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Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research
Hong Kong films with Cantonese as the main language have long been a significant part of Hong Kong's popular culture. The main themes of action movies with Kung fu films, gangster gunfights, and police-and-bandit films have become a major representative. As an important embodiment of violent aesthetics, a literary form in the history of films, shooting, fighting, chasing, and other scenes that can be seen in most actions films bring a multi-sensory feast to the audience. As time passed, thisdoi:10.2991/assehr.k.220110.023 fatcat:x6qocs5a4zhnbarjyt5znutrbq