“Mad Blood Stirring” (p. 5)
by Eleanor M. Farrell


Armentano, Paul. “Swords, Sorcery and Shakespeare.” Suite 101. (February 28, 2001)

Bock, Audie. Japanese Film Directors. Kodansha International Ltd.: Tokyo, New York and San Francisco, 1978.

Boose, Lynda E. and Richard Burt, eds. Shakespeare The Movie: Popularizing the Plays on Film, TV, and Video. Routledge: London and New York, 1997.

The Bride with White Hair DVD, Tai Seng 45224, 1993. Director’s audio commentary.

Brode, Douglas. Shakespeare in the Movies: From the Silent Era to Shakespeare in Love. Oxford University Press: Oxford and New York, 2000.

Buhler, Stephen M. Shakespeare in the Cinema: Ocular Proof. State University of New York Press: Albany, 2002.

Collick, John. Shakespeare, Cinema and Society. Manchester University Press: Manchester and New York, 1989.

Davies, Anthony and Stanley Wells, eds. Shakespeare and the Moving Image: The Plays on Film and Television. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, New York and Melbourne, 1994.

Desser, David. Eros plus Massacre: An Introduction to Japanese New Wave Cinema. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1988.

Dirks, Tim. “Film Review: West Side Story (1961).” The Greatest Films (Downloaded July 6, 2002)

Gallimore, Daniel. “Marebito Toshite No Sao: Shakespeare and the Internationalisation of Japan.” (Downloaded July 20, 2001)

Golulsing, K. Moti and Wimal Dissanayake. Indian Popular Cinema. Trentham Books Ltd.: Stoke on Trent, 1998.

Hampton, Howard. “Venus, Armed: Brigitte Lin’s Shanghai Gesture.” Film Comment, (September-October 1996): 42.

Henkel, Guido and Lieu Pham, The Bride with White Hair.” DVD Review, July 11, 1998.

Jackson, Russell, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Film. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, New York and Melbourne, 2000.

Kendrick, James. “Review: Double Suicide (Shinju ten no amajima).” Film Desk. (Downloaded July 6, 2002)

Lukitch, Jean. Jiang Hu: Chinese Martial Underworld.” Kung Fu Cinema.(Downloaded June 24, 2002)

Mishra, Vijay. Bollywood Cinema: Temples of Desire. Routledge: London and New York, 2002.

Nayar, Sheila J. “The Values of Fantasy: Indian Popular Cinema Through Western Scripts.” Journal of Popular Culture 31:1 (Summer 1997): 73-90.

“Papa Kehte Hain.” BollywoodLyrics.com.(Downloaded June 28, 2002)

Parker, Barry M. The Folger Shakespeare Filmography. Folger Books: Washington, D.C., 1979.

Rajadhyaksha, Ashish and Paul Willemen, eds., Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema. Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers: Chicago and London, 1999.

Richie, Donald. The Films of Akira Kurosawa. Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 1984.

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Stokes, Lisa Odham and Michael Hoover, City on Fire: Hong Kong Cinema. Verso: London and New York, 1999.

Yau, Esther C. M. ed. At Full Speed: Hong Kong Cinema in a Borderless World. University of Minnesota Press: Minneapolis and London, 2001.

Yin, Eric. “An Introduction to the Wuxia Genre.” Heroic Cinema. (Downloaded June 24, 2002)


Focus Films:

The Bride with White Hair (aka Jiang-hu: Between Love and Glory). Mandarin Films Co. Ltd., 1993. Director: Ronnie Yu.

Double Suicide. Art Theatre Guild/Hyogensa, 1969. Director: Masahiro Shinoda.

Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (From Judgment Day to Judgment Day). Eros International, 1988. Director: Mansoor Khan.

Romeo and Juliet. MGM, 1936. Director: George Cukor.

Romeo and Juliet. Paramount, 1968. Director: Franco Zefferelli

Solomon and Gaenor. APT Productions, Art Councils of England and Wales, Channel Four Films, 1999. Director: Paul Morrison.

West Side Story. United Artists, 1961. Directors: Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins.

William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Twentieth Century Fox, 1992. Director: Baz Luhrmann.

Other Films Cited:

1942, A Love Story. Eros International, 1994. Director: Vidhu Vinod Chopra.

The Bad Sleep Well. Kurosawa Films/Toho, 1960. Director: Akira Kurosawa.

Bombay. Amitabh Bachchan Corporation Ltd., 1995. Director: Mani Rathnam.

The Bride with White Hair 2
. Mandarin Films Co., Ltd., 1993. Director: David Wu

China Girl. Great American Films Limited Partnership, 1997. Director: Abel Ferrara.

JOSH. United Seven Creations, 2000. Director: Mansoor Khan.

Parampara. Videosound, 1993. Director: Yash Chopra.

The Phantom Lover. Mandarin Films Co., Ltd.: 1995. Director: Ronnie Yu.

Ran. Nippon Herald Films, 1985. Director: Akira Kurosawa.

Rouge. Golden Harvest Productions, 1987. Director: Stanley Kwan.

Romeo Must Die. Warner Brothers, 2000. Director: Andrzej Bartkowiak.

Shakespeare Wallah. Continental, 1965. Director: James Ivory.

Throne of Blood. Toho, 1957. Director: Akira Kurosawa.

White Haired Devil Lady, 1980. Director: Cheung Yam-yim.

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2002 © Eleanor M. Farrell. This paper was presented at the 33rd Annual Mythopoeic Conference, Boulder, Colorado, July 26-29, 2002. Images are the property of the individual film production/distribution companies.

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