The childhood exploits of the 4 adolescent Hsu brothers orbit around the family's love and indulgence of their spoiled youngest son. Even after the passing of their poor but decent long-suffering parents, the older Hsu sons have now grown into adulthood either married or concentrating on careers. They reunite and continue their doting ways towards their still-single youngest brother. The once animated & mischievous Man-tso has grown up shy, reserved & still-single on the hunt for his own true love. One rainy day waiting at the bus stop and armed with only an umbrella, Man-tso crosses paths with a pretty young girl Kai-szu stepping off the bus wet without rain-gear. His chivalry sparks a rapport and the opportunity to walk Kai-szu home, not once but daily like clockwork come rain or come shine. Impressed, Kai-szu agrees to a first date but not without notice of Man-tso's nosy brother & sister-in-law. Their budding courtship is short-lived after the brothers inadvertently derail their ... Written by
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Given the crowded line-up of Shaw Brothers entries 'Heroes of the East', 'Avenging Eagle', 'Shaolin Rescuers' and 'Swordsman and the Enchantress' from their Hong Kong studio that year, the Taiwan staffed 'Tragedy of Love' and 'One Son Too Many' were officially produced through Shaw's Singaporean headquarters in order to qualify as Singaporean entries for inclusion to the 25th Asian Film Festival line-up held in Singapore on July 3-6, 1979. See more