Table of contents for Sentimental fabulations, contemporary Chinese films : attachment in the age of global visibility / Rey Chow.

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Contents
Preface and Acknowledgments	
Note on Transcription
Introduction
Part I: Remembrance of Things Past
1. The Seductions of Homecoming: Temptress Moon and the Question of Origins
2. Nostalgia of the New Wave: Romance, Domesticity, and the Longing for Oneness in Happy 
Together
3. The Everyday in The Road Home and In the Mood for Love: From the Legacy of Socialism to the 
Potency of Yuan
Part II: Migrants' Lore, Women's Options
4. Autumn Hearts: Filming Feminine Psychic Interiority in Song of the Exile
5. By Way of Mass Commodities: Love in Comrades, Almost a Love Story	
6. All Chinese Families Are Alike: Biopolitics in Eat a Bowl of Tea and The Wedding Banquet
Part III: Picturing the Life to Come . . .
7. The Political Economy of Vision in Happy Times and Not One Less; or, A Different Type of 
Migration
8. "Human" in the Age of Disposable People: The Ambiguous Import of Kinship and Education in 
Blind Shaft
9. The Enigma of Incest and the Staging of Kinship Family Remains in The River
Postscript (Inspired by Brokeback Mountain): "The Juice"; or, "The Great Chinese Theme"
Notes
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Motion pictures -- China.
Motion pictures -- Social aspects -- China.