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Alfred Cheung ...
Chang Hsin-Lung
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Jenny Tung
Sandra Kwan Yue Ng ...
Ti
Lawrence Ng ...
John Liu
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Chan Wan
Lawrence Cheng ...
Chin Cheng
Fung Woo ...
Kuei
Ming-yuk Kwan ...
Lora
Fruit Chan ...
Kuo
Chung Lin ...
Superintendent Chen
Shek Yin Lau ...
Taxi Driver
Alexander Chan ...
Wah
Fun Lo ...
Lu Fan
Oni Tsuka ...
Taxi Driver
Yau Hung Yiu ...
Mei
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Taxi driver Chang Hsin Lung (Alfred Cheung) is obsessed with TV news reporter Jenny Tung (Maggie Cheung). He attempts to gain her affection by assisting her in providing minor news events to cover, but is interfered by her arrogant lawyer boyfriend, John Liu (Lawrence Ng). He tells Lung that Tung is more interested in more major news stories. When a rash of murders plaques the city, Lung helps Tung cover the news but she is afraid that Lung might have committed the crimes. Written by Oliver Chu

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14 October 1989 (Hong Kong)  »

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In Between Love  »

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Average HK thriller to pass the time.
11 June 2016 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

An OK thriller here from Hong Kong, where taxi driver Chang Hsin Lung (Alfred Cheung) is obsessed with TV news reporter Jenny Tung (Maggie Cheung). He attempts to gain her affection by assisting her in providing minor news events to cover, but is interfered by her arrogant lawyer boyfriend, John Liu (Lawrence Ng). He tells Lung that Tung is more interested in more major news stories, so, Lung helps Jenny cover the news on a string of murders plaguing the city, but, Jenny thinks Lung himself might have committed the crimes.

It's a movie that is thrilling at first, but looses steam a little bit as the movie progresses. There's not really a lot of scary moments, but there are some suspense in the parts where the movie will leave you guessing whether the male lead is really the villain in the film.

The acting was OK, though. Overall, it's quite an average thriller to pass the time.

Grade C+


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