Without having met, a famous orchestra conductor and a beautiful woman seem destined to be together. They see one another's faces in their dreams, reflected in mirrors, and in crowded streets before finally meeting in person.
Years later, a woman narrates her personal story of the Japanese takeover of Hong Kong in 1941. She's Nam, young, attractive, daughter of a wealthy rice merchant, and prey to painful, ... See full summary »
A war refugee struggles to live and keep his morals intact.
A nicely played out drama of a war refugee (Yun Fat) as he yearns to make it to the US. Along the way he befriends a girl who also wants to go to the States. Sparks fly as the plot unfolds and Wu (Yun Fat) is forced to take matters into his own hands. The acting is downright stupendous! When you see Woo yuet dik goo si (1981), pay close attention to Wu's eyes. They sometimes say more than all of the bad subtitles are trying to.
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