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Wedding Festivities (1913)

10 min - Drama - 2 January 1913
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The Difficult Couple (难夫难妻; Nànfū Nànqī, a.k.a. Die for Marriage, Wedding Festivities), is a 1913 Chinese film. It is known for being the earliest Chinese feature film. Although it had a dialogue of only a little more than 1,000 characters, it became to be the first Chinese film with a script. It is considered a lost film.

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The Difficult Couple (难夫难妻; Nànfū Nànqī, a.k.a. Die for Marriage, Wedding Festivities), is a 1913 Chinese film. It is known for being the earliest Chinese feature film. Although it had a dialogue of only a little more than 1,000 characters, it became to be the first Chinese film with a script. It is considered a lost film.



Genres: Drama

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Country:   China
Language:  No Language
Release Date:  2 January 1913

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Production Companies:  Asia Film & Theatre Company

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Runtime:  0 h 10 min

The story is mainly about a man and a woman whom previously never met each other, being forced to marry for the benefits of their families’ relationships, despite their own personal aspirations.