STUDY BUDDY ANSWERS: The martial arts choreographers who brought fight scenes to life in wuxia and kung fu films [March 31, 2021]

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1. D

2. A lot of Asian films were made there./The most well-known Asian films were made there. (any 1)

3. Yam Yu-tin

4. Belief: in early Hong Kong martial arts films, the actors designed the martial arts scenes for themselves.

Fact: Hong Kong’s first martial arts film had two martial arts choreographers

5. (i) ploys

(ii) swords

(iii) choreography

(iv) kung fu

6. It uses fist fighting instead of flying swords.

7. (i) T

(ii) NG

(iii) F

(iv) T

(v) NG

8. (i) choreographers gained credit for their work

(ii) they became sought after

(iii) they were given more freedom to direct scenes

(iiv) innovation flourished

9. D

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