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Woman Sesame Oil Maker (Xian hun nu)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 1993
Running time:105 minutes
Cast:Gaowa Siqin, Yujuan Wu, Baoguo Chen, Laosheng Lei
Director:Fei Xie
Writer:Fei Xie
Distributor:Yellow Line International

Description: In a rural area of China, a woman makes the best sesame oil in the neighborhood. A Japanese businesswoman wants to buy her oil and proposes to modernize the oil mill. The woman agrees to cooperate. Her son is in love with a local girl, but the girl's parents don't let her marry him because of the boy's epilepsy. However, using the poor financial state of the girl's family, the woman arranges this uneasy marriage. The film is slow-paced and many story lines remain unresolved, but some viewers might be attracted by the fact that it received the Grand Prize at the 1993 Berlin Film Festival.~ Yuri German, All Movie Guide

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