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Fallen Petals    (1968)

Director :
Poon Lui

Producer :
Runme Shaw

Writer :
Poon Lui

Other titles : 落花时节 (HK Title)
落花時節 (HK Title)
La Hua Shi Jie (HK Title)
Laai Fa Shut Chit (HK Title)
Country : Hong Kong
Film Company : Shaw Brothers
Genre : Drama
Runtime : 90 min.
Video : Colour
Audio : Speaking (Mandarin)
 Cast :  
Zhang Mei Yao
O Chun Hung
Chuk Jing
Ou Wei
Hon Kong
Chow Siu Hing
Liu Wai
Poon Git Yee
Goo Gwan
Lui Ming
 (full cast & crew)


Taiwan's most glamorous screen couple, Ko Chun-Hsiung and Chang Mei-Yao, co-star in "Fallen Petals", a romance with the unique setting of Taiwan during World War II, when the island was a colony of Japan. Ko is drafted into the Japanese army and forced to leave his pregnant girlfriend behind. When he is presumably killed in action, Chang becomes a cabaret girl to support their baby. Thanks to director Pan Lei's sensitive scenario, the dramatic outcome is far from predictable.

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Director, Writer :
Poon Lui

Producer :
Runme Shaw
 Cast : (when available)  (Hide) (full cast & crew)

Zhang Mei Yao

O Chun Hung

Ou Wei

Hon Kong

Liu Wai

Goo Gwan

Lui Ming

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