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Genres in Ostasien (Japan, Südkorea, Hongkong/China)

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Zusammenfassung

Auch dank der populären Samuraifilme Kurosawa Akiras entwickelt sich bereits früh in der wissenschaftlichen Beschäftigung mit den Kinematografien Ostasiens ein Schwerpunkt auf Genre-Phänomene. Die Frage, inwieweit sich unter Begriffen wie geki, eiga, mono, guk oder pian gefasste Gruppierungen von Filmen als Genres im westlichen Sinne verstehen lassen, wird jedoch kaum gestellt. Diese Fragestellung als Ausgangspunkt nehmend spürt dieses Kapitel dem historischen Wechselspiel des ‚Eigenen‘ und ‚Fremden‘ in ostasiatischen Genrekonfigurationen nach und sucht zu verstehen, unter welchen Bedingungen einerseits ‚fremde‘ Genres Bedeutung erlangen, andererseits ‚eigene‘ Genres entstehen.

Schlüsselwörter

Asien Hybridität Melodram Wuxiapian Jidai-geki Mukokuseki akushon Interkulturelle Analyse Martial-Arts-Film Heroic Bloodshed 

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