By Richard J. Meyer
Jin Yan tells the striking tale of the "Emperor of Film," who ruled the golden age of chinese language silent video clips. contains dozens of gorgeous stills of Jin Yan and his movies from the non-public number of Qin Yi and the China movie Archive. The booklet comes with a DVD of the movie, Peach Girl.
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