Shanghai Blues

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Time Out says

Shanghai before and after the Japanese occupation, but gleefully anachronistic in every way. The plot (boy meets girl; boy loses girl; boy and girl wind up as feuding neighbours without recognising each other) is collaged together from classic Shanghai movies like Street Angel Crossroads and 8000 Li Under the Clouds and Moon. The cast is pretty, but it looks and sounds like a 90-minute commercial. It will certainly boost sales of paracetamol.
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Release details

UK release:

1984

Duration:

108 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Tsui Hark

Cast:

Kenny Bee, Sally Yip, Sylvia Chang, Loretta Li

Music:

Wong Ching-yu, James Wong

Production Designer:

Au-yeung Hing-yee

Editor:

Chou Siu-sum

Cinematography:

Ngor Chi-kwan

Screenwriter:

Seto Cheuk-hon, Do Gok-wai, Chan Gun-chung

Producer:

Anna Law

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