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麗人行 (1949)
Three Girls
Alias: Two for the Road
Origin: China
Language: Mandarin 
 
Director
  Chen Li-Ting (2)
 
Screenwriters
  Chen Li-Ting
  Tian Han
 
 
Cast
  Zhao Dan    
  Shang-Guan Yun-Zhu    
  Huang Chung-Ying    
  Lan Ma    
  Zhang Yi    
  Sha Lee    
  Chow Fung    
  Gao Zhong-Shi    
  Wang Pin    
  Liu Xiao-Hu    
  Wang Jie (5)    
  Ruan Fei    
  Wang Jing-An    
  Yan Gong    
  Tan Yun    
  Wang Wei-Yi    
  Xia Tian    
  Fu Bo-Tang    
  Huang Chen ... [Uncredited]
  Wu Yin ... [Uncredited]
 
Production Company
  The Peak Film Industries Corp., Ltd.
 
Assistant Director
  Zhao Ming
 
Script Supervisor
  Meng Yuan (2)
 
Cinematographer
  Han Tun-Liang
 
Focus Puller
  Shen Xi-Lin
 
Lighting
  Lu Qi-Sheng
 
Art
  Xu Zi-Cheng
 
Costume
  Cao Ming
 
Makeup
  Yao Yong-Fu
 
Editor
  Wu Ting-Fang   Fu Zheng-Yi
 
Props
  Yao Zhi-Rong
 
Scenery
  Ye Miao
 
Sound Recordist
  Zhang Fu-Bao
 
Music
  Wang Yun-Jie
 
Production Manager
  Lin Chun-Tye   Za Zien-Ho
 
Unit Manager
  Shi Yan
 
Still Photographer
  Qiu Ge
 
Technical Consultant
  Wu Wei-Yun
 
Dubbing
  Ding Bo-He
 
 
Summary
  The film revolves around three Chinese women's lives in a Japanese-occupied area during the Sino-Japanese War (1937-45). They still have hope for a better future despite all their pains, and each has a unique story anchored in historical turbulence. Xinqun, a female patriot, joins the underground army to fight for her nation. Ruoying have thought of joining her patriotic ex-husband in the battlefield, but she finds it hard to leave her rich husband who is a traitor. Jinzhu attempts suicide for she cannot stands her humiliating life, but luckily a passer-by saves her life. Her experience inspires Ruoying, and Xinqun helps the two to start their new lives...