Pavilion of Women Movie Review

Melancholy and plodding, Pavilion of Women features a curious performance from Willem Dafoe as an American priest in China (causing a ruckus of course)... and not much else. For those of you interested in the ways of old, traditional Chinese families, this is your movie.

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Pavilion of Women Rating

" Grim "

Rating: R, 2000

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