The rich historical drama The Grandmaster consolidates Wong Kar Wai's status as Hong Kong cinema's pre-eminent global export. At the same time, the film and its various renditions recast his oeuvre's concerns in a new light and are illustrative of increasing transnational relationships in cinema, writes Nicholas Godfrey.
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - Jan 2015|
- Movie Directors – Works
- Movie Directors – Criticism and Interpretation
- Wai, Wong Kar