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作者:王念英
作者(外文):Nien-Ying Wang
論文名稱(外文):A Body That Matters: The Evolution of Jackie Chan''s Star Persona
指導教授:李振亞
指導教授(外文):Jerome Li
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立中央大學
系所名稱:英美語文學系
舊系所名稱:英美語文學研究所
學號:88122009
畢業學年度:93
語文別:英文
論文頁數:62
外文關鍵詞:Hong Kong cinemaJackie ChanIdentityHollywo
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This thesis aims at capturing a continuity of a star persona which reinvents himself to live within the constantly changing context. Using Jackie Chan as an object of study, this paper attempts to structure the development of Hong Kong kung fu action cinema. Such a perspective provides readers with the introductory survey of Hong Kong kung fu action cinema converged at the notion of Hong Kong identity. Covering the period between the 1960s and the 1990s, this history accounts for Hong Kong cinema’s becoming transnational. When Hong Kong filmmakers migrated to Hollywood in the mid-1990s, one of the significant issues raised by many respectable scholars is the notion of authentic Hong Kong cultural identity in these transnational representations. On this condition, Jackie Chan’s changing star persona puts it into question the meaning of ‘authenticity’ itself. Even if the circumstance it based has constantly changed, Chan’s shifting screen image still bears witness to his self-reinvention. What it will become through the self-revolution has been constantly remodeled to the needs of the society’s imagination and identity forms. And, it is also a heart of this thesis which intends to continuously revisit and re-envision a film star persona. While the thesis focuses on Jackie Chan, its research framework intends to be extended to see how his fellow Hong Kong filmmakers who have found their roles in Hollywood and never ceased searching for self-expressions as they have always been doing in Hong Kong cinema. Finally, in tracing Jackie Chan’s star persona in different stages of his film career, the thesis attempts to reflect the Hong Kong cinema, which continuously change, adapt and reinvent itself.
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION1
CHAPTER 1 A HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF HONG KONG KUNG FU ACTION CINEMA5
Ⅰ. KUNG FU ACTION CINEMAS—SINCE 1960S5
Ⅱ. THE 1970S KUNG FU BOOM6
Ⅲ. THE 1980S ACTION FILM: AN URBAN JIAN HU LEGEND9
Ⅳ. THE DRAGON MYTHS: BRUCE LEE AND JACKIE CHAN11
CHAPTER 2 JACKIE CHAN PERSONA IN HONG KONG CINEMA19
Ⅰ. THE 1970S KUNG FU COMEDY: A KUNG FU KID’S BREAKTHROUGH19
Ⅱ. THE 1980S ACTION FILMS: A CITY/COP’S MIRACLE24
Ⅲ. IN THE 1990S TRANSNATIONAL ACTION: AN INTERNATIONAL SUPERCOP30
CHAPTER 3 BODY AS SPECTACLE IN HOLLYWOOD35
Ⅰ. RUMBLE IN THE BRONX: SPECTACULAR BODIES AS AMERICAN HEROES36
Ⅱ. BODY AND BUDDY: THE CULTURAL PERFORMANCE IN RUSH HOUR41
Ⅲ. MY BODY IS MY SPECIAL EFFECT: JACKIE CHAN IN THE TUXEDO47
CONCLUSION51
BIBLIOGRAPHY53
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