Pavilion Of Women

Sumptuous but undermined by stilted dialogue and awkward performances, this adaptation of Pearl S. Buck's 1946 novel is the kind of movie that used to be advertised with phrases like "forbidden passions" and "against the backdrop of a world in flames." 1938, Suzhou Province: Madame Wu (celebrated Chinese actress Luo Yan, who also produced and co-scripted), more

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Director (1 Credit)
Yim Ho
Writer (2 Credits)
Luo Yan
Paul R. Collins
Source (1 Credit)
Pearl S. Buck
Producer (1 Credit)
Luo Yan
Exec. Producer (1 Credit)
Hugo Shong
Co-Producer (2 Credits)
Li Xiao Geng
Simon Edery
Assoc. Producer (2 Credits)
Bob Earden
Rowena Li
Cinematographer (1 Credit)
Poon Hang Sang
Editor (2 Credits)
Claudia Finkle
Duncan Burns
Musical Composer (1 Credit)
Conrad Pope
Production Designer (1 Credit)
Art Director (2 Credits)
Danny Kim
Xin Ming Huang
Set Decorator (1 Credit)
Yu Long Shen
Casting (1 Credit)
Aaron Griffith
Special Effects (2 Credits)
Robert W. Hutchins
Sound (1 Credit)
Make Up (1 Credit)
Dan Dan Yang
Stunts (1 Credit)
Bruce Law

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