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Yu nu tian ding (1968)

The Young Pregnant A young girl, upon learning that her unmarried older sister is with child, decides to fake her own pregnancy to divert her parent's attention, confident that she can ... See full synopsis »

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Connie Chan ...
Mui Laifong
Hsin Fang ...
Mui Laisern
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(as Shui-Fan Fung)
Luquan Gao ...
Mr. Mui
Chi Lu ...
(as Kei Lui)
Ming Yu
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The Young Pregnant A young girl, upon learning that her unmarried older sister is with child, decides to fake her own pregnancy to divert her parent's attention, confident that she can better handle the scornful reproach of the family's temperamental patriarch because she is the father's favourite; madcap shenanigans ensue... The late 1960s saw the rise of youth culture in Hong Kong cinema, embodied by a new generation of movie stars lovingly labelled Jade Girls, among them Connie Chan Po-chu was the most adored. The Pregnant Maiden, starring Chan and directed by Chor Yuen, takes the audience on a hilarious romp, poking fun at social conventions while exploring the hazy ambiguities of sexuality.

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17 July 1968 (Hong Kong)  »

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Young, Pregnant and Unmarried  »

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