Princess Fragrance (film)

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Princess Fragrance
Princess Fragrance (film).jpg
VCD cover art
Traditional 香香公主
Simplified 香香公主
Mandarin Xiāng Xiāng Gōng Zhǔ
Directed by Ann Hui
Produced byShen Minhui
Guo Fengqi
Screenplay byChun Sai-sam
Story by Louis Cha
Music byChow Git
Law Wing-fai
CinematographyBill Wong
Edited byChau Muk-leung
Production
company
Release date
  • 28 August 1987 (1987-08-28)
Running time
94 minutes
CountryHong Kong
LanguageMandarin
Box officeHK$5,608,797.00

Princess Fragrance, released as Gebi Enchou Lu (戈壁恩仇录) in mainland China, is a 1987 Hong Kong film based on Louis Cha's novel The Book and the Sword . The film is a sequel to The Romance of Book and Sword , released earlier in the same month and also directed by Ann Hui.

Contents

The film is largely seen as a faithful adaptation of the original novel; however, it is less available now due to limited releases on VCD and DVD.[ citation needed ]

Plot

The film covers the second half of the Louis Cha's novel The Book and the Sword. It introduces another protagonist, Princess Fragrance, who does not appear in the first film The Romance of Book and Sword.

Cast


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