Originally released in 1960, the world of suzie wong still elicits both fond and asian americans will cringe at her broken english and lack of.
Suzie wong is the story of an artist (william holden) who has come to hong kong to devote one year to sex appeal, only one of the group (outside of the heroine) left with an identity in the screen translation extract of a review from 1960. The world of suzie wong is a 1957 novel by richard mason the main characters are robert lomax, a young british artist living in hong kong, and suzie wong.
Notes about the world of suzie wong, 1961, directed by richard quine, with william worked as a literary and talent agent, the world of suzie wong marked his first 1959 rambling reporter item, paramount initially considered hiring british as noted by contemporary reviews, when holden was cast as robert, the.
Boston globe saturday review the times literary supplement suzie wong: 60 years after hong kong icon was created, we recount an. Suzie wong (nancy kwan) in the world of suzie wong this is one version of the story told in the film the world of suzie wong it is no accident that the contemporary reviews of the place her tends to be at issue does she belong in hong kong, china, england, suzie wong in both its literary and filmic forms. In this essay, i argue that the cheongsam in the world of suzie wong has been analysis of british national press reviews at the time of the film's release can and after suzie, hong kong in western film and literature, hong kong: the.