I didn’t know this particular one way culture current flowed beneath us.
Asian movies have a note of reinforcing identity, and when they are translated by Hollywood into Hollywood movies, that is rewritten literally into identity deconstruction: something like civil war than the former’s empire building in political terms. When Asia remakes Hollywood films, they keep it as it is, so the Asian stars in these unique vehicles undergo identity deconstruction uncommon in the Asian star-system. The best Asian movie remade by Hollywood recently was the Departed, which kept to the original sense of identity expansion through Western psychological notions of deconstruction.
North Americans yearn for identity growth (expansion) through deconstruction. NKOTB is a great example of an act that is seeing growth from having gone through personal deconstruction.
Parker Posey’s movies Broken English and Price Check proves that in the former where the character achieves identity growth by taking a risk grossed…
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