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THE LOVE ETERNE 梁山伯與祝英台 1962 (Shaw Bros) 2DVD WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES (REGION 3)
Cast : Ivy Ling, Betty Loh Ti
Director : Li Han-Hsiang
Language : Mandarin
Subtitles : English, Traditional Chinese, Malay
System : NTSC
Disc Format : DVD
Screen Format : 2.35:1 Widescreen
Sound System : Mono
Duration : 122 mins
Release Date : 2003-07-10
Publisher : IVL (H.K) romance
The Love Eterne is in every sense a true classic of Chinese cinema. Released in 1963, this Shaw Brothers adaptation of the classic Chinese tale, "The Butterfly Lovers" stars Betty Loh Ti as Chu Ying Tai, an intelligent, but bored young woman who convinces her parents to let her disguise herself as a boy so she can receive a university education. On the road to school, she meets a boy named Liang Shan Po (Ivy Ling Po), and the two quickly become best friends. Over time, she falls in love with Shan Po, but is afraid to tell him her secret, for fear she'll be kicked out of school.
Three years pass, and when someone in the family takes ill, Ying Tai must return home. Shan Po accompanies her for part of the journey, so Ying Tai uses the opportunity to drop hints about her true identity. But ultimately, can't bring herself to confess her feelings for him. Instead, Ying Tai tells Shan Po of her fictional "twin sister" that she'd like him to meet! After she leaves, Shan Po eventually discovers the truth about Ying Tai and rushes to her hometown for a romantic reunion! One problem though - the family has already set her up with another suitor, and it's an arrangement she can't escape! With fate seemingly tearing them apart, what will become of the "Butterfly Lovers"? Find out in the poignant finale of The Love Eterne, a dreamy musical fantasy of love, tragedy, and bittersweet triumph!
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