A Girl from Hunan
A Girl from Hunan (also known as Girl from Hunan) is a 1986 Chinese drama film directed by Xie Fei and U Lan. The film was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1987 Cannes Film Festival, and was one of the first mainland Chinese films to be commercially screened in the United States. The film is based on a 1929 short-story, Xiao Xiao (or Hsiao Hsiao), by author Shen Congwen.
A Girl from Hunan tells the story of a willful young girl (initially played by Lin Qing and played as an adult by Naren Hua) who, at the start of the film, is about to enter into an arranged marriage with a two-year-old child, Chun Guan. Xiao Xiao, the girl in question, is only twelve.
|author||Shen Congwen Zhang Xian|
|keywords||adultery arranged marriage baby deng xiaoguang domineer naren hua remote village wrath young girl|
|productionCompany||Beijing Film Academy#Facilities Beijing Youth Film Studio|