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TRIBUTE TO HU Die

Tribute to BUTTERFLY WU named the Queen of Cinema in the 1933 in Shanghai

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TRIBUTE TO BUTTERFLY WU (TRIBUTE TO HU Die)

Named the Queen of Cinema in the 1933 in Shanghai
Thursday 6 August 2009
Born from a noble family, Hu Die was beautiful, distinguished, kind and sensitive girl. She loves literature and has a real talent as a calligrapher, but she does not speak good Shanghainese. She graduates from college earlier than expected, and in 1924 she was accepted to an art school. A (...)


THE DREAMS OF SPRING (TRIBUTE TO HU Die)

Thursday 6 August 2009

Dreams of Spring represents the idealistic liberal humanist conviction and fidelity to family values of Confucianism.



THE DIVINE (TRIBUTE TO HU Die)

Thursday 6 August 2009

A lonely young woman (HU Die) is a prostitute trying to raise a child.



THE TWIN SISTERS (TRIBUTE TO HU Die)

Thursday 6 August 2009
Old classmates meet for a meal. One of them is played by Ying Hu (Hu Die), it is her house where they meet. Each tells what happened to her since their separation, ten years earlier. Their stories reveal that they are not all happy: Shu Xuan (Xuan Jinglin), at first a radiant bride, is rejected (...)


THE MARCH OF TENDERNESS (TRIBUTE TO HU Die)

Thursday 6 August 2009
After the death of her father and to help her sick mother, young Cuifen (Hu Die) abandons his studies. Encouraged by the modern ideas, she takes a job as a packer in a department store. At first she is lost and a colleague, a young man Qian Guohua (GONG Jianong), helps her. The two coworkers (...)


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