A Day on the Grand Canal with the Emperor of China Movie Review 1991

Information and Film Reviews for A Day on the Grand Canal with the Emperor of China the Movie

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The time is 1689, the place is China. Emperor Kangxi is touring his southern territories and you're invited on this journey via a detailed antique scroll. It is a rich account of 17th century Chinese life including babies, old men, janitors, fish mongers--people from every walk of life. David Hockney narrates through the 72 feet of this wonderful work, adding a new and interesting dimension to this very fascinating, very accessible piece of art. Hailed by both art critics and historians.

Distribution

University of Washington Educational Media Collection, Kane Hall, Rm. 35, Campus Box 353095, Seattle, WA 98195, Phone: (206)543-9907, Fax: (206)616-6501

Available on VHS
Running time 46 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Documentary Films, Art & Artists, Painting, China, History
Producer
David Hockney

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