The Last Emperor

1987

PG-13

156 Min

The Last Emperor

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The Last Emperor is a monumental film about the life of the last emperor of the Chinese Qing dynasty. Director Bertolucci illustrates the life of Pu-Yi who was crowned emperor at the age of two only to lose it at the age of five. The film won a total of nine Oscars in 1987.

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Released:
Oct 29th, 1987
Budget:
$25,000,000.00
Revenue:
$43,984,230.00
Country:
USA

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- The production tracked down several people from Henry Pu-yi's life, including the prison governor and his manservant, to unofficially advise the director.

- 1,100 schoolchildren were brought in to play Red Guards who composed the Cultural Revolution march (1967). Bernardo Bertolucci had problems instilling the right amount of anger in them, as…More

- This is the first MPAA-rated PG-13 film to win the Academy Award for "Best Picture" (not counting subsequent films that have since been re-rated).

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