An Autumn's Tale

(Hong Kong Movie)
An Autumn's Tale (DVD) Hong Kong Movie
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An Autumn's Tale

An Autumn's Tale

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  • Cantonese / Mandarin
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese
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  • Title : An Autumn's Tale / 秋天的童話
  • Running time: Appx. 98 minutes
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 1987
  • Listing date : 14 May 2012
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)
  • Production country : Hong Kong

  • Directed by
  • Mabel Cheung
  • Cast by
  • Chow Yun fat , Cherie Chung , Danny Chan
  • Synopsis
  • With two years worth of saving and starry-eyed ambitions of being an actor, Jennifer Lee (Cherie Chung) leaves her comfortable home in Hong Kong for more modest digs in New York City, above the abode of her bumptious cousin, Figurehead (Chow Yun Fat). When her effete longtime boyfriend, Vincent (Danny Chan), dumps her and heads for Boston, Jennifer is left thunderstruck and deeply lonely. Figurehead goes all out to cheer up his pretty relative by buying her broadway tickets and redecorating her apartment. Soon he finds himself falling for the lass though he is self-conscious about his humble upbringing, compulsive gambling, and coarse ways. Jennifer loves being around Figurehead but cannot imagine being married to him. Things get worse for the earthy protagonist when Vincent returns to New York. Hoping to patch things up...

    This film is listed at #49 on the Hong Kong Film Awards' Best 100 Chinese Films of the Century.

    7th hong Kong Film Awards:
    Best Screenplay - Alex Law
    Best Cinematography - Chow Yun Fat
    Best Actress - Cherie Chung
    Best Director - Mabel Cheung

    1987 Golden Horse Awards:
    Best Actor - Chow Yun Fat

  • Synopsis
  • With two years worth of saving and starry-eyed ambitions of being an actor, Jennifer Lee (Cherie Chung) leaves her comfortable home in Hong Kong for more modest digs in New York City, above the abode of her bumptious cousin, Figurehead (Chow Yun Fat). When her effete longtime boyfriend, Vincent (Danny Chan), dumps her and heads for Boston, Jennifer is left thunderstruck and deeply lonely. Figurehead goes all out to cheer up his pretty relative by buying her broadway tickets and redecorating her apartment. Soon he finds himself falling for the lass though he is self-conscious about his humble upbringing, compulsive gambling, and coarse ways. Jennifer loves being around Figurehead but cannot imagine being married to him. Things get worse for the earthy protagonist when Vincent returns to New York. Hoping to patch things up...

    This film is listed at #49 on the Hong Kong Film Awards' Best 100 Chinese Films of the Century.

    7th hong Kong Film Awards:
    Best Screenplay - Alex Law
    Best Cinematography - Chow Yun Fat
    Best Actress - Cherie Chung
    Best Director - Mabel Cheung

    1987 Golden Horse Awards:
    Best Actor - Chow Yun Fat