Some Questions for 28 Kisses
Experimental | 1994 | 9 mins | VHS
Men, Identity, Media, Sexuality
High school & up
SOME QUESETIONS FOR 28 KISSES
1994, 9 mins, experimental
“How many times have you seen an Asian man kiss someone on TV?” “Are Asian men socially inept?” “Why are so many newscasting teams white men and Asian women?” With an MTV-generation pace, Fulbeck responds to the media’s portrayal of sex and interracial dating. This program guarantees lively discussion.
GAME OF DEATH
1991, 7 mins, experimental
Using unedited footage from Bruce Lee’s last (unfinished) film, Fulbeck examines the various roles he posthumously came to represent – from the filmmaker's own boyhood idol to an Asian American male icon. With hilarious commentary, Game of Death subtly re-directs the original film’s energy, confronts and questions our memory of Bruce Lee as a legend, and examines issues of male stereotyping and marketing of Asian culture in the U.S.
“…leads the viewer on a delightfully rip-roaring jaunt through the Asian Pacific American psyche…”
Special Juror’s Award, USA Film & Video Festival (Some Questions for 28 Kisses)
Movies on a Shoestring Award, Rochester International Independent Film & Video Festival (Some Questions for 28 Kisses)
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