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Apr. 03, 1996Hong Kong87 Min.PG
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The “Hu-Du-Men” (loosely translated as “stage door”) is an imaginary line separating the stage from reality, and a line that must be crossed each and every night by Sum (Josephine Siao), the aging star of a Cantonese Opera troupe. Nearing the twilight of a storied career, Sum must face a variety of challenging new obstacles, including the possible emigration of her family come 1997, the appearance of a promising young actress (Anita Yuen), the hiring of a Western-schooled stage director (David Wu), the surprising revelation of her daughter’s sexuality, and finally the reappearance of a shocking secret from her past. Through it all, Sum must retain her professionalism and dignity, as the “Hu-Du-Men” between the stage and her life begins to blur. Emotional, intimate direction and Raymond To’s intelligent, relevant screenplay make Hu-Du-Men worthwhile cinema, but it’s Josephine Siao’s brilliant, emotionally dynamic performance that sets this film above the rest.

Original title 虎度門
IMDb Rating 7.0 172 votes
TMDb Rating 4.5 2 votes


Kei Shu


Anita Yuen isYip Yuk-Seung
Yip Yuk-Seung
Waise Lee isAh Lung
Ah Lung
Chung King-Fai isChan Yiu Jo
Chan Yiu Jo
Tam Sin-Hung isAuntie Ming
Auntie Ming
David Wu Dai-Wai isDirector Lam
Director Lam

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