Osmanthus Alley AKA Gui hua xiang (1987) Kun-Hou Chen, Hsiao-Fen Lu, Hsiu-Ling Lin, Simon Yam


Ti Hung’s parents die when she is twelve. When she is sixteen, she determines to change her fate, swearing to forget about the poverty. Based upon her famous clever hands at embroidery and three-inch lilies, her feet deformed by foot-binding, she is married into a rich family. But fate doesn’t change, she becomes a widow at twenty three, and that year her son is only five. In her thirtieth year, she finally defeats all her elders, and becomes the Mistress of a family. But she fails to defeat the love desire, and that year she finds herself pregnant, and the other party is her personal male servant. She faces the challenge of the fate strongly, and then, she wins. This woman lives to the age of seventy five. When she is going to die, she begins to understand the lonely fate of this life seems to be destined when she is born, just as her broken palm lines.

Also Known As (AKA): L’allée des osmanthes

IMDB

File Name : GuiHuaXiang.1987.mkv
File Size : 1399.56 MB
Resolution : 704×408
Duration : 01:52:50

Quality: DVDRip
Language: Mandarin
Subs: English (srt), Chinese (hardcoded)
Genre: Biography, Drama

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GuiHuaXiang.1987.rar

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