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Love Speaks

93 min - Romance -
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A woman enlists the help of a carefree photographer to document her cross country trip to propose to her boyfriend. Things don't awry when they lose their bus and must make the rest of the way by any means they can.

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A woman enlists the help of a carefree photographer to document her cross country trip to propose to her boyfriend. Things don't awry when they lose their bus and must make the rest of the way by any means they can.


Genres: Romance

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Country:   China

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Runtime:  1 h 33 min

Lust and Found

Comedy, Crime -
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One fatal decision leads to a cascade of errors and misjudgments that send the story of “Lust & Found” into a crazy chase through Hong Kong to its comedic denouement where everyone gets what they deserve, though not necessarily what they want.

Director:  Lawrence Gray

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One fatal decision leads to a cascade of errors and misjudgments that send the story of “Lust & Found” into a crazy chase through Hong Kong to its comedic denouement where everyone gets what they deserve, though not necessarily what they want.


Collections: Lawrence Gray

Tagline: Where's my f$$ing money?

Genres: Comedy, Crime

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Official Website:  http://lustandfound.tv/
Country:   Hong Kong

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Production Companies:  Fat Englishman Films Limited

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Looking for Lucky

100 min - Comedy -
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A rousing dog and man comedy composed of just 61 shots, and set in Shenyang in northeastern China, where people argue continuously. The film takes off from the premises of an MA student losing his professor’s dog and must enlist his father’s help to retrieve it, lest his prospects of a tutorship vanishes. A biting satire on every conceivable ill in modern Society, and an endearing portrait of a father-and-son relationship.

Director:  Jiang Jiachen
Stars:  Ding Xinhe, Hai Yu

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A rousing dog and man comedy composed of just 61 shots, and set in Shenyang in northeastern China, where people argue continuously. The film takes off from the premises of an MA student losing his professor’s dog and must enlist his father’s help to retrieve it, lest his prospects of a tutorship vanishes. A biting satire on every conceivable ill in modern Society, and an endearing portrait of a father-and-son relationship.


Collections: Jiang Jiachen

Tagline: Full of humorous and lively conversations, the film captures the rhythms of real life, in which absurdity is part of living

Genres: Comedy

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Country:   China,   Hong Kong
Language:  普通话

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Production Companies:  Youku, Heyi Pictures Company

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Runtime:  1 h 40 min

Laborer's Love (1922)

30 min - Comedy - 8 March 1922
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Cheng the fruit seller is in love with the daughter of his neighbor the doctor, but the good doctor won't let him marry her unless Chang finds him more patients. This is the earliest surviving film from the last century in China.

Director:  Shichuan Zhang
Writers:  Zhengqiu Zheng

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Cheng the fruit seller is in love with the daughter of his neighbor the doctor, but the good doctor won't let him marry her unless Chang finds him more patients. This is the earliest surviving film from the last century in China.


Collections: Shichuan Zhang

Genres: Comedy

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Country:   China
Language:  No Language
Release Date:  8 March 1922

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Production Companies:  Mingxing Film Company

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Runtime:  0 h 30 min

Little Toys (1933)

114 min - Drama - 3 January 1933
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Sister Ye lives in a rural village, where everyone makes traditional toys. When Sister Ye's husband dies of an unknown illness, and while Ye is attending to him, her son is kidnapped and sold to a wealthy lady in the city of Shanghai. Shortly after, the village is destroyed during an attack between rival warlords, forcing the villagers move to the city, where they continue to make toys. Ten years pass, and Ye's daughter Zhu'er has become a toy designer. While helping the Nationalist army at the rear, Zhu'er is killed in an attack by the Japanese. On New Year's Eve, Sister Ye is dressed in rags, sitting on the curb, selling toys. A young boy buys toys from her, and it is none other than her son, whom she does not recognize.

Director:  Sun Yu
Stars:  Lingyu Ruan

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Sister Ye lives in a rural village, where everyone makes traditional toys. When Sister Ye's husband dies of an unknown illness, and while Ye is attending to him, her son is kidnapped and sold to a wealthy lady in the city of Shanghai. Shortly after, the village is destroyed during an attack between rival warlords, forcing the villagers move to the city, where they continue to make toys. Ten years pass, and Ye's daughter Zhu'er has become a toy designer. While helping the Nationalist army at the rear, Zhu'er is killed in an attack by the Japanese. On New Year's Eve, Sister Ye is dressed in rags, sitting on the curb, selling toys. A young boy buys toys from her, and it is none other than her son, whom she does not recognize.


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Genres: Drama

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Country:   China
Release Date:  3 January 1933

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Runtime:  1 h 54 min

Lian hua jiao xiang qu (1937)

- 17 December 1937
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"Lianhua Symphony" - a small collection, consisting of eight short films shot in 1937 by young filmmakers Shanghai Lianhua Film Company.

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"Lianhua Symphony" - a small collection, consisting of eight short films shot in 1937 by young filmmakers Shanghai Lianhua Film Company.



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Release Date:  17 December 1937

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Long live the mistress (1947)

90 min - - 30 November 1947
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Have no other info than it was part of Hong Kong Film Awards' 100 Best Chinese Movies.

Director:  Hu Sang
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Have no other info than it was part of Hong Kong Film Awards' 100 Best Chinese Movies.


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Language:  普通话
Release Date:  30 November 1947

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Runtime:  1 h 30 min

太太万岁 (1947)

107 min - Comedy - 30 November 1947
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  秀外慧中的好媳妇陈思珍(蒋天流饰)自与丈夫唐志远(张伐饰)结婚后,便把家里的人际关系处理得很好,持家有道。一日,思珍的弟弟陈思瑞(韩非饰)从台湾到上海省亲,邂逅志远的妹妹唐志琴(汪漪饰),两人一见钟情。然而因为陈父(石挥饰)不肯资助自己筹办公司的志远,却极力反对这桩亲事。思珍只得谎称唐家存有金条美钞,陈父才同意资助志远办起公司。不料发迹致富的志远却有了外遇,与姨太太(上官云珠饰)有染。思珍为了顾全丈夫名誉,只得委曲求全。未几,志远破产,谎言败露,两家人也因此闹翻。终于,思珍决定与志远离婚,却在律师事务遇见了秘密登记结婚的思瑞、志琴两人。面对真心相爱的一对有情人,思珍该何去何从。   由中国著名导演桑弧执导于1947年摄制的黑白影片《太太万岁》是小说家张爱玲的电影经典剧作。桑弧含蓄细腻的电影风格与张爱玲的剧作交相辉映。

Director:  Sang Hu
Writers:  Eileen Chang Ai-Ling

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  秀外慧中的好媳妇陈思珍(蒋天流饰)自与丈夫唐志远(张伐饰)结婚后,便把家里的人际关系处理得很好,持家有道。一日,思珍的弟弟陈思瑞(韩非饰)从台湾到上海省亲,邂逅志远的妹妹唐志琴(汪漪饰),两人一见钟情。然而因为陈父(石挥饰)不肯资助自己筹办公司的志远,却极力反对这桩亲事。思珍只得谎称唐家存有金条美钞,陈父才同意资助志远办起公司。不料发迹致富的志远却有了外遇,与姨太太(上官云珠饰)有染。思珍为了顾全丈夫名誉,只得委曲求全。未几,志远破产,谎言败露,两家人也因此闹翻。终于,思珍决定与志远离婚,却在律师事务遇见了秘密登记结婚的思瑞、志琴两人。面对真心相爱的一对有情人,思珍该何去何从。   由中国著名导演桑弧执导于1947年摄制的黑白影片《太太万岁》是小说家张爱玲的电影经典剧作。桑弧含蓄细腻的电影风格与张爱玲的剧作交相辉映。


Collections: Sang Hu

Genres: Comedy

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Country:   China
Language:  普通话
Release Date:  30 November 1947

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Production Companies:  Wenhua Film Company

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Runtime:  1 h 47 min

鸡毛信 (1954)

战争, 剧情, Propaganda - 1 January 1954
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Haiwa is a twelve-year-old boy and the son of a guerrilla leader. One day, he is entrusted with urgent dispatch that must be brought to the Communist Eighth Route Army, which is fighting the Imperial Japanese Army in northeast China. The letter is marked with three feathers, indicating its importance. He embarks on his mission but must avoid the many Japanese patrols. At one point, he is forced to hide the dispatch under a sheep while posing as a shepherd. Later, he is captured by the Japanese who force him to act as a guide and scout. Using his wits, he leads the Japanese forces into an ambush, where they are killed and he is rescued. Delivering the important letter, the Communist army is able to use the information contained therein to capture a Japanese commander.  抗日战争时期,华北根据地龙门村有赵姓父子两人,父亲(舒适)是民兵队中队长,12岁的儿子海娃(蔡元元)则是儿童团团长。某天,赵父让海娃给八路军送一封有关攻打日军炮楼的鸡毛信,海娃装扮成放羊娃赶着一群羊携信上路。   路途,海娃遇到敌人,急中生智把信藏在绵羊的尾巴之下,逃过一劫。海娃被迫带路,晚上却趁敌人熟睡取信逃跑,中间信一度得而复失、失而复得,海娃也再落敌人之手,这回,聪明勇敢的他将敌人引上了歧途,而敌人发现上当时,打伤了海娃的手,这时,八路军赶到

Director:  Hui Shi
Writers:  Junxiang Zhang

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Haiwa is a twelve-year-old boy and the son of a guerrilla leader. One day, he is entrusted with urgent dispatch that must be brought to the Communist Eighth Route Army, which is fighting the Imperial Japanese Army in northeast China. The letter is marked with three feathers, indicating its importance. He embarks on his mission but must avoid the many Japanese patrols. At one point, he is forced to hide the dispatch under a sheep while posing as a shepherd. Later, he is captured by the Japanese who force him to act as a guide and scout. Using his wits, he leads the Japanese forces into an ambush, where they are killed and he is rescued. Delivering the important letter, the Communist army is able to use the information contained therein to capture a Japanese commander.  抗日战争时期,华北根据地龙门村有赵姓父子两人,父亲(舒适)是民兵队中队长,12岁的儿子海娃(蔡元元)则是儿童团团长。某天,赵父让海娃给八路军送一封有关攻打日军炮楼的鸡毛信,海娃装扮成放羊娃赶着一群羊携信上路。   路途,海娃遇到敌人,急中生智把信藏在绵羊的尾巴之下,逃过一劫。海娃被迫带路,晚上却趁敌人熟睡取信逃跑,中间信一度得而复失、失而复得,海娃也再落敌人之手,这回,聪明勇敢的他将敌人引上了歧途,而敌人发现上当时,打伤了海娃的手,这时,八路军赶到


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Country:   China
Language:  普通话
Release Date:  1 January 1954

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Production Companies:  Shanghai Film Studios

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Liu san jie (1960)

117 min - - 1 January 1960
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Liu Sanjie is a story that originates from the Zhuang minority people; the largest of the minority groups in China. It’s based on the legend of a woman called Liu Sanjie (literally meaning “third sister of Liu family”). Across generations, the story has become an oral tradition amongst these people and similar characters have even been found to exist in other minority cultures. According to legend, Liu Sanjie had the gift of a beautiful singing voice from a very early age. So beautiful was her voice, she could quell anger and raise the spirits of the people around her. The story became famous around China when the movie Liu Sanjie was released in 1960 – a rare musical production in Chinese cinema.

Director:  Su Li

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Liu Sanjie is a story that originates from the Zhuang minority people; the largest of the minority groups in China. It’s based on the legend of a woman called Liu Sanjie (literally meaning “third sister of Liu family”). Across generations, the story has become an oral tradition amongst these people and similar characters have even been found to exist in other minority cultures. According to legend, Liu Sanjie had the gift of a beautiful singing voice from a very early age. So beautiful was her voice, she could quell anger and raise the spirits of the people around her. The story became famous around China when the movie Liu Sanjie was released in 1960 – a rare musical production in Chinese cinema.


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Language:  普通话
Release Date:  1 January 1960

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Runtime:  1 h 57 min

Love without End (1961)

117 min - Drama - 11 October 1961
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Li Qingqing, an orphan, just arrives in Hong Kong and becomes a singer who sacrifices everything for her man.

Director:  Doe Ching
Stars:  Lin Dai, Kwan Shan

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Li Qingqing, an orphan, just arrives in Hong Kong and becomes a singer who sacrifices everything for her man.


Collections: Doe Ching

Tagline: romance

Genres: Drama

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Country:   Hong Kong
Language:  普通话
Release Date:  11 October 1961

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Production Companies:  Shaw Brothers

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Runtime:  1 h 57 min

Li Shuangshuang (1962)

104 min - - 12 March 1962
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In this delightful comedy, a cheerful farmer's wife (post-Revolution superstar Zhang Ruifang) in a village commune puts her marriage in jeopardy when she takes her cadre spirit a little too far.

Director:  Ren Lu

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In this delightful comedy, a cheerful farmer's wife (post-Revolution superstar Zhang Ruifang) in a village commune puts her marriage in jeopardy when she takes her cadre spirit a little too far.


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Country:   China
Language:  普通话
Release Date:  12 March 1962

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Runtime:  1 h 44 min

Lovers' Rock (1964)

95 min - Romance - 16 October 1964
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Taiwan's submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1964

Director:  Pan Lei

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Taiwan's submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1964


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Genres: Romance

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Country:   Taiwan
Release Date:  16 October 1964

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Runtime:  1 h 35 min

Little 8th Route Army (1973)

46 min - Animation, Propaganda - 1 January 1973
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The film was produced and released under the term of chairman Mao Zedong when the cultural revolution was still ongoing. The plot backdrop is based on the National Revolutionary Army's 8th Route Army division, when it was under the control of Communist Party of China instead of the opposing Kuomintang. Despite numerous movie adaptations, this is the only animation piece ever produced on the subject. A story book was also released as a companion to the film.

Director:  Lei You
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The film was produced and released under the term of chairman Mao Zedong when the cultural revolution was still ongoing. The plot backdrop is based on the National Revolutionary Army's 8th Route Army division, when it was under the control of Communist Party of China instead of the opposing Kuomintang. Despite numerous movie adaptations, this is the only animation piece ever produced on the subject. A story book was also released as a companion to the film.


Collections: Lei You

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Country:   China
Language:  Chinese Mandarin
Release Date:  1 January 1973

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Production Companies:  Shanghai Animation Film Studio

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Runtime:  0 h 46 min

Legend of the Bat (1978)

102 min - Action, Drama - 8 July 1978
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Following "Clans Of Intrigue"'s success, director Chu Yuan, novelist Ku Lung, and superstar Ti Lung re-teamed for another adventure featuring sexy knight Chu Liu-Hsiang. This time, he travels to the mysterious Island Of The Bats, where he encounters treacherous monks, beautiful women, and a strange Prince. The movie is also a significant milestone in the amount of female flesh revealed on screen, proving that Shaw movies can balance the yin of cheesecake with the yang of beefcake.

Director:  Chor Yuen

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Following "Clans Of Intrigue"'s success, director Chu Yuan, novelist Ku Lung, and superstar Ti Lung re-teamed for another adventure featuring sexy knight Chu Liu-Hsiang. This time, he travels to the mysterious Island Of The Bats, where he encounters treacherous monks, beautiful women, and a strange Prince. The movie is also a significant milestone in the amount of female flesh revealed on screen, proving that Shaw movies can balance the yin of cheesecake with the yang of beefcake.


Collections: Chor Yuen

Genres: Action, Drama

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Country:   Hong Kong
Language:  普通话
Release Date:  8 July 1978

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Production Companies:  Shaw Brothers

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Runtime:  1 h 42 min

Lackey and the Lady Tiger (1980)

98 min - Comedy, Action - 6 March 1980
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A convict (Wang Jang Li) seeks revenge on a man's grandfather who sent him to jail for ten years. But it's up to the old man's grandson to stop him.

Director:  Norman Law Man, Siao Lung

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A convict (Wang Jang Li) seeks revenge on a man's grandfather who sent him to jail for ten years. But it's up to the old man's grandson to stop him.


Collections: Norman Law Man, Siao Lung

Genres: Comedy, Action

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Country:   Hong Kong
Language:  Cantonese, Spanish
Release Date:  6 March 1980

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Production Companies:  Seasonal Film Corporation

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Runtime:  1 h 38 min

Legend of the Fox (1980)

Drama, Action, Adventure - 15 November 1980
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Chin Siu Ho plays a young man who believes himself to be an orphan. Until one rainy night when he and three different men find themselves taking shelter from the storm in the same place. Here the man who raised him tells him at last the story of who his parents were. His father (Lu Feng) was a great swordsman trying to dispel rumors of a wrongdoing and return a lost sword to its rightful owner. Kuo Choi and Chiang Sheng (also master swordsmen) are the parties that Lu Feng is trying to rectify things with. Through cowardly trickery on Chiang's part, a duel ensues and it all winds up with Lu's death. His son is taken to safety by a servant (the man who since raised him). Now with the truth told, Chin Siu Ho seeks out Kuo Choi's aid and seeks vengeance for the wrongful death of his father.

Director:  Chang Cheh
Writers:  Louis Cha, Chang Cheh, Ni Kuang

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Chin Siu Ho plays a young man who believes himself to be an orphan. Until one rainy night when he and three different men find themselves taking shelter from the storm in the same place. Here the man who raised him tells him at last the story of who his parents were. His father (Lu Feng) was a great swordsman trying to dispel rumors of a wrongdoing and return a lost sword to its rightful owner. Kuo Choi and Chiang Sheng (also master swordsmen) are the parties that Lu Feng is trying to rectify things with. Through cowardly trickery on Chiang's part, a duel ensues and it all winds up with Lu's death. His son is taken to safety by a servant (the man who since raised him). Now with the truth told, Chin Siu Ho seeks out Kuo Choi's aid and seeks vengeance for the wrongful death of his father.


Collections: Chang Cheh

Tagline: It tells the story of a young man named Hu Fei, as he escapes the rain with his uncle. Whilst they’re undercover and Fei is looking after his sick uncle, a group of men walk in that Fei’s uncle recognizes. He then tells Fei the story of how is father was killed. So, Hu Fei decides to seek revenge on those people.

Genres: Drama, Action, Adventure

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Country:   Hong Kong
Release Date:  15 November 1980

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Production Companies:  Shaw Brothers

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Legend of Tianyun Mountain (1980)

120 min - Drama - 1 December 1980
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When Song Wei's fiancee Luo Qun is denounced as a right-wing traitor by Party official Wu Yao, he is sentenced to ten years' hard labor. Song Wei breaks off her engagement, and eventually marries Wu Yao. Years later, after the Cultural Revolution, political currents have shifted; Song Wei demands that her husband, now a powerful Party official, seek Luo Qun's rehabilitation, but Wu Yao has no desire to open up old political and emotional wounds.

Director:  Xie Jin
Writers:  Yanzhou Lu

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When Song Wei's fiancee Luo Qun is denounced as a right-wing traitor by Party official Wu Yao, he is sentenced to ten years' hard labor. Song Wei breaks off her engagement, and eventually marries Wu Yao. Years later, after the Cultural Revolution, political currents have shifted; Song Wei demands that her husband, now a powerful Party official, seek Luo Qun's rehabilitation, but Wu Yao has no desire to open up old political and emotional wounds.


Collections: Xie Jin

Genres: Drama

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Country:   China
Language:  普通话
Release Date:  1 December 1980

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Runtime:  2 h 00 min

Love Massacre (1981)

91 min - Horror, Thriller, Drama, Mystery, Romance - 26 March 1981
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Set in a surprisingly minimalist San Francisco, Patrick Tam’s stylish slasher movie manages to evoke both Antonioni and Mario Bava in this tale of a ravishing young co-ed (Brigitte Lin) whose studly boyfriend (Chang Kuo-chu) turns into a demented stalker after the suicide of his sister.

Director:  Patrick Tam Kar-Ming
Writers:  Joyce Chan

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Set in a surprisingly minimalist San Francisco, Patrick Tam’s stylish slasher movie manages to evoke both Antonioni and Mario Bava in this tale of a ravishing young co-ed (Brigitte Lin) whose studly boyfriend (Chang Kuo-chu) turns into a demented stalker after the suicide of his sister.


Collections: Patrick Tam Kar-Ming

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Country:   Hong Kong
Language:  Cantonese
Release Date:  26 March 1981

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Production Companies:  David & David Investment Co. Production

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Runtime:  1 h 31 min

Legendary Weapons of China (1982)

109 min - Action, Comedy - 21 January 1982
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Legendary Weapons of China is a martial arts fantasy film taking place during the late Qing Dynasty when Empress Dowager Cixi dispatches her agents to various factions of the Boxer Rebellion in order to find supernatural martial artists that are invulnerable to western bullets. When one of the leaders of these groups disbands his forces, assassins from the remaining factions are sent out to kill him.

Director:  Liu Chia-Liang
Writers:  Lee Tai-Hang

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Legendary Weapons of China is a martial arts fantasy film taking place during the late Qing Dynasty when Empress Dowager Cixi dispatches her agents to various factions of the Boxer Rebellion in order to find supernatural martial artists that are invulnerable to western bullets. When one of the leaders of these groups disbands his forces, assassins from the remaining factions are sent out to kill him.


Collections: Liu Chia-Liang

Genres: Action, Comedy

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Country:   Hong Kong
Language:  普通话
Release Date:  21 January 1982

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Production Companies:  Shaw Brothers

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Runtime:  1 h 49 min

Lusty Discipline in Uniform (1982)

62 min - Drama - 15 November 1982
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Yoshimatsu of university lecturer, likes her student Mikiko he succeeds entering her house by seducing mikiko mother

Director:  Mamoru Watanabe
Writers:  Kazuo 'Gaira' Komizu

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Yoshimatsu of university lecturer, likes her student Mikiko he succeeds entering her house by seducing mikiko mother


Collections: Mamoru Watanabe

Genres: Drama

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Country:   Japan
Language:  Japanese
Release Date:  15 November 1982

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Runtime:  1 h 02 min

Life (1984)

125 min - - 1 January 1984
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Life is a Chinese film ...

Director:  Tian-Ming Wu
Writers:  Yao Lu

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Life is a Chinese film ...


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Country:   China
Language:  普通话
Release Date:  1 January 1984

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Production Companies:  Xi'an Film Studio

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Runtime:  2 h 05 min

Love in a Fallen City (1984)

93 min - Romance - 2 August 1984
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Taking place in 1941, Love in a Fallen City centers on Pai (Cora Miao), a young woman who has been ostracized by her family for divorcing her rich husband. A local match-maker, Mrs. Hsu (Helen Ma), takes pity on Pai and decides to bring her to Hong Kong, under the guise of employing her as the Hsu's nanny, but in reality to introduce her to Fan (Chow Yun-Fat). Pai and Fan seem to hit it off, but Fan's refusal to marry Pai soon sours things. However, as the Japanese begin to invade Hong Kong, the two begin to realize their true feelings for each other.

Director:  Ann Hui

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Taking place in 1941, Love in a Fallen City centers on Pai (Cora Miao), a young woman who has been ostracized by her family for divorcing her rich husband. A local match-maker, Mrs. Hsu (Helen Ma), takes pity on Pai and decides to bring her to Hong Kong, under the guise of employing her as the Hsu's nanny, but in reality to introduce her to Fan (Chow Yun-Fat). Pai and Fan seem to hit it off, but Fan's refusal to marry Pai soon sours things. However, as the Japanese begin to invade Hong Kong, the two begin to realize their true feelings for each other.


Collections: Ann Hui

Genres: Romance

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Country:   Hong Kong
Language:  Cantonese, English
Release Date:  2 August 1984

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Production Companies:  Shaw Brothers

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Runtime:  1 h 33 min

Lucky Stars Go Places (1986)

95 min - Comedy, Action - 20 June 1986
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Lucky Stars Go Places, also known as The Luckiest Stars, is a 1986 Hong Kong action comedy film directed by Eric Tsang. It is the fourth film in the Lucky Stars series. It was an attempt to combine the original Lucky Stars troupe with the similar action comedy ensemble from the Aces Go Places series.

Director:  Eric Tsang
Writers:  Barry Wong

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Lucky Stars Go Places, also known as The Luckiest Stars, is a 1986 Hong Kong action comedy film directed by Eric Tsang. It is the fourth film in the Lucky Stars series. It was an attempt to combine the original Lucky Stars troupe with the similar action comedy ensemble from the Aces Go Places series.


Collections: Eric Tsang

Tagline: A bunch of zany Hong Kong cops get mixed up with the Japanese underworld.

Genres: Comedy, Action

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Country:   Hong Kong
Language:  Cantonese
Release Date:  20 June 1986

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Revenue:  $23,109,809

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Production Companies:  Bo Ho Films Co., Ltd., Golden Harvest Productions, Paragon Films Ltd.

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Runtime:  1 h 35 min

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