A personal vision of the Hong Kong cityscape in Anson Mak's essayistic documentary films One Way Street on a Turntable and On the Edge of a Floating City, We Sing
Post-1990 documentary : reconfiguring independence
Edinburgh University Press
Standing in sharp contrast to the predominantly journalistic, expository or vérité documentaries which Hong Kong is recognised for producing, is one of its rare experimental, essayistic documentaries. Anson Hoi Shan Mak’s highly idiosyncratic filmic record of a quasi-Bloomian pilgrimage through traditional districts of Hong Kong, entitled One Way Street on a Turntable (2007), premiered at the Hong Kong International Film Festival in 2007 to mixed critical reviews.
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Ingham, M. (2015). A personal vision of the Hong Kong cityscape in Anson Mak's essayistic documentary films One Way Street on a Turntable and On the Edge of a Floating City, We Sing. In C. Deprez & J. Pernin (Eds.), Post-1990 documentary: Reconfiguring independence (pp. 151-168). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.3366/j.ctt16r0hnq.15