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Kawashima Yoshiko: The Last Princess of Manchuria

川島芳子 | Chuan dao fang zi

Directed by Eddie Ling-Ching Fong
Hong Kong, 1990
Drama

Synopsis

The life of an imperial princess of China, Yoshiko Kawashima, who was raised in Japan, wore men’s clothes, abused drugs and alcohol, smoked cigars, slept with both men and women, became an army officer and was eventually brought to trial and executed for being a traitor to China.

Synopsis

The life of an imperial princess of China, Yoshiko Kawashima, who was raised in Japan, wore men’s clothes, abused drugs and alcohol, smoked cigars, slept with both men and women, became an army officer and was eventually brought to trial and executed for being a traitor to China.

Kawashima Yoshiko: The Last Princess of ManchuriaDirected byEddie Ling-Ching Fong

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Awards & Festivals

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International Film Festival Rotterdam
1991
Hong Kong Film Awards
1991 | 3 nominations including: Best Supporting Actor

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