For ten years, Cho has been in the snow of Mount Shin Fung waiting for a rare flower to blossom that will cure his wife who, back in Chung Yuan, is slowly killing all of the members of the ... See full summary »
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For ten years, Cho has been in the snow of Mount Shin Fung waiting for a rare flower to blossom that will cure his wife who, back in Chung Yuan, is slowly killing all of the members of the Eight Big Clans. Something Cho did to her early in their marriage has turned her hair white and driven her mad. Cho's nephew, Kit, marries Lyre; they are deeply in love. On their wedding night, Ni-Chang, the bride with white hair, kidnaps Lyre and takes her to her harem of fighting women to indoctrinate her against Kit. Kit tries to lead a rescue party, but they are up against formidable opponents. Can Cho come in time with the blossom to soften Ni-Chang's heart? Written by
This is one romantic movie can make me cry everytime I watched it. The ending is so beautiful, that I cannot think about any other way to end the story better than this one. Probably, the most beautiful love stories usually
don't have happy endings, but I do think this one has. Just like the boy said at the end," it doesn't matter her hairs are black or white, the most important thing is that they finally can be together."
Afterall, love is the only real element in a love story.
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