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Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing (1955)

aka Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing

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Details: 102 mins · English, Standard Mandarin

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Cast:

Small Mark Elliott
Small Dr. Han Suyin
Small Humphrey Palmer-Jones
No_movie_poster Adeline Palmer-Jones
Small Robert Hung
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No_movie_poster Dr. John Keith
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No_movie_poster Suchen, Suyin's sister
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Small Fifth Brother
No_movie_poster Third Uncle
Small Lee Foo
No_movie_poster Dr. Han Suyin
No_movie_poster Nora Hung

Crew:

Small Henry King Director
No_movie_poster Otto Lang Director
No_movie_poster John Patrick Writer

Plot:

The widowed Eurasian doctor Han Suyin (Jones) falls in love with the married-but-separated American correspondent Mark Elliott (Holden) in Hong Kong, during the period of China's Civil War in the late 1940s. Although they briefly find happiness together, she is ostracized by the greater Chinese community. After losing her position at the hospital, Suyin and her adopted daughter go to live with a friend while Mark is on an assignment during the Korean War. They write to each other constantly.

However on the same day that Suyin receives a letter from Mark, another friend drops by with a newspaper which says that he has been killed by an aircraft bomb. Distraught, Suyin climbs the hill to the tree where they said their last goodbyes, half hoping to see him there again. When she realizes that he is truly gone, she falls to her knees sobbing. In the final scene, a butterfly, similar to the one seen on Elliot's typewriter while at the front, lands on the tree in front of Suyin. She composes herself and walks away.

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