戀戀風塵
Dust in the Wind (1986)
Country: Taiwan
Genre: Drama 
Theatrical Run: 10/15/1987 - 11/12/1987
Box Office: HK $390,744.00
 
Director
  Hou Hsiao-Hsien
 
Script
  Wu Nien-Jen
  Chu Tien-Wen
 
Producer
  Hui San-Chi
 
 
Cast
  Hsin Shu-Fen ... Kang So-Huen
  Wong Jing-Man ... Hsieh Wen-Yuan
  Li Tian-Lu ... Yuan's grandfather
  Grace Chen Shu-Fang    
  Lin Yang (2)    
  Mei Fang ... Ching
  So Yun-Ling    
  Wong Shing-Fong    
  Yeh Wu-Tung    
  Lau Hoi    
  Cheung Fuk-Yam    
  Yang Li-Yin ... Ying
  Si Ming-Yeung    
  Lai Te-Nan ... Shopkeeper
  Lee Wun-Yee    
  Wong Dik-Man    
  Lam Chun-Yu    
  Wong Chung (2)    
  Lam Kui    
  Hu Hsiang-Ping (1)    
  Wu Pin-Nan ... Yuan's father
  Nan Chun    
  Danny Deng An-Ning    
  Lau Din-Yun    
  Lin Hsiu-Ling    
  Lin Li-Hui    
  Yen Pi-Yun    
  Yen Cheng-Te    
  Cheung Ning    
  Luo Cheng-Ye    
  Lawrence Ko Yu-Luen ... Mrs Lin's son
  Lin Chia-Hui    
  Kung Fan-Teng    
  Kung Fan-Hui    
  Chen Hui-Lung    
  Chen Hsiao-Hui    
  Huang Chih-Cheng    
  Huang Chih-Chien    
  Huang Hui-Lan (1)    
  Chiu Yu-Liang    
 
Production Company
  Central Motion Pictures Corporation
 
Distributor
  Central Motion Pictures Corporation (Taiwan)
 
Production Manager
  Chui Gwok-Leung
  Chang Hwa-Kun
  Lee Hin-Cheung
 
Sound Recordist
  Chin Chian-Sheng
  Yang Ching-An
 
Art Director
  Lau Jan-Cheung
 
Script Supervisor
  Angelika Wang Geng-Yu
 
Planning
  Janey Chiu Kei-Ban
 
Lighting
  Lau Yee-Hung
 
Makeup
  Tsui Ching-Ming
 
Props
  Wong Wan-Ming
  Lau Chong-Ming
 
Cinematographer
  Mark Lee Ping-Bing
 
Editor
  Liu Ying-Chung
 
Costume Designer
  Chu Ching-Man
 
Presenter
  Lam Dang-Fei
 
Assistant Director
  Lau Chia-Hua
 
Hair Stylist
  Hui Suk-Yung
 
Composer
  Chan Ming-Cheung
 
Filming Location
  Taiwan
 
 
Summary
 

A young couple who move to the big city, the search for orientation in the grown-up world and frequent returns to the familiar terrain of childhood are at the centre of this film. At first life in Taipei seems to offer the promise of modest contentment for the couple, which finds work and lodgings in the back room of a cinema, where there are also pleasant get-togethers with people of their own age. Wan and Huen live together in silent agreement until he is called up for military service and she marries another man in his absence. In a brilliantly casual and laconic tone and yet with great sensitivity, this film tells of life's major and minor upheavals. (Berlin Film Festival)