Kawashima Yoshiko: The Last Princess of Manchuria

Find out where to watch on

Overview

Kawashima Yoshiko was originally the 14th daughter of Emperor Xu. She was sent to Japan to train in the ways of the Samurai but lost her virginity to Samurai. She then married a Mongolian prince and set her mind to fight for the independence of Mongolia but the marriage failed. Arriving Shanghai, she met an opera singer Wan Hoi. Because of her beauty and background, she achieved a great deal, including successfully smuggled a Queen, Yuen Yung and helped Pu Yi to establish Manchuria. Unexpectedly, she met up again with Wan Hoi, who was the number one singer at that time but also part of the rebel force, and tried to unsuccessfully assassinate Yu-Yeh resulting in his own death. Yoshiko saved him but he could not be bought, so she set him free without Japanese' permission. The Japanese were dissatisfied and eventually she was exiled back to Japan. She later returned to China. However, because of the lost of Japan, she got arrested and executed. (Joy Sales)

  1. Eddie Fong Ling-Ching

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Anita Mui

    Anita Mui

    Yoshiko Kawashima / Kam Bik-Fai

  2. Andy Lau

    Andy Lau

    Fook

  3. Lawrence Ng

    Lawrence Ng

    Lam

  4. Ken Lo

    Ken Lo

    Tanaka's Assistant

  5. Derek Yee Tung-Sing

    Derek Yee Tung-Sing

    Amakasu

Full Cast & Crew

Movie Data

Facts

Original Title Chuan dao fang zi

Status Released

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 32m

Budget -

Revenue -

Homepage -

Release Information

  • July 28, 1990
    Theatrical

Genres

Keywords

No keywords have been added.

Community Data

Top Contributors

Content Score

79

Pump it up! We're close now.

Popularity Trend

Reviews

We don't have any reviews for Kawashima Yoshiko: The Last Princess of Manchuria. Would you like to write one?

 

Recommendations

We don't have enough data to suggest any movies based on Kawashima Yoshiko: The Last Princess of Manchuria. You can help by rating movies you've seen.

By signing up for an account on TMDb, you can post directly to Twitter and Facebook.

You need to be logged in to continue. Click here to login or here to sign up.