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Zui hou de gui zu (1989)

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In 1948, four young girls, daughters of Shanghai's elite, come to America for college. The Communist takeover strands them in the States and one of them, unable to cope with her parents' ... See full summary »

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Hong Pan ...
Li Tong
Cunxin Pu ...
Chen Yin
Kechun Li ...
Huang Huifen
Xiong Xiao ...
Lei Zhiling
Ling Lu ...
Zhang Jiaxing
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Li's mother
Bing Wang ...
Li's father
Weixin Li ...
Huang's father
Meiyi Yan ...
Huang's mother
Bide Yan ...
Zhang's father
Xijuan Zhu ...
Zhang's mother
Da Ying ...
Zhou Daqing
Yongming Mao ...
Doctor Wang
Jun Zhu ...
Hua Jia-ju
Pin Wang ...
Luo Sao
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In 1948, four young girls, daughters of Shanghai's elite, come to America for college. The Communist takeover strands them in the States and one of them, unable to cope with her parents' death while fleeing China, drifts into a life of prostitution. Written by Erik Gregersen <erik@astro.as.utexas.edu>

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23 December 1989 (South Korea)  »

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The Last Aristocrats  »

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A break through in looking into one's own history
21 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

The story is described in the plot summary, and things like this did happen in real life. What happened in the movie is the Chinese version of what had happened two decades ago to white-Russians who fled to China from revolution, but due to the traditional Chinese culture, namely, the Confucian teachings of covering up family scandals for the sake of saving face, the same thing happened to Chinese was rarely shown. This film is a breaking ground marker in that it honestly tells what happened.


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