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Movie Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing
Title Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing
Year 1955
Directors Henry King, Otto Lang
Genre Drama, Romance, War, Biography
Plot – Han Suyen is an Eurasian doctor who works in a Hong Kong hospital. She's a Chinese general's widow shot by communists and her painful life experience made her to give up forever to love. During a party Han Suyen meets an American journalist, Mark Elliott, who's separated from his wife and asks her to have lunch together. Han accepts since she's certain that it's just a friendly proposal. They meet more often and then arises a mutual feeling of love, which doesn't care about people's gossips. The two lovers finally yearn to marry: Suyen gets her family's consent but Mark's wife refuses to grant him the definitive divorce. Mark and Han Suyen are highly grieved, but continue to love each other. Due to their relationship's rumors the doctor loses her job and Mark is ordered to go to Korea once the war breaks out as correspondent, but then he dies there.
All actors – William Holden, Jennifer Jones, Torin Thatcher, Isobel Elsom, Murray Matheson, Virginia Gregg, Richard Loo, Soo Yong, Philip Ahn, Jorja Curtright, Donna Martell, Salvador Baguez, W.T. Chang, Aen-Ling Chow, Kei Thin Chung, Edward Colmans, Ashley Cowan, Lee Tung Foo, Herbert Heyes, James Hong, Joseph Kim, Marc Krah, Candace Lee, Weaver Levy, Angela Loo, Keye Luke, Stella Lynn, Eleanor Moore, Harry S. Quan, Beulah Quo, Hazel Shon, Walter Soo Hoo, Leonard Strong, Kam Tong, Marie Tsien, Barbara Jean Wong, Jean Wong
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