Recently I watched the 2006 South-Korean film “The Host” and engaged in Live-Tweeting during my viewing of the movie.
As I have previously Live-Tweeted films before in other subjects, I was familiar with this activity. However, unlike what I have accomplished previously, “The Host” is a movie with a societal, social and cultural origin very different from that of my own. As such, watching and Live-Tweeting the film was a unique experience that allowed me to examine my own background and personal framework.
When it comes to Asian culture, ―and more specifically, Asian cinema― I have very little knowledge of the concept and what it entails. Coming from a Caucasian Australian household, much of the media I accessed and consumed during my childhood and the majority of my teenage years was Western; these being television, films, games and music that were influenced by ―or directly exported…
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