friday. A global TV audience of four billion and 91,000 in the Olympic Stadium witnessed the opening ceremony. 20,000 fireworks torched the sky, fairies floated in a constellation of incandescent beauty and 56 children representing China's ethnic mix paraded the flag of the People's Republic. The eighth day of the eighth month, 2008, Chinese president Hu Jintao sat alongside Jacques Rogge, the president of the International Olympic Committee. 4,000 years of Chinese history was condensed into the mother of all floor shows to mark the opening of the Games of the XXIX Olympiad. This was the choreographed demonstration of might the like of which the Olympic Games has never seen. This was history set to music and dance, every step reminding the assembled world leaders that Beijing stands at the centre of a universe every bit as legitimate as those born of Greece and Rome. Gunpowder, or the burning of medicines in these parts, we were reminded in a series of heady detonations was invented this end of the Silk Road half a millennia ago. Paper, another creation of ancient China, and writing utensils made of bamboo slips dating back to the fifth century BC, featured heavily in a display of artistic hegemony worthy of the great nation China believes herself to be. The Summer Olympics are now officially under way, the cauldron flame has been lighted in a manner that will be talked about for generations, China has a lot of new friends and "The Greatest Show On Earth" lived up to its $100 million expectations inside the incomparable Bird's Nest. What an Opening Ceremony. One World One Dream has just been replaced as the most useful phrase here by How Did They Do That? This Opening Ceremony was billed as the greatest show on Earth, and it quite possibly was. Artistic director Zhang Yimou had the daunting task of incorporating 5,000 years worth of Chinese civilization into one program, and it was done with mind-blowing technology and artistic flair. The stadium itself was the star, its open-roof ring stretching a few stories high above and serving as a projector screen for waterfalls, whales, flying doves, stars, ancient Silk Road travel and much more. Everything about this Opening Ceremony left one breathless and wanting more, and that is what a good Opening Ceremony is supposed to do of course
11 Aug 2008
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*******olympicgames2.blogspot**** www.yokami**** all olympic videos are banned on youtube and metacafe, why not all we watch opening ceremony protest against it to youtube. Beijing Olympics opens with outstanding fantastic ceremony Fireworks, athletes and pageantry on a scale never before seen in the Olympics opened the Summer Games in Beijing on Friday. A global TV audience of four billion and 91,000 in the Olympic Stadium witnessed the opening ceremony. 20,000 fireworks torched the sky, fairies floated in a constellation of incandescent beauty and 56 children representing China's ethnic mix paraded the flag of the People's Republic. The eighth day of the eighth month, 2008, Chinese president Hu Jintao sat alongside Jacques Rogge, the president of the International Olympic Committee. 4,000 years of Chinese history was condensed into the mother of all floor shows to mark the opening of the Games of the XXIX Olympiad. This was the choreographed demonstration of might the like of which the Olympic Games has never seen. This was history set to music and dance, every step reminding the assembled world leaders that Beijing stands at the centre of a universe every bit as legitimate as those born of Greece and Rome. Gunpowder, or the burning of medicines in these parts, we were reminded in a series of heady detonations was invented this end of the Silk Road half a millennia ago. Paper, another creation of ancient China, and writing utensils made of bamboo slips dating back to the fifth century BC, featured heavily in a display of artistic hegemony worthy of the great nation China believes herself to be. The Summer Olympics are now officially under way, the cauldron flame has been lighted in a manner that will be talked about for generations, China has a lot of new friends and "The Greatest Show On Earth" lived up to its $100 million expectations inside the incomparable Bird's Nest. What an Opening Ceremony. One World One Dream has just been replaced as the most useful phrase here by How Did They Do That? This Opening Ceremony was billed as the greatest show on Earth, and it quite possibly was. Artistic director Zhang Yimou had the daunting task of incorporating 5,000 years worth of Chinese civilization into one program, and it was done with mind-blowing technology and artistic flair. The stadium itself was the star, its open-roof ring stretching a few stories high above and serving as a projector screen for waterfalls, whales, flying doves, stars, ancient Silk Road travel and much more. Everything about this Opening Ceremony left one breathless and wanting more, and that is what a good Opening Ceremony is supposed to do of course
2 Oct 2008
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all olympic videos are banned on yputube, why not all we watch opening ceremony protest against it to youtube. Beijing Olympics opens with outstanding fantastic ceremony Fireworks, athletes and pageantry on a scale never before seen in the Olympics opened the Summer Games in Beijing on Friday. A global TV audience of four billion and 91,000 in the Olympic Stadium witnessed the opening ceremony. 20,000 fireworks torched the sky, fairies floated in a constellation of incandescent beauty and 56 children representing China's ethnic mix paraded the flag of the People's Republic. The eighth day of the eighth month, 2008, Chinese president Hu Jintao sat alongside Jacques Rogge, the president of the International Olympic Committee. 4,000 years of Chinese history was condensed into the mother of all floor shows to mark the opening of the Games of the XXIX Olympiad. This was the choreographed demonstration of might the like of which the Olympic Games has never seen. This was history set to music and dance, every step reminding the assembled world leaders that Beijing stands at the centre of a universe every bit as legitimate as those born of Greece and Rome. Gunpowder, or the burning of medicines in these parts, we were reminded in a series of heady detonations was invented this end of the Silk Road half a millennia ago. Paper, another creation of ancient China, and writing utensils made of bamboo slips dating back to the fifth century BC, featured heavily in a display of artistic hegemony worthy of the great nation China believes herself to be. The Summer Olympics are now officially under way, the cauldron flame has been lighted in a manner that will be talked about for generations, China has a lot of new friends and "The Greatest Show On Earth" lived up to its $100 million expectations inside the incomparable Bird's Nest. What an Opening Ceremony. One World One Dream has just been replaced as the most useful phrase here by How Did They Do That? This Opening Ceremony was billed as the greatest show on Earth, and it quite possibly was. Artistic director Zhang Yimou had the daunting task of incorporating 5,000 years worth of Chinese civilization into one program, and it was done with mind-blowing technology and artistic flair. The stadium itself was the star, its open-roof ring stretching a few stories high above and serving as a projector screen for waterfalls, whales, flying doves, stars, ancient Silk Road travel and much more. Everything about this Opening Ceremony left one breathless and wanting more, and that is what a good Opening Ceremony is supposed to do of course.
14 Aug 2008
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*******www.236**** NBC's coverage of the Olympic Opening Ceremony clocked in at over four hours. While Zhang Yimou's display was certainly memorable—regardless of the CGI fireworks—even the Chinese couldn't figure out a way to computer generate a procession of obscure African/Eastern European countries that lasted less than three hours. So, in case you missed it, here's the whole thing in sixty convenient seconds. See more at *******www.236****
16 Aug 2008
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Joel Cabrera and Bryan Herb visit the Rice Terraces outside of Guilin, cruise the Li River, visit the village of Yangshuo, and see an incredible outdoor performance directed by Yimou Zhuang, who directed the 2008 Olympic Opening Ceremony.
22 Jul 2009
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Viiksiveijari asekauppias ilmestyy syrjäiseen majataloon esittelemään ihmiskunnan uusimpia saavutuksia tappamisen alalla. Paikallinen, pahansisuisena penninvenyttäjänä tunnettu majatalon omistaja ei ole paikalla, joten hänen kaltoin kohdeltu (mutta tavattoman teräväkielinen) vaimonsa hankkii pistoolin, jotta tuore rakastaja, samaisen majatalon (ujo mutta komea) kokki voisi vihdoin päästää viheliäisen aviomiehen pois päiviltä. Kulmakunnan tuima poliisi paljastaa salasuhteen. Majatalonpitäjä pestaa poliisin murhaamaan rakastavaiset, mutta väkivallan ammattilaisella on oma näkemyksensä siitä, kenelle kassakaapin sisältö kuuluu. Samoin palkkojansa kuukausia odotelleilla tarjoilijoilla. Zhang Yimou siirtää Coenin veljesten synkeä murhakarusellin sellaisenaan täysin kiinalaisiin ympyröihin. Blood Simple sopii täydellisesti lukemattomien hongkong-elokuvien ja Beijing Operan klassiseen konseptiin: tarina tapahtuu syrjäisessä majatalossa, kaikki pettävät kaikkia, ahneus saa palkkansa ja rakastavaiset toisensa. Ehkä. Tapahtumien eksakti paikka tai historiallinen ajanjakso on epämääräinen. Ampuma-aseet ovat uusinta uutta, ollaan jossain pohjoisessa vuoristossa, lähellä Kiinan muuria. Majatalon ja miljöön design on pikkutarkkaa, mutta suunniteltu palvelemaan tarinan yltiöpäistä visualisointia. Aseet ja ratsupoliisin sotisovat on tehty mahdollisimman näyttävästi alituiseen auringonlaskuun tai –nousuun sopiviksi. Karu luonto toimii raadollisten tapahtumien lohduttomana kehyksenä. Voi ahneuden kalvamaa ihmispoloa, emmekö me ikinä opi?
1 Apr 2011
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‘En kvinde og en pistol’ er det eneste, man skal bruge for at lave en film, mente Godard. Dette credo har Zhang Yimou, en af de helt store kinesiske instruktører, parafraseret og udvidet og med ’En kvinde, en pistol og en nudelbar’ skabt en vanvittigt gakket slapstick-farce inspireret af Coen-brødrenes noir-thriller ’Blood Simple’ (1984). Wang er en ynkelig, moralsk fordærvet ejer af en nudelbar i en øde kinesisk by. Han bor i forretningen sammen med sin kone, der er grundigt træt af sin ubehageligt egoistiske mands luner, og for at få lidt sødme i tilværelsen, indleder hun en affære med den fåmælte kok, Li. Men de seksuelle eskapader går ikke upåagtet hen, og netop som Li har fået stukket en pistol i hænderne af Wangs kone, iværksætter Wang sammen med tjeneren Zhao og politimanden Zhang en plan, der skal gøre det af med de utro elskende. Intet går dog som planlagt i denne groteske, burleske komedie.
18 May 2011
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"Una mujer, una pistola y una tienda de fideos chinos" es el remake de la primera película de Joel y Ethan Coen, "Sangre facil", estrenada en 1985. En esta versión, el famoso humor negro y el fascinante suspense de los hermanos Coen se traslada a China bajo la dirección de Zhang Yimou, uno de los directores más preeminentes de la "Quinta generación". Este thriller de humor negro demuestra que el deseo puede llegar a consumir al ser humano, y que la ironía de la vida nunca se adapta a nuestros cálculos.
20 May 2011
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