The River Trailer

The River Trailer (1997)

27 August 1997 Drama, Romance, Foreign 115 mins

In Taiwan a young man with a mysterious paralysis massages his neck with his mother's dildo, meanwhile the rain is flooding the island.

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Cast

Tien Miao

as Father

Kang-sheng Lee

as Kang-Sheng, Xiao-Kang

Ann Hui

as Director

Lu Yi-ching

as Mother

Yang Kuei-mei

as Girl in hotel

Crew

International Titles

He Liu Trailer

International Releases Dates

France 27 August 1997

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