Daughter of the Party

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Daughter of the Party
Daughter of the Party 1958.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by Lin Nong
Release date
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]


  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."