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Thanks, Jessica. SONG OF THE EXILE a great suggestion. I saw the film 
years ago and thought it was very moving. There *is* a subtitled DVD 
available, but it's an import and requires a region-free multistandard 
DVD player. It sounds as if the quality is not all that hot, but the 
film itself is certainly worth seeing.

I'm reluctant to push individual vendors, but so far I've only been 
able to find it at:

HKFlix.com
http://www.hkflix.com/xq/asp/filmID.532705/qx/details.htm

Hope this helps.

Best,
James Steffen

James M. Steffen
Lecturer, Film Studies
Film and Theater Subject Liaison
Robert W. Woodruff Library Emory University
540 Asbury Circle
Atlanta, GA 30322-2870

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> I have not been following this closely but one of the best and long
> neglected films is Ann Hui's SONG OF THE EXILE with Maggie Cheung. Alas
> I know it has no standard DVD release here but might be available from
> Asia. A lovely film
>
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