Mo li hua kai (Jasmine Women) (2004)





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Movie Info

Generational family saga set in Shanghai in the thirties, sixties and eighties.
Art House & International , Drama , Kids & Family
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Critic Reviews for Mo li hua kai (Jasmine Women)

All Critics (1)

Dedicated to all mothers, this lush, beautifully mounted production seduces the viewer with its period settings, its emotional highs and lows and its outstanding performances.

Full Review… | March 10, 2008
Urban Cinefile

Audience Reviews for Mo li hua kai (Jasmine Women)


It was good. It's about 3 generations, in the same family and what happens during their lives. Was a little slow or I was tired while watching it, either way, it was alright. I'd recommend it; at least once.

William Winningham
William Winningham

joan steals the show from ziyi, who just pouts and scowls

Aaron Chuah
Aaron Chuah

This movie is about a family's three generations of daughters, and Zhang Xiyi plays ALL THREE. And if that wasn't enough to show off her acting chops, at one point of the movie she even has to deliver her own baby. A beautifully shot story of a family's hardships, underscored with a dash of hope.

Bancho  Libre
Bancho Libre

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