NC-17 | | Drama, History, Romance
During World War II era, a young woman, Wang Jiazhi, gets swept up in a dangerous game of emotional intrigue with a powerful political figure, Mr. Yee.
Eileen Chang first began writing the story in the 1950s. After being heavily revised by the author, it was eventually published in 1979.
The people I associate with are those with high reputations.
When Mak Tai Tai approaches the coffee shop, she pauses in front of the door to look around. In the next scene, she is about 6 feet to the right of the door, and has to walk back toward it.
An R-Rated version was made for the home video market for sale in places that doesn't carry NC-17 films (e.g. supermarkets). The run-time of the R-rated version is only ~30 seconds less but features ~70 seconds of alternative footage to soften the rating.
Mandarin, Japanese, English, Shanghainese, Hindi, Cantonese
$63,918 30 September 2007
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