霸王別姬
Farewell to My Concubine (1993)
Alias: Farewell My Concubine
Alias: Farewell, My Concubine
Country: Hong Kong
Circuit: Mandarin 
Genres: Drama  Queer/GLBT 
Release Date: 01/01/1993
 
Director
  Chen Kaige
 
Script
  Lillian Lee Pik-Wah
  Lu Wei
 
Producers
  Chui Git (1)
  Chui Ban
 
Exhibition Poster
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Cast
  Leslie Cheung Kwok-Wing ... Ching Dau Ji (Cheng Dieyi)
  Gong Li (1) ... Guk Sin (Juxian)
  Zhang Feng-Yi ... Duen Siu Lau (Duan Xiaolou)
  Jiang Wen-Li ... Yan Hong/Siu Dau Ji's mother
  Ge You ... Master Yuan Si Qing
  Lu Qi ... Gwaan Si Fu (master Guan)
  Ying Da ... Opera troupe boss
  Yi Di ... Eunuch Zhang
  Zhi Yi-Tong ... Aoki Saburo
  Li Chun (2) ... Xiao Xi (teenager)
  Lei Han ... Xiao Xi (adult)
  Fei Yang ... Shitou (child)
  Ma Ming-Wei ... Dau Ji (child)
  Zhao Hai-Long ... Shitou (teenager)
  Yin Zhi ... Dau Ji (teenager)
  Li Dan ... Laizi (teenager)
  Yang Yong-Chao ... Laizi (child)
  Huang Fei (2)    
  Wu Yuan ... Na Kun
  David Wu Dai-Wai (3) ... Red Guard
  Huang Lei (1) ... Whoremonger
 
Production Companies
  Beijing Film Studio
  Tomson (Hong Kong) Films Co., Ltd.
  China Film Co-Production Corp.
 
Distributor
  Tomson (Hong Kong) Films Co., Ltd. (Hong Kong)
 
Production Manager
  Lee Chan-Dok
  Lu Yin-Pei
  Alan Chui (2)
  Zhang Xia
  Sun Ying (1)
 
Sound Recordist
  Tao Jing
  Nakamuka Tawishiko
 
Art Director
  Yeung Yue-Woh
  Yeung Chim-Ga
 
Script Supervisor
  Feng Ying
 
Planning
  Suen Wai-Chuen
  Lillian Lee Pik-Wah
 
Lighting
  Liu Zhen-Jiang
  Ji Jian-Min
 
Makeup
  Xu Guang-Rui
  Fang Qing-Shan
 
Story
  Lillian Lee Pik-Wah
 
Props
  Zhu Ming
  Hou Yi
  Li Ming-Shan
  Zhang Xian-Chun
 
Executive Director
  Zhang Jin-Zhan
 
Cinematographer
  Gu Chang-Wei
  Zhao Fa-Quan (2)
 
Editor
  Pooi Siu-Naam
 
Costume Designer
  Huang Bao-Rong
  Chen Chang-Min
  Jiang Jin-Ming
  Song Shan-Ming
  Wang Chi-Min
 
Presenter
  Tong Gwan-Nin
  Hsu Feng
 
Assistant Director
  Bai Yu
  Jin Ping
  Zhang Jin-Ting
  Chao Hong-Yang
 
Composer
  Zhao Ji-Ping
 
 
 
Summary
 

According to Bey Logan, Jackie Chan was offered the role played by Zhang Feng-yi.