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Time Out says

Tony Au's over-designed melodrama is a vehicle for Rouge star Anita Mui, set (like the much less interesting Kawashima Yoshiko) amid the Sino-Japanese conflicts of the 1930s. Here she plays a night-club singer torn between the Chinese guerrilla who once abandoned her and a humane Japanese officer. It's one of those movies in which the script's determination to provide a murder or explosion every few minutes allows no space for character development or emotional depth. The ending in post-war Japan is the only scene in the whole two hours that isn't numbingly obvious.
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Release details

UK release:

1991

Duration:

126 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Tony Au

Cast:

Tony Leung, Anita Mui, Hidekazu Akai

Music:

Terry Chan, Anthony Kun

Production Designer:

Eddie Ma

Editor:

Chiang Chuen Tak, Cheung Yiu Chung

Cinematography:

Peter Ngo, Peter Bao, David Chung, Bill Wong

Screenwriter:

Gordon Chan, Jerry Liu

Producer:

Leonard Ho

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