|Writers||Thomas Burke (novel "The Chink and the Child")
|Cast||Arthur Margetson C.V. France Basil Radford Edith Sharpe Ernest Jay Bertha Belmore Gibb McLaughlin Ernest Sefton Donald Calthrop Kathleen Harrison Kenneth Villiers Dorothy Minto Sam Wilkinson Jerry Verno Dolly Haas Emlyn Williams|
|Awards||1983 Berlin International Film Festival|
|Plot||The spiritual and peace-loving Chen resides in London's Limehouse district, where he teaches and promotes peaceful Buddhist concepts. He is attracted to the beleaguered Lucy Burrows, whose prizefighter father beats her persistently. When Chen rescues Lucy from one of her father's attacks, the boxer sets out to avenge himself on the foreigner.... see Broken Blossoms on IMDb|
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|United Kingdom released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: it WILL NOT play on standard US DVD player. You need multi-region PAL/NTSC DVD player to view it in USA/Canada: LANGUAGES: English ( Mono ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Black & White, Interactive Menu, Remastered, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: Chinese immigrant Chen has just arrived in the gritty streets of 19th century London. The harsh urban life soon changes the devout Buddhist, who believes that "to be alive on this Earth is a beautiful thing," into a callous and miserly businessman. When Chen meets Lucy, the daughter of prize-fighter Battling Burrows, she helps him regain his moral compass. A beautiful young woman, Lucy is at the mercy of her abusive father, who routinely humiliates and assaults his daughter. Chen, seeking a way to save Lucy, finds himself fighting against the cruel forces of capitalism and entrenched anti-Chinese sentiment.|
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