Red Dust

(1990)
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Stretching across the canvas of the Sino-Japanese War of the 30s, the subsequent Japanese surrender in 1945, and the onslaught of Communism, this film depicts an ill-fated romance between a talented lady novelist and a Chinese traitor working with the Japanese who fall victim to the mayhem of war and their tragic inability to reconcile political differences.

  1. Yim Ho

    Director, Writer

  2. Mao San

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Brigitte Lin

    Brigitte Lin

    Shen Shao-Hua

  2. Maggie Cheung

    Maggie Cheung

    Yueh-Feng

  3. Josephine Koo

    Josephine Koo

    Shao-Hua's Editor

  4. Richard Ng

    Richard Ng

    Yu

  5. Chin Han

    Chin Han

    Chang Neng-Tsai

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Original Title 滾滾紅塵

Status Released

Release Information

  • November 23, 1990
    Theatrical

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Original Language Cantonese

Runtime 1h 34m

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