Legends of the Sun Moon Lake

Direction
Year 
1975
Country
  • Taiwan 
Runtime
26min 
Audio Tracks 
Subtitles 

Legend has it that the fish in the Sun Moon Lake was transformed from a white deer, and it’s why indigenous people started to eat fish. A large serpent living inside an ancient camphor tree was said to be the guardian of the lake. Also famous are the Buddhist relics of the monk Xuanzang enshrined in the eponymous Temple, and the over 400 peacocks kept in the local bird park... Here, intriguing folktales keep unfolding one after another.

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  • Original Title
    Legends of the Sun Moon Lake
  • Direction
  • Runtime
    26 min (16-30 min.)
  • Year
    1975
  • Country
    • Taiwan
  • Format
    • Colour

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