Curse of the Golden Flower (Chinese: 滿城盡帶黃金甲; pinyin: Mǎnchéngjìndàihuángjīnjiǎ) is a 2006 Chinese epic drama film written and directed by Zhang Yimou. The Mandarin Chinese title of the movie is taken from the last line of a Qi Dynasty poem written by the rebel leader Emperor Huang Chao who was also the Emperor of the Qi Dynasty that was at war against the Tang Dynasty. Wikipedia
Curse of the Golden Flower is a member of the following lists: Epic films, Romantic drama films, Universal Pictures films, Incest in fiction, Mandarin-language films, Chinese films, Films directed by Zhang Yimou, Sony Pictures Classics films, Wuxia films and 2006 films.
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Emperor Ping: It has been 25 years. I thought that I would never see you again. (attempts to touch Mrs. Jiang's face) Mrs. Jiang: (knocks the Emperor's hand away) Emperor Ping: (grabs Mrs. Jiang) And you married the Imperial Doctor! Mrs. Jiang: (slaps the Emperor roughly) At the time, you were only a lowly captain plotting day and night to become Emperor. You flattered the King of Liang into letting you marry his daughter. You planned meticulously to have my entire family put in prison. Later, I alone managed to escape. Far from home, I almost died. It was the Doctor who saved me. Who then, do you think I should have married?