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tmh10232009-9-18 09:47 PM
被背叛的台灣

第一部針對台灣白色恐怖時期的政治事件改編的好萊烏電影,正在美國試映中
[url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KbAGhECVZE[/url]
不知是否能在台灣順利上演?
我想在法國上映應該是指日可待

製作人 Will TIAO 刁毓能 是台裔美籍第二代
[url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAv5VDzjXvQ&feature=related[/url]
可以看看他在募款餐會上的演說內容
(題外話:他的英文非常好,不知道國台語溜不溜?)

對電影官網的中文翻譯與介紹如下
[url]http://www.shadowgov.tw/?p=news[/url],detail,23515

我相信這部片子應該可以掀起另一股不同於"色戒"的討論熱潮
畢竟,政治間諜片人人都愛看
大家拭目以待!!!:881:

PS:我覺得討論一部有內容的電影,比討論別人的私事有意思多了

[[i] Last edited by tmh1023 on 2009-9-18 at 11:29 PM [/i]]

Spark2009-9-18 10:16 PM
超期待這部片的! 好想看! 好想看~~~(o)


被你搶先一步PO了, 哈哈
我原本還想說友台的霹靂火收視率太好
這個新聞現在上檔, 很容易被夾殺, 少人收看
XD
不過既然都PO了, 我就力挺到底!

我也來採取現在很夯的鄉民模式:hihi:

老闆! 雞排兩塊, 小辣要切! 魷魚剁小塊一點!
魚板一塊! 甜不辣三塊! 四季豆一把!

鹹酥雞叫了很多, 有沒有人要一起來分享的啊~~~
ㄟㄟ, 那個隔壁三立台的siraya, 趕快來幫這台助陣啊!:hehe

lpbm2009-9-18 10:36 PM
咦??  HBO  ??

好耶好耶∼∼∼

偶滷雞腿還有剩一隻,誰有燙青菜,芋龜KIAO,拿來換喔∼∼∼

Spark2009-9-18 10:53 PM
自由時報:
[quote]
「這是一部很感人的電影,我可以感受到影片中的情緒。」在台灣出生的華裔眾議員吳振偉出席「被出賣的福爾摩莎」試映會後作了上述表示;多年來力挺台灣的布朗參議員則說,他過去認為台灣民主是奇蹟,現在更了解台灣民主是很多人犧牲換來的。目前的政策雖然做不到,但盼有一天能實現「一中、一台、一藏」的目標,讓民主與人權的價值能普及到包括中國在內的地方。


這場在新聞博物館舉行的試映會由福爾摩莎基金會主辦,台灣前外長陳唐山、帶著妻子兒女出席的吳振偉、布朗、德州眾議員麥考爾、百餘位國會幕僚與關心台灣的友人一起觀賞這部電影,現場反應熱烈,吳振偉並留下參與討論。


「被出賣的福爾摩莎」由刁毓能擔任製作人。故事從一位美籍台灣教授被殺害,美國聯邦調查局幹員赴台查案,帶出台灣當時在戒嚴下的獨裁政治以及美麗島事件。片中可以看到江南案、陳文成案以及林宅血案的影子。這部電影從國民黨統治下的台灣人角度,觀察台灣政治與美台關係,獲得許多旅美台僑的資金贊助。


受預算限制影片選在泰國拍攝,片中演員多為美籍華裔,台灣觀眾對於影片的寫真程度可能有不同感受。不過,曾列入黑名單的陳唐山看完電影後表示,這些內容確實勾起他的回憶,想起留美前台灣的政治與社會情景。而在華府律師事務所工作的莫瑞斯表示,這部電影很好看,他雖然對台灣政治不熟悉,但做為一位美國觀眾,他完全可以了解影片的內容和情緒。


這部電影不但批評國民黨,也批評了美國政府。曾在國務院任職的美國學者譚慎格在影片結束後表示,美國在台協會、中情局還有國會其實非常關切台灣當時的民主運動。美國政府在影片中的壞人角色,讓他覺得有些委屈。刁毓能說,這部電影做了很多研究,但畢竟不是紀錄片,當然也會引起批評和辯論,他非常歡迎各界的挑戰。[/quote]

這部片子在台灣似乎受到莫名的阻力(?), 檔期都敲不出來
真希望法國能早日看到!(o)

sheep8172009-9-19 12:28 AM
“被出賣的福爾摩沙“
對這部片能否在台灣上映實在不樂觀..
以電影藍本的陳文成博士命案,都已經20多年了仍然懸而未決
因為涉及當年政府最醜陋黑暗的一面..

[url=http://www.twhistory.org.tw/20010702.htm]陳文成事件[/url]

[url=http://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E9%99%B3%E6%96%87%E6%88%90]陳文成事件wiki[/url]

前陣子有一個28週年的blog串寫活動
有興趣的話可以看看
[url=http://www.cwcmf.org.tw/joomla/index.php]「我的31歲」[/url]

[[i] Last edited by sheep817 on 2009-9-19 at 01:31 AM [/i]]

Skywalker2009-9-19 07:54 AM
震撼人心。。此片是非看不可。

anlisatar2009-9-19 11:32 AM
這部片子已經做好很久了  正式上映不知道要哪時候  有沒有乾脆開放偶棉在鄉下地方的人  可以直接買DVD來看呢?

wilma2009-9-19 12:57 PM
果然是在講陳文成的案子
我之前一直在猜是在描述這件事情
我也很懷疑這齣戲能不能順利在台灣上映
依照現在的新聞局,很可能會遇到很大的阻礙∼∼∼

我也超想看看這齣片
很好奇由在米國的華裔所陳述出來的東西會是什麼樣子的觀點
如果陳述的東西還算中肯的話
我一定要買票給全實驗室的法國人去看 XD  (先來算銀行還剩多少錢)

Spark2009-9-19 03:05 PM
目前此片正在積極參加各個影展, 蓄積能量
等待時機成熟, 應該就會上映了

不過還是要靠大家告訴大家
讓更多台灣人注意到這部片子
這樣才有機會在台灣上映

Spark2009-9-19 11:02 PM
電影海報

[img]http://img22.imageshack.us/img22/6806/498eee3663043.jpg[/img]

HBO電影台真冷清, 鹹酥雞買這麼多, 也沒人來分T_T

[[i] Last edited by Spark on 2009-9-20 at 11:55 AM [/i]]

siraya2009-9-20 07:36 AM
[quote]Originally posted by [i]Spark[/i] at 2009-9-18 11:16 PM:
超期待這部片的! 好想看! 好想看~~~(o)


被你搶先一步PO了, 哈哈
我原本還想說友台的霹靂火收視率太好
這個新聞現在上檔, 很容易被夾殺, 少人收看
XD
不過既然都PO了, 我就力挺到底!

我也來採取現在很 ... [/quote]
ㄟ∼起床了,看到斯伯克老大點名小的我,我就來看看∼
哇哇∼∼不看還好,一看不得了!!!
講陳文成的,那一段白色恐怖的日子∼∼∼∼∼
被發現屍體時,是在研圖旁,難怪我老覺得研圖附近似乎有什麼隱情。
李組長嘴巴一歪,眼睛吊白眼∼發現,案情並不單純。

雖然我是喜歡看霹靂火的鄉民,但是,這種好片怎麼能讓他沈下去呢?
這也是要推的啦!!!

Spark2009-9-20 08:45 AM
由於此片內容講的是國民黨最黑暗的一段過去(白色恐怖)
是國民黨最不希望讓台灣人知道的歷史
相信國民黨政府會千方百計的阻撓此片在台上映

小的在此大膽兵推, 政府可能使用的幾種手法
[color=Blue]1.新聞局強行阻擋, 找莫名的理由, 認定此片不能在台上映[/color]
這個做法極笨但可能有效, 越禁的東西人越愛看, 但想看卻不能看也沒轍
有可能會被輿論逆轉, 後來開放播映的機會,
但新聞局如果耍賤不放行, 此舉可以蒙蔽最多的台灣人

[color=Blue]2.運用旗下媒體眾打手, 抹黑此片, 說這部片具有泛綠的政治陰謀, 企圖攻擊政府, 裡面都是胡扯, 內容都是假的[/color]
這招很賤, 但就是可以騙到很多人, 台灣有太多電視乳牛, 電視餵什麼就吃什麼
達賴喇嘛來台都可以講成這樣了, 還一堆人起舞, 就知道多有用

[color=Blue]3.暗地裡威脅電影戲院, 如果上映, 將會有什麼嚴重後果, 來減少此片的普遍度[/color]
政府能威脅的手段太多了, 可以三不五時就來戲院各式檢查, 丟個什麼安全不合格之類的, 強制休業
這招最賤, 表面上政府很寬容, 讓不利自己的片子上映, 實際上運用手段讓戲院不敢放映

[color=Blue]4.講播放此片將會傷害兩岸關係(中共配合演出), 會影響台灣經濟, 來威脅台灣人民[/color]
沒錯, 就是這麼智障的招
因為片中涉及台獨意識, 會觸怒廣大的中國民眾, 他們就會不來觀光消費, 企業就會不來投資
然後台灣經濟就會深受影響......等等的
高雄市政府要放"愛的十個條件", 中國就要抵制到南部觀光, 誰敢說放此片不會受到相同待遇


以上不是"單"選題, 看看我會說中幾個:smoke:

lpbm2009-9-20 09:41 AM
偶來分吃鹽酥雞...有加九層塔嗎??

阿你把撇步都教得這麼清楚,那鍋國安極和新聞極文化極...極...還有飯吃嗎???

Spark2009-9-20 10:50 AM
[quote]Originally posted by [i]lpbm[/i] at 2009-9-20 10:41 AM:
偶來分吃鹽酥雞...有加九層塔嗎??

阿你把撇步都教得這麼清楚,那鍋國安極和新聞極文化極...極...還有飯吃嗎??? [/quote]
當然有加九層塔啊! 還有蒜泥喔!
[img]http://407.travel-web.com.tw/Show/images/News/61159_1.jpg[/img]
還有很多好料勒, 一起來吃吧~~:D


那些蝦密局的喔, 呼攏百姓一流的啦
不讓多點人看破他們手腳, 就只有繼續被呼攏的份

wilma2009-9-20 11:09 AM
[quote]Originally posted by [i]Spark[/i] at 2009-9-20 04:45 PM:
由於此片內容講的是國民黨最黑暗的一段過去(白色恐怖)
是國民黨最不希望讓台灣人知道的歷史
相信國民黨政府會千方百計的阻撓此片在台上映

小的在此大膽兵推, 政府可能使用的幾種手法
[color=Blue]1.新聞局強 ... [/quote]

我全選。

siraya2009-9-20 02:58 PM
[quote]Originally posted by [i]wilma[/i] at 2009-9-20 12:09 PM:


我全選。 [/quote]
我也全選!

Spark2009-9-20 10:16 PM
有FACEBOOK的朋友, 可以加入Formosa Betrayed的社團
[url=http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=5250182906]http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=5250182906[/url]
方便追蹤電影最新消息, 或是給他們支持鼓勵:)

tfanalysis2009-9-21 06:00 AM
離題一下,有一本書與這部電影同名「Formosa Betrayed」

之前在找要當伴手禮的書(給法國的同事),此書也在我書單內

雖然書和電影並沒有關係,只是同名而已

但真的很值得看

可惜台灣的網路書店全都買不到這本,連到店面去訂也訂不到(英文版)

倒是Amazon.com有,US$ 50/本

原本放棄介紹這本書給法國人了

居然給我找到此書英文版可以在網路上[b][color=Red][size=4]合法下載[/size][/color][/b]

[url]http://homepage.usask.ca/~llr130/taiwanlibrary/kerr/[/url]

(請點上方 "Complete Text Adobe Acrobat PDF File" 的連結)



另提供兩個與此書相關的連結

[url=http://www.yuyen.tw/2007/08/blog-post_18.html]簡余晏部落格[/url]
[url=http://www.laijohn.com/archives/pc/Tan/Tan,Esen/talk-on-Kerr.htm]譯者專訪[/url]

--
這陣子都泡在圖書館裡閉關,把這本書的中文版翻了一遍

大推!

Spark2009-9-21 08:35 AM
[quote]Originally posted by [i]tfanalysis[/i] at 2009-9-21 07:00 AM:
離題一下,有一本書與這部電影同名「Formosa Betrayed」

之前在找要當伴手禮的書(給法國的同事),此書也在我書單內

雖然書和電影並沒有關係,只是同名而已

但真的很值得看

可惜台灣的網路書店全都買不 ... [/quote]
下次回台灣, 我要去找中文版的來買(英文不夠好...)

很感慨台灣有許多人仍搞不清楚自己的身分, 認為自己是中國人
我們從小到大的教育裡, 課本中有太多太多的謊言, 深深毒害著台灣人
就像日本據台時的皇民化運動, 國民政府灌輸台灣人是"龍的傳人", 是"中國人"
進行"中國化運動"(這是我自己取的, 不知道有沒有正式名稱)

在潛移默化裡摧毀台灣人的自主思想, 現在有多少年輕人搞的清楚自己的身分?
再加上政治的紊亂, 更讓許多年輕人抗拒去了解真相, 選擇無知

很多年輕人說的出自己是台灣人, 可是卻又同時認為自己是"龍的傳人"
有這種雙重矛盾心理的比比皆是, 而毫不自知怪異

晚知總比不知好, 希望大家能多多認識自己, 台灣人

lpbm2010-2-23 07:09 PM
這部片子在美國上演了∼∼∼∼

ohgosh2010-2-23 09:08 PM
好想看喔~~~~ !!!
要是在法國上映~
一定要呼朋引伴來去看!!!

wudaudau2010-2-23 11:15 PM
我等這部好久了!去年十一月就無意間發現…然後很怕會沒消沒息…

台灣要是不能上就是假民主!

lpbm2010-3-12 08:09 AM
Formosa Betrayed on Facebook
[url]http://www.facebook.com/group.php?v=info&gid=5250182906[/url]

lilounobody2010-3-12 08:37 AM
有機會回台的朋友可以去師大附近的水準書店或台大附近的台灣ㄟ店問
我就是在那邊找到書的

期待看到這部電影...

stephanie3042010-3-12 10:30 AM
我好想看喔....
但是我很懷疑我們能不能看的到.........

lpbm2010-3-12 10:52 AM
[url]http://www.formosathemovie.com/pressPDF/PoliticalFilmSociety.pdf[/url]
獲 political film society 4項提名



[url]http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100302/ap_en_mo/as_film_taiwan_formosa_betrayed[/url]
Hollywood film tackles Taiwan's martial law era

  By MIN LEE, AP Entertainment Writer Min Lee, Ap Entertainment Writer   – Mon Mar 1, 10:52 pm ET

HONG KONG – When China and Taiwan split in 1949, the mainland's communist rulers were demonized by the West and their defeated opponents on the island touted as guardians of freedom. The Nationalists were anything but.

Chiang Kai-shek ruled the leaf-shaped territory with a heavy hand. On the pretext of containing communism, he jailed and tortured activists, censored newspapers and books and restricted the use of the local Taiwanese dialect.

Now a Taiwanese-American filmmaker is using Hollywood storytelling to bring this dark period of the island's history to a broader audience.

"Formosa Betrayed," released in the U.S. over the weekend, is partly based on actual events. It follows an FBI agent who travels to the island to help investigate the killing of a Taiwanese economics professor outside Chicago. The lead role is played by James Van Der Beek, an American actor best known for playing the title character in the hit teen TV drama "Dawson's Creek."

The producer and writer is Will Tiao, a former U.S. congressional aide and trade official who moved into acting. He said he was inspired by his own family history: His father, a professor at Kansas State University, was blacklisted and spied on by fellow Taiwanese studying in the U.S. who were hired by the Taiwanese government to monitor the politics of their peers.

In "Formosa Betrayed" — Portuguese seafarers dubbed Taiwan "Ilha Formosa," or "Beautiful Isle" when they passed the island in 1542 — Tiao and director Adam Kane offer a stark look at authoritarian Nationalist rule in the 1980s.

Tiao has a supporting role as a Taiwanese activist who is tortured by blowtorch during an interrogation and whose wife and young daughter are killed.

Military police in khaki uniforms and white helmets are everywhere. They drop by a restaurant and arrest a customer, seemingly at random, after labeling him a communist spy. They fire into a peaceful protest organized by anti-government activists.

The main plot is the murder of the dissident Taiwanese economics professor on U.S. soil — a story reminiscent of actual events.

In 1984, two Taiwanese gangsters acting on the orders of a military intelligence official gunned down Taiwanese-American journalist Henry Liu in the garage of his suburban San Francisco home after he published a critical biography of Chiang's son, Chiang Ching-kuo.

In the movie, Taiwanese officials track down two gunmen behind the economics professor's murder and kill them before they can talk.

In real life, Taiwanese courts sentenced Liu's two murderers and the military intelligence official to life terms in 1985 — but all three were freed on parole in 1991. The Taiwanese government said the intelligence official acted on his own, but it paid Liu's widow $1.5 million in 1990 as part of an out-of-court settlement.

Van Der Beek said he was shocked when he read the script. Ignorant of Taiwanese history, he prepared for his role by meeting with Taiwanese-Americans who were harassed by spies.

"When you have people thanking you for doing this movie with tears in their eyes, the sense of responsibility becomes that much more immediate. I hope they're happy with it. We did it for them," he said.

Taiwan is now a democracy. The Nationalists ended martial law in 1987, launched democratic reforms and apologized for the atrocities they committed. The formerly outlawed opposition ruled from 2000 to 2008, before the Nationalists returned to power.

But the island's authoritarian past is still a topic sensitive enough that Tiao chose not to shoot on location, opting instead for the outskirts of Bangkok, Thailand. That also made it easier to replicate Taiwan's rustic look of the 1980s, something that would have been difficult in the highly developed island today.

The filmmakers sought funding from the Taiwanese government to make "Formosa Betrayed" but failed.

Producer Echo Lin said they applied for $4 million from the then-opposition-run government in October 2007. She said the proposal passed an initial round of screening by the government, but the filmmakers never heard back after the Nationalists won the presidential election in March 2008.

Taiwan's government disputes this. York Liao, the chief secretary of the Council for Economic Planning and Development, said the filmmakers withdrew their application for funding before the change of power.

Tiao said he raised most of his $8 million dollar budget from small investors in the U.S., Taiwan and Canada.

The filmmakers are still keen to show the movie in Taiwan, and Lin said several local distributors have expressed interest.

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lpbm2010-3-12 11:15 AM
電視台的影評

[url]http://mediumraretv.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=369&Itemid=62[/url]


What: Film Review
Directed by: Adam Kane
Written by: Will Tiao,Charlie Stratton, Brian Askew, Yann Samuel, Nathan Goodman, Katie Swain
Produced by: David Allen Cluck, Will Tiao, Adam Kane
Starring: James Van Der Beek, Will Tiao, Wendy Crewson, Tzi Ma, John Heard
Running Time (in minutes): 103 mins.
Language: English
Rated: R
Rated by: Kevin Robinson

The big screen might have found one of it’s new leading men in the form of James Van Der Beek, if his performance in the political thriller Formosa Betrayed is any indication.  Hats off to the casting people.  Hartnett, Di Caprio, Tatum take note.  

  Van Der Beek (TV’s Dawson’s Creek) plays an FBI agent sent to Taiwan (Formosa) to observe and report the murder of a Taiwanese- American professor during the early 1980’s.  His task is helped/hampered by  US diplomat Susan Kane (Wendy Crewson) who knows the lay of the land and speaks the language and a Taiwanese official (The Lady Killers’ Tzi Ma). What he finds is a complex mix of double-dealing, patriotism, capitalism, gangsters, and of course murder, all in the name of foreign relations.  Along the way Agent Kelly (Van Der Beek) realizes that he is witnessing a cover up that has far reaching implications and he’s not down with the program.  In doing so, he meets up with political dissident Ming (Will Tiao) to help shed light on what’s really going on on “The Beautiful Island”.

     What makes Formosa Betrayed work is not just the acting, it’s truly an ensemble effort.  Van Der Beek has the right combination of look, voice, and acting chops to make his character believable without being clichéd or over the top and he undoubtedly was able to carry the film as the lead .  The rest of the cast turned in very fine performances as well.  Equally as important is the attention to detail by the production, costume and art design crews.  The cars, settings, wardrobe, all have the look and feel of a time and place that takes place in the ‘80’s, but somehow is reminiscent of the Cold War ‘50’s and 60’s.  This is director/producer Adam Kane’s feature length debut, but he has done extensive work as a television director (Heroes, Pushing Daisies) and cinematographer  (The Boondock Saints, Grey’s Anatomy) for both TV and film.  Of course a film is only as good as it’s story, and this one came from true life experiences by Will Tiao, who co-wrote it along with being one of the producers.  It’s a well crafted slice of government paranoia and political history that most people are unaware of , others are trying to forget, and still others may wish to stifle.  Maybe that’s why it’s in limited release, but Formosa Betrayed is one film that any fan of good cinema should seek out.


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