Three Views of Asians in Film
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In this article, the writer presents an analysis of three films--'Dragon Seed', 'Sayonara' and 'The Fall of the I-Hotel', focusing on the depiction of Asians from the Orientalist standpoint in the Hollywood movies and contrasting it with the realistic picture of Asian Americans in a polemical documentary.
From the Paper:"The purpose of this research is to examine the depiction of Asian communities in three films two made in Hollywood by non-Asians and one made independently by an Asian American filmmaker 'Dragon Seed', 'Sayonara' and 'The Fall of the I-Hotel'. The plan of the research will be to set forth the patterns of ideas in the films and then discuss the means by which they arrive at their respective portrayals of Asian experience. Two of the films under consideration 'Dragon Seed' and 'Sayonara' provide a window into ..."
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