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Years later, a woman narrates her personal story of the Japanese takeover of Hong Kong in 1941. She's Nam, young, attractive, daughter of a wealthy rice merchant, and prey to painful, ... See full summary »
A romantic drama set amidst the lynching of Chinese immigrants in 1871.
This is a B movie with a nice story. The acting is decent even if the production quality is somewhat lacking. It's better than an average B film and credit should be given where credit is due. I ended up really enjoying it. I'm glad I watched it.
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