During the Cultural Revolution in China in the mid-1960s, a French diplomat falls in love with a singer in the Beijing Opera. Interwoven with allusions to the Puccini opera "Madama Butterfly", a story of love and betrayal unfolds. Written by
Michael C. Berch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
The Chinese opera being performed by Song near the beginning is called "Gui Fei Zui Jiu", aka "The Drunken Concubine", aka "Yang Gui Fei Gets Tipsy". See more
The word accordion is misspelled "accordian" in the closing credits. See more
Under the robes, beneath everything, it was always me. Tell me you adore me.
How could you, who understood me so well, make such a mistake? You've shown me your true self, and what I love was the lie, perfect lie, that's been destroyed.
You never really loved me.
I'm a man who loved a woman created by a man. Anything else simply falls short.
Referenced in Mother