A Flower in the Rainy Night Trailer

A Flower in the Rainy Night Trailer (1983)

01 January 1983 Drama 95 mins

A girl, who was sold by her stepfather at the age of 14, has had been a prostitute for 14 years. Her family, despite enjoying a comfortable life with her help, avoids her. She thus decides to have a son of her own and succeeds by sheer determination. She is now hopeful that her son will have a life better than hers.

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Tung Wang


International Releases Dates

Taiwan 01 January 1983

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