Drama set in the 1950s, based on a true story, about a young girl, Sung Neng Yee, who is brought as part of a wealthy Chinese family. She is eager to become part of Mao Tze Tung's "new ... See full summary »
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Based on a true story, this compelling drama relates the difficulties of a young woman married to a Japanese diplomat during World War II, victim of suspicion and animosity from her husband's government.
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Steven Vincent Leigh,
Drama set in the 1950s, based on a true story, about a young girl, Sung Neng Yee, who is brought as part of a wealthy Chinese family. She is eager to become part of Mao Tze Tung's "new society", but soon becomes disenchanted by the economic misery the changes bring to her family. Before long, the authorities become aware of Neng Yee's feelings and she is taken to a labour camp, overseen by the sadistic Colonel Cheng. Written by
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Terrific film that deeply and courageously brought to life a powerful figure in history. it always amazes me the number of 'critics' who attack a film because it discusses God. If 50% of the movies today discuss God, that would be another thing. But very few films even broach the subject. What does this tell you about supression of free speech?
"China Cry' boldly discusses the Chinese communist government's persecution of Christians. Mao Tse Tung killed hundreds of thousands of them - it's no joke. Nora Lam boldly fought for free speech and OK, she believed in God - so flame her.
The day I see one of these 'critics' risk their lives to save a starving child in Cambodia I'll think more positively towards their attacks on Christian/Catholic/Faith-based films. Even Buddhist films get trashed by these immature 'film auteurs'.
What's the matter with these people?
Thank goodness IMDb still allows free speech!
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