PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, History
The Buddhist lamas who appear in the film could not be touched by women, so extra male wardrobe helpers were hired to dress them.
Pu Yi - 8 Years:
Cricket! Where's the Cricket?
The emperor was not in the Forbidden City to witness the expulsion of the eunuchs. This action was carefully planned with few people knowing, since the emperor could trust very few of his intimates. The order to remove the eunuchs was received in the City while the emperor was visiting at a friend's home. Also, not all of the eunuch's were dismissed, as the empress dowager (the wife of the late emperor) begged Pu Yi to allow a few of her personal servants to remain.
English, Mandarin, Japanese, Russian
$21,105 (USA) (27 November 1998)
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