The Last Emperor Film Analysis

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Register to read the introduction… The Qing Dynasty was primed for a fast decline, and was no longer under the Mandate of Heaven in people of China’s eyes. Taken over by a revolution, a drug trade that caused laziness, warlords, and an odd relationship with Japan, Pu Yi would finally fall out of the public eye in 1934. He would be sent to prison and be reformed into a model citizen of China’s new government. The film ends full circle with Pu Yi visiting the Forbidden City and sitting on what once was his throne. Whether this part is true or not, it completes the film well, and the interesting story of the last emperor of

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