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Siu-Fung (Lydia Sum), an owner of a pizzeria, unexpectedly succumbs to a heart attack. However, her spirit was unable to cross over to the other side, thus, she resurrects into the body of ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Bill Tung ...
Mo Jup-shu
Lydia Shum ...
Luk Siu-Fung / Chor Siu-heung
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Mo Tak-Go
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Diana
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Spiritworld Keeper
Paul Chun ...
Kum Dai Tse
Bruce Mang ...
Lung
Wing-Cho Yip ...
Mr. Lin
Kei Mai ...
Tse's Men
Timothy Zao ...
Tse's Men (as Timothy Zau)
Ronald Wong ...
Tse's Men
Jan-To Tam ...
Tse's Men
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Orchestra Director
David Chiang ...
2nd Spiritworld Keeper
Hok Bun Lee ...
Health Inspector
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Siu-Fung (Lydia Sum), an owner of a pizzeria, unexpectedly succumbs to a heart attack. However, her spirit was unable to cross over to the other side, thus, she resurrects into the body of a young woman (Maggie Cheung). Afterward, she reunites with her family and tries to convince them that she is alive. Yet, the plot thickens when a woman, unrelated to the family and is physically identical to Siu-Fung, appears, and Siu-Fung's husband (Bill Tung) thinks that that woman is his wife. Written by Oliver Chu

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19 May 1988 (Hong Kong)  »

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In Cantonese, the lead character's surname, "Mo", is a homonym of a word that approximately means "no/will not/without/will never" (depending on the context of the sentence). In that sense, Mo Jup-shu's name means "Will never lose any opportunity". The son's name, Mo Dut Go, means "will never grow tall". See more »

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