Road To Dawn is a historical fiction movie based on the life of Dr Sun Yat Sen, first provisional president of modern China in 1911, as a young revolutionary as an exile in Penang. It ...
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A reserved, quiet young lad (Botak) bears a secret admiration towards Fighting-Fish, who rents a stall in the same coffee shop. He was never bold enough to confess his love towards her and only conveyed it through drawing portraits of her.
Ling is a fashion columnist whose ex-boyfriend died in a car accident. Debt collectors Fei and Ma are eyewitnesses on the scene and Fei is certain that Peter's death is more than just an accident. The weird and suspicious act.
Anthony Chau-Sang Wong,
Road To Dawn is a historical fiction movie based on the life of Dr Sun Yat Sen, first provisional president of modern China in 1911, as a young revolutionary as an exile in Penang. It features Dr Sun's second wife, Chen Cuifen as his revolutionary companion during his brief stay here. Dr Sun is a guest of a Penang Chinese businessman, who helps him raise funds for the Huanghuagang Uprising (Second Guanzhou Uprising). He becomes mentor to the daughter of this businessman. The young woman's fiancee, who had set out to assassinate Dr Sun also becomes convinced to support the revolution.