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The film is about a movie hero of the 60s called Black Rose, but she was actually real, and a woman in the 90s is mistaken for her because she's in the wrong place at the wrong time and somebody is doing crimes as Black Rose, who isn't the real Black Rose Written by
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I really love this movie, a hilarious story... To me, it is an asian version of The Naked Gun, with many totally unexpected turns (i.e. laughs)... The humor of this movie is different from most movies I have ever seen - maybe it is a typical eastern humor? I don't know, all I can say is that I have never encountered this kind of humor before or after. The movie is extremely high paced, throwing you from one unexpected situation to another.
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