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Director  Ann Hui
Music director  Yoshihide Otomo
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Country  Hong Kong
7.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy, Drama
Screenplay  Chan Man Keung
Writer  Man Keung Chan
Language  Cantonese
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Release date  4 May 1995 (1995-05-04)
Cast  Josephine Siao (May Sun), Roy Chiao (Lin Sun), Law Kar-Ying (Bing Sun), Sin Hung Tam, May Law Koon-Lan, Patricia Chong Jing-Yee
Similar movies  Related Ann Hui movies

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Summer Snow (Chinese: 女人四十, Cantonese: Loey Yen Sei Seup, Mandarin: Nu ren si shi, also known as Woman, Forty) is a 1995 Hong Kong comedy-drama film directed by Ann Hui. It stars Josephine Siao and Roy Chiao in leading roles. The film was selected as the Hong Kong entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 68th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

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Summer Snow tells the story of the relationship between a widower with Alzheimer's disease and his daughter-in-law, May Sun, who is a housewife in her forties trying cope with the upheavals in her family. Her supportive mother-in-law has just died and her husband, who is a driving test examiner, is not giving her the support.

Cast

  • Josephine Siao as May Sun
  • Roy Chiao as Lin Sun
  • Law Kar-ying as Bing Sun
  • Allen Ting as Allen Sun
  • Koon-Lan Law as Lan Sun
  • Ping Ha as Mrs. Han
  • Shun Lau as Mr. Lo
  • Ching Yee Chong as Carrie Chin (Daughter-In-Law)
  • Gin Tsang as Janice
  • Sin Hung Tam as Ying Sun (Bing's Mother)
  • Ann Hui as Neighbour
  • Fai Chow as Bing's Brother
  • Stephen Fung as Cannon
  • Awards

    In 1995, Summer Snow won four Golden Horse Awards at the Golden Horse Film Festival and the Prize of the Ecumenical Jury and Silver Berlin Bear at the 45th Berlin International Film Festival. Josephine Siao also won the Silver Bear for Best Actress at Berlin. The following year it won the Grand Prix at the Créteil International Women's Film Festival, several Golden Bauhinia Awards, several Hong Kong Film Awards and the Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards for Best Actress and Best Film.

    1st Golden Bauhinia Awards

  • Won: Best Film
  • Won: Best Director (Ann Hui)
  • Won: Best Actor (Roy Chiao)
  • Won: Best Actress (Josephine Siao)
  • Won: Best Supporting Actor (Law Kar-Ying)
  • Won: Best Screenplay (Chan Man-Keung)
  • 32nd Golden Horse Awards

  • Won: Best Film
  • Won: Best Actress (Josephine Siao)
  • Won: Best Supporting Actor (Law Kar-Ying)
  • Won: Best Cinematography (Lee Pin-Bing)
  • Nominated: Best Director (Ann Hui)
  • 15th Hong Kong Film Awards

  • Won: Best Film
  • Won: Best Director (Ann Hui)
  • Won: Best Actor (Roy Chiao)
  • Won: Best Actress (Josephine Siao)
  • Won: Best Supporting Actor (Law Kar-Ying)
  • Won: Best Screenplay (Chan Man-Keung)
  • Nominated: Best Art Direction (Wong Yank)
  • Nominated: Best Film Editing (Wong Yee Shun)
  • Nominated: Best New Performer (Allen Ting)
  • Nominated: Best Supporting Actress (Law Koon-Lan)
  • 2nd Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards

  • Won: Best Film
  • Won: Best Actress (Josephine Siao)
  • References

    Summer Snow (film) Wikipedia
    Summer Snow (film) IMDb Summer Snow (film) themoviedb.org


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