China Behind (再見中國) is a 1974 Hong Kong movie, directed by Tang Shu Shuen. The film painted a bleak portrait of both communist China and capitalist Hong Kong, yielding a thirteen-year ban by British colonial authorities, that was lifted in 1980.
|Directed by||Tang Shu Shuen|
|Box office||HK$ 1.939 M.|
The film was shot in Taiwan with official authorization, and the cinematography was done by renowned Taiwanese photographer Chang Chao-tang (張照堂).
The film was selected as one of the "Best 100 Chinese Motion Pictures" during the 24th Hong Kong Film Awards ceremony on 27 March 2005. It was also selected for inclusion in Hong Kong Film Archive's "100 must-see Hong Kong movies" in 2011.
- Toronto International Film Festival: presentation of China Behind Archived 8 August 2013 at the Wayback Machine
- East Asian Institute of Columbia University's Weatherhead Program in Contemporary Culture and Arts of East Asia
- 100 must-see Hong Kong movies Archived 18 January 2012 at the Wayback Machine p.66.
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