Director Edward Yang
Music director Xiaoliang Weng
Screenplay Edward Yang, Xiao Yei
Language Mandarin Taiwanese
|Writer Hsiao-Yeh, Edward Yang|
Release date 1986
Initial release December 19, 1986 (Taiwan)
Cast Cora Miao (Zhou Yufang), Bao-ming Gu (The cop), Lichun Lee (Li Lizhong), Chin Shih-Chieh (Zhou's lover)
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Terrorizers is a 1986 film by Taiwanese filmmaker Edward Yang.
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The film concerns the coincidental interactions between three groups of people in Taipei: a young woman and the tough petty criminal gang of native Taiwanese she hangs out with; a Mainlander doctor and his novelist wife; and a young photographer who observes the life of the city unfolding around him, in an echo of the protagonist of Michelangelo Antonioni's Blowup.
Terrorizers is a part of the New Taiwan Cinema. "Famously characterized by Marxist scholar Fredric Jameson as the postmodern film, the film was likened by Yang himself to a puzzle where the pleasure lies in rearranging a multitude of relationships between characters, spaces, and genres."
Awards and nominations
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