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Birth Place: Hong Kong Profession: Director ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Chang hen ge (2005)
Follows a legendary Shanghai beauty from her glamorous days to her simpler life as she struggles to preserve the dignity of her past while surviving the constant betrayal of her men. She stands tall and proud as she bears witness to the waves of changes to her city from 1947 to 1981, until one wave
2.
Lan Yu (2001) as Director
Beijing, 1988. On the cusp of middle-age, Chen Hangdong has known little but success all his life. The eldest son of a senior government bureaucrat, he heads a fast-growing trading company and plays as hard as he works. His loyal lieutenant Liu Zheng is one of the few who know that Hangdong's tastes
3.
Island Tales, The (1999) as Director
A group of disparate characters find themselves trapped overnight on a island somewhere off the coast of mainland China. The circumstances force them to overlook their preconceptions of one another, and they forge a kinship that goes to the heart their identities.
4.
Hold You Tight (1998) as Director
An examination of identity through the interweaving of five stories about people of different sexual preferences. Ah Moon and her friend Rosa Gao are both flying to Taipei, but Rosa Gao has lost her passport and cannot board the plane. The plane crashes, killing Ah Moon. Her grieving husband meets a
5.
Still Love You After All This (1997) as Director
6.
Yang & Yin: Gender in Chinese Cinema (1996) as Director
Focusing primarily on homosexuality, gender-bending symbolism, father figures, and man-to-man combat in Hong Kong cinema, director Stanley Kwan presents his personal view on a cinematic tradition obsessed with male posturing, as he takes on issues of family, brutality and sexuality within a cultural
7.
Red Rose, White Rose (1994) as Director
A man finds himself torn between two women in pre-Communist Shanghai.
8.
Too Happy for Words (1992) as Director
9.
Actress, The (1992) as Director
The biggest star of China's silent film era of the 1930's, Ruan Ling-yu, meets a tragic demise at 25-years-old when she cannot cope with a scandal linking her to a married man.
10.
Full Moon in New York (1990) as Director
Three women from Hong Kong, Taiwan and China meet in New York, and experience the city from their individual perspectives.
11.
Rouge (1988) as Director
The ghost of a courtesan returns to Hong Kong to meet her former lover.
12.
Deiha tsing (1987) as Director
A story about a police detective dying of cancer.
13.
Women (1985) as Director
A long-suffering wife plots--with the help of her lady friends--a scheme of vengeance on her philandering husband's mistress.

Writer (feature film)

14.
Yang & Yin: Gender in Chinese Cinema (1996) as Screenwriter
Focusing primarily on homosexuality, gender-bending symbolism, father figures, and man-to-man combat in Hong Kong cinema, director Stanley Kwan presents his personal view on a cinematic tradition obsessed with male posturing, as he takes on issues of family, brutality and sexuality within a cultural

Producer (feature film)

15.
Miao Miao (2008)
Highlights the multilayered and multisexual texture of Taiwan''s dynamic youth culture.
16.
Love Will Tear Us Apart (1999) as Producer
Ah Ying, a prostitute from China, has a hard time adjusting to life in Hong Kong -- that is until she meets an eccentric group of recent Chinese immigrants who offer her support and much amusement.
17.
Ah-Ying (1992) as Associate Producer
Rape, adultery and murder span a 15 year period. Only when all the participants are dead do their ghosts tell the true tale.

Assistant Direction (feature film)

18.
Armour of God, The (1994) as Assistant Director

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