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海上花 (1986)
Immortal Story
Alt title: Flowers Floating On the Sea
Alias: Flower of the Sea
Origin: Hong Kong
Genre: Drama 
Rating: I (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 11/07/1986 - 11/20/1986
Box Office: HK $267,370
 
Director
  Yonfan
 
Screenwriter
  Yonfan
 
Producer
  Lam Dang-Fei
 
 
Cast
  Sylvia Chang Ai-Chia ... Chang Mei Ling
  Yiu Wai ... Blanche
  Tsurumi Shingo ... Nakamura
  Paul Chun Pui ... Prosecutor
  Lee Mak    
  Chan Jun-Kwok ... Mr Chan
  Fan Siu-Wong ... Li Wen Chi (teenager)
  Clarence Lee Ga-Ho ... Li Wen Chi (kid)
  David Wu Dai-Wai ... Nakamura's classmate
  Teddy Lin Wai-Kin ... Ling's boyfriend
  Gam Biu ... Mr Tung
  Wong Ka-Kui ... Judge
  Jenny Tseng ... Singer at the ending
  Fei Pak ... Policeman
  Ng Leung    
 
Production Companies
  Saam Yat Yau Haan Gung Shut
  Far-Sun Film Company Ltd.
  Central Motion Picture Corporation
 
Filming Companies
  Far-Sun Film Company Ltd.
  Paragon Films Ltd.
 
Distributor
  Golden Harvest Productions (Hong Kong)
 
Assistant Director
  Samson Chiu Leung-Chun
 
Script Supervisor
  Lui Pooi-Yin
 
Cinematographer
  Jingle Ma Choh-Shing
 
Focus Puller
  Patrick Jim Pak-Hung
 
Lighting
  Jacky Tang Hon-Pong
 
Art
  Fang Ying
 
Assistant Art Director
  Leung Bing-Kwan
 
Costume Designer
  Tong Ping
 
Image Supervisor
  Lau Kuen-Kuen
 
Makeup
  Cho Siu-Fung
 
Editor
  David Wu Dai-Wai
 
Props
  Tam Fai
 
Sound Recordist
  Chow Shao-Lung
 
Music
  Alan Kwok Siu-Lam
 
Theme Song Composer
  Lo Ta-Yu
 
Singer
  Jenny Tseng
 
Lyrics
  Lo Ta-Yu
 
Presenter
  Raymond Chow Man-Wai
 
Production Coordinator
  Barbie Tung Wan-Si
 
Production Manager
  Ben Luk Man-Wah
 
Assistant Production Manager
  Joanna To Yuen-Ha
 
Unit Manager
  Cheung Cheung-Choi
 
Foley
  Ronny Ching Siu-Lung
 
Dialogue
  Lisa Chiao Chiao   Yim Hiu-Bo
 
Laboratory
  Cine Art Laboratory Ltd.
 
 
Summary
  A Japanese sport player visits Macau with his team and encounters charming young Chang Mei Lin. They meet again ten years later. He's pretty much the same, she's quite different, now working as a hostess. The Japanese man is found murdered, and most of the film is taken up by Mei Lin telling her story in flashback.