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Author Topic: Song at Midnight (1935)  (Read 133 times)

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Song at Midnight (1935)
« on: August 10, 2019, 03:09:19 PM »
I wish I liked this more than I did. One of China's first horror films, along with being an adaptation of The Phantom of the Opera (the original French novel, of course), Song at Midnight (originally Ye ban ge sheng) is a very choppy film, much of it due to the poor existing print. Despite being subtitled, some of the dialogue is nonsensical, some of the scenes (especially in the opening twenty minutes) incomprehensible.

This said, the film is probably somewhere around average, if not a little lower - what are your thoughts on this Chinese classic?


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