A Borrowed Life (1994)

(Taiwan Movie)
A Borrowed Life (1994) (DVD) Taiwan Movie

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  • NTSC
  • Audio
  • Mandarin,Hokkien,Japanese
  • Subtitle
  • Chinese
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  • Title : A Borrowed Life (1994) / 多桑
  • Also known as : Duo Sang
  • Running time: Appx. 150 minutes
  • Listing date : 05 Jul 2011
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)

  • Cast by
  • Tsai Chen Nan , Tsai Chiu Feng , Mei Fang , Jun Fu , Tan Ing How
  • Synopsis
  • Sega, a Taiwanese born in the years of Japanese rule, felt closer to Japanese nationality and culture than to the Mainland Chinese authorities who took over in 1945. The Japanese contributed to the development of the island and its social infrastructure, leaving behind efficient and popular education and health-care systems. Conversely, Wen-Jian is typical of the sons born to Sega's generation. Born and raised under Chinese government, their natural allegiance is to Chinese culture. They are inevitably mystified by and impatient with their parents' fondness for Japanese culture and rule, their bafflement intensified by all they are taught about Japanese imperialist ambitions and wartime atrocities. Tjos os a generational conundrum with no solution, doubtless unique to Taiwan.

  • Synopsis
  • Sega, a Taiwanese born in the years of Japanese rule, felt closer to Japanese nationality and culture than to the Mainland Chinese authorities who took over in 1945. The Japanese contributed to the development of the island and its social infrastructure, leaving behind efficient and popular education and health-care systems. Conversely, Wen-Jian is typical of the sons born to Sega's generation. Born and raised under Chinese government, their natural allegiance is to Chinese culture. They are inevitably mystified by and impatient with their parents' fondness for Japanese culture and rule, their bafflement intensified by all they are taught about Japanese imperialist ambitions and wartime atrocities. Tjos os a generational conundrum with no solution, doubtless unique to Taiwan.