Suzie Wong | Mason, Richard | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Von der Schönheit einer blutjungen Chinesin angezogen, beginnt er sie zu zeichnen. Die hübsche Suzie Wong (Nancy Kwan) erzählt, dass sie aus vornehmem. Die Welt der Suzie Wong - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | angelsfromhell.eu
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Gelangweilt vom Dünkel seiner englischen Landsleute, bezieht der Maler Robert Lomax ein Zimmer in einem chinesischen Hotel direkt am Hafenkai Hongkongs. Ganz nah am Puls dieser exotischen Metropole will er sein. Hier ist er der Einzige, der für. Die Welt der Suzie Wong (Originaltitel: The World of Suzie Wong) ist ein US-amerikanisch-britischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr von Richard Quine. Suzie Wong (Unionsverlag Taschenbücher) | Richard Mason | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch. Suzie Wong | Mason, Richard | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Suzie Wong. Roman. Aus dem Englischen von Edmund Th. Kauer.»Wer wäre von Suzie Wong nicht bezaubert?«New York Herald Tribune. Taschenbuch. Der Architekt Robert Lomax will sich in Hongkong als Maler durchschlagen. Auf der Fähre begegnet er der jungen Suzie Wong, die als. Richard Mason: Suzie Wong. Um seinem leeren englischen Alltag zu entfliehen, verschlägt es den Maler Robert Lomax.
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Finding a cheap hotel, he checks in, only to find it's used by prostitutes and their "dates" they meet in the bar downstairs. Since he never picks up any of the ladies, they all want to know more about him.
Eventually, he does hire one to model for him However, since he's on a limited budget, he can't afford her exclusively, but doesn't want to "share" her with anyone else.
Martz Genie. William Holden was never more a leading man than in this film. Take all the dynamic sex appeal he exudes in Network, and turn the clock back some 15 years.
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A businessman moves to Hong Kong to pursue a career as an artist and falls in love with a prostitute he hires as a model. Director: Richard Quine.
Added to Watchlist. November's Top Streaming Picks. The Best of Kay tells Robert that one of his paintings of Suzie sold in London.
Robert reveals that he has lost Suzie, and Kay, misunderstanding, assures him he can find another model, and tries to pursue Robert herself, only to be spurned by him.
Robert finally finds Suzie waiting for him outside the hotel. She asks him to help her retrieve her son, who is in danger due to the heavy rains.
Robert and Suzie force their way up the hillside, only to discover that Suzie's son has been killed in a landslide. After the temple ceremony for her son, Robert asks Suzie to marry him, and they leave the temple together.
France Nuyen , who had played the role of Suzie Wong in the Broadway production opposite William Shatner  and was familiar to film audiences from her appearance in South Pacific , originally signed to reprise the role on screen.
After five weeks of location shooting in Hong Kong, the cast and crew — including original director Jean Negulesco — moved to London to film interiors.
Nuyen was involved romantically with Marlon Brando at the time, and his rumoured affair with Barbara Luna was causing her distress.
She began to overeat, and before long was unable to fit into the body-hugging silk cheongsams her character was required to wear. Unwilling to halt production until she could get her weight under control, executive producer Ray Stark replaced her with Nancy Kwan , who was touring the United States and Canada as the understudy to the lead in the road company performing the play.
Stark had auditioned her for the film but at the time thought she was too inexperienced to handle the lead.
Stark also fired Negulesco and replaced him with Richard Quine. Everyone involved in the completed Hong Kong scenes was required to return to reshoot them with Kwan, and all the unpublished publicity with Nuyen, including an article and photo layout for Esquire , had to be redone.
Artist Dong Kingman acted as the film's technical advisor  and painted sets for the film. Although set in Wanchai, the film featured locations from around Hong Kong, sometimes misrepresenting their geographical proximity for cinematic effect.
The film serves as a valuable historical record of s Hong Kong. When the film was released it attracted a mixed response.
Bosley Crowther of The New York Times observed that sceptics could assume "that what we have here is a tale so purely idealized in the telling that it wafts into the realm of sheer romance.
Unless you shut your eyes and start thinking, you might almost believe it to be true. Patrick's screenplay contrives such a winning yum-yum girl that, even if she is invented, she's a charming little thing to have around.
And a new girl named Nancy Kwan plays her so blithely and innocently that even the ladies should love her. She and the scenery are the best things in the film.
Variety said, "Holden gives a first-class performance, restrained and sincere. He brings authority and compassion to the role.
Kwan is not always perfect in her timing of lines she has a tendency to anticipate and appears to lack a full range of depth or warmth, but on the whole she manages a fairly believable portrayal.
Some years after the film's release, the London listing magazine Time Out commented that because the film is "denied the chance of being honest about its subject, it soon degenerates into euphemistic soap opera, with vague gestures towards bohemianism and lukewarm titillation.
There is a persistent strain in our culture that refuses to move beyond the stereotype of Asian women as exotic and subservient.
These stereotypes have been reinforced in our popular culture through plays and movies from our distant past such as Madame Butterfly and The World of Suzie Wong.
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