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Dun huang ye tan (1991)

Historical love triangle tale. Sun Chi Ming is a prince, who spends much time supervising the artwork on the walls of his father's castle. He is fancied by Lien Heung, whom he rescues one ... See full summary »

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Historical love triangle tale. Sun Chi Ming is a prince, who spends much time supervising the artwork on the walls of his father's castle. He is fancied by Lien Heung, whom he rescues one rainy night, which ends in them becoming lovers. But shortly after, another woman comes on the scene, Lee Yin Yee. She seems to be the human form of a monkey spirit. The remainder of the film is taken up with surreal, dream-like images and alternating competition and cooperation between the two women Written by HongKongCinemagic

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Not a bad historical fantasy drama from Hong Kong.
29 May 2016 | by See all my reviews

This is not a bad historical fantasy drama from Hong Kong - a tale about Prince Sun Chi Ming (Kelvin Wong), who spends much of his time supervising the artwork in his father's castle, and later falls in love with Lien Heung (Pauline Wong). But, the prince later runs into another woman, who is a monkey spirit.

This is a somewhat obscure film in Hong Kong and, from what I remembered, it's not as popular as some of the more ghost fantasies and horror comedies to come out in the same time. However, I did find it somewhat entertaining as the plot was rather quick paced and the fantasy and ghost elements helped make this an interesting film. Pauline Wong takes on a ghost role, if I remembered correctly, and she sends up some humor in the film. The acting was decent overall.

Grade B-


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