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The Stubborn Generations

mother-in-law daughter–in–law musical comedy

The Stubborn Generations

Release Date: February 24, 1960

Year    :   1960
Slogan    :   «»
Genres    :   Music, Comedy
Production Companies    :   Tao Yuen Motion Picture Development Company
Director    :   Lung To
Producers    :   Lee Kit-Fong, Wong To, Law Shun-wah
Writers    :   Lung To
RunTime    :   106 mins.

Fat Kau (Leung Sing-por) and his wife (Ma Siu-ying) are not on the best terms with their fierce daughter-in-law Tang (Tam Lan-hing). It is their secret wish that their grandson Kim-kwong (Yam Kim-fai) would marry an ill-tempered woman—it would be, Kau and Lee think, poetic justice for Tang to have a taste of her own medicine. But to their disappointment, the granddaughter-in-law Yu-chu (Law Yim-hing) turns out to be meek and understanding. Kau and his wife therefore tricks Yu-chu into starting a quarrel with Tang. Rich in intricate details of everyday life, the film depicts a witty battle between vivid characters, and is a comedic portrayal of the relationship between mother and daughter-in-law through three generations.


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