Ying tai qi xue (1976)

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Credited cast:
Shen Chan ...
Chief guard
Ping Chen ...
Concubine Chin
Nan Chiang ...
Prince Tuan
Shao Lun Chiang
Yi Chiang ...
Lin Hsu
Miao Ching ...
Minister Yung-lu
Yao Hsiao ...
Concubine Chen-fei
Ingrid Yin-Yin Hu ...
Princess Te-ling
Tsan-Hsiung Ku
Chung Kwan ...
Liu Chung-di
Ivy Ling Po ...
Empress Chin Feng
Yun Ling ...
Kang You-wei
Hui-Ling Liu ...
Chun Shou
Hoi-Pang Lo ...
Yang Shen-hsiu
Hung Lu ...
Empress' lady-in-waiting


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Release Date:

21 February 1976 (Hong Kong)  »

Also Known As:

The Last Tempest  »

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Follows Qing guo qing cheng (1975) See more »

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Expansive historical drama not for everyone
14 December 2013 | by (Toronto) – See all my reviews

A sequel to the Shaw Bros. "The Empress Dowager", "The Last Tempus" tells the story of the Empress Dowager Cixi, who unofficially ruled the Qing dynasty in the last half of the 19th century. Emperor Kuang Hsu (Guangxu) officially ruled, and tried to enact reforms of a more Westernized government, but was opposed by the influential Cixi.

This film is a historical drama that claimed to use over 1,000 actors and extras, as well as expansive sets and costumes which are impressive.

However, I personally did not enjoy it. I picked up this one expecting a Shaw Bros kung fu film, and instead got political drama.. just wasn't into it. Maybe others interested in the political history of that era would be.

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