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New Film about 20th Century Taiwan History

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Re: New Film about 20th Century Taiwan History

Postby Taiwanguy » 08 Sep 2015, 08:27

Milkybar_Kid wrote:
I compose scores for films and TV shows in Taiwan and China.


What does this mean?

Were you also responsible for the English subtitles on the first one? I might head down to rent the DVD but would probably need the English subs turned on for a film like this.

Thanks :)


I write music. I did the musical score for both of the films in this series.

And yes, I worked on the subtitles on the first one as well.
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Re: New Film about 20th Century Taiwan History

Postby Taiwanguy » 18 Sep 2015, 09:19

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Film opens today. I went to the Taipei premier last night. Mayor Ko sat a couple of rows behind me.

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It is screening with English subs. Somehow they managed to squeeze in a couple of mistakes even after I made sure the file was good to go...but they are minor. Check it out if you are interested in early 20th century Taiwan history.
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