Daughter of the Party

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Daughter of the Party
Daughter of the Party 1958.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by Lin Nong
Production
company
Release date
1958
Country China
Language Mandarin Chinese

Daughter of the Party (党的女儿) is a 1958 Chinese film directed by Lin Nong and produced by Changchun Film Studio.[1] The film tells the story of three young women in their struggle to establish a Chinese Communist Party cell.[2]

The film spawned a number of variant settings including a Chinese-language western-style opera True Daughter of the Party (also 1958),[3] a play (1959),[4] and a TV series (2011).

The film is to be distinguished from the North Korean play A True Daughter of the Party.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Chinese filmography: the 2444 feature films produced by ... - Page 131 Donald J. Marion - 1997 "Daughter of the Party (Dang De Nu Er) 1958. Changchun Film Studio. Color. 10 Reels. Direction: Lin Nong. Screenplay: Lin Shan, based on the novel "Party Membership Dues" by Wang Yuanjian. Cinematography: Wang Qimin. Art Direction: ..."
  2. ^ Public Secrets, Public Spaces: Cinema and Civility in China - Stephanie Donald - 2000 Page 1- "In Daughter of the Party (1958), three young women overcome personal animosities to establish a Party cell (figure 1.1)."
  3. ^ True Daughter of the Party
  4. ^ 党的女儿/: 秦腔现代剧 1959 "据上海人民淮剧团演出本“党的女儿”改编
  5. ^ Kim Jong-Il, Revised and Updated: Kim Jong-il: North Koreas Dear Leader Page 68 Michael Breen - 2011 "... this up; it's been performed overseas—A True Daughter of the Party, The Flower Girl, and The Fate of a Self-Defense Corps Man."