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Credited cast:
Raymond Shiu Chi Li
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kenneth Chan ...
Lam Wang-Tsun
Sheila Chan ...
Poon Ka-Sze
Bowie Lam ...
Li Man-Kit
Eileen Tung ...
Chi Wah Wong ...
Charles Chan (as Tze Wah Wong)
King-Tan Yuen ...
Tang Siu-Lin


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9 November 1995 (Hong Kong)  »

Also Known As:

The Day That Doesn't Exist  »

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Two twisted tales told in one film!
18 February 2005 | by (Sacramento, CA) – See all my reviews

The Day that Doesn't Exist a.k.a. February 30th (1995) is a film that has two tales of the macabre. Anthony Wong Chau Sang leads the cast in this weird ensemble of character actors. One tale deals with a Truck driver who leads a double life and the other one follows a amnesiac who has no idea about the secret life that he lived. The two are loosely connected by the car accident theme and the fact that the two main characters have cheated death (but one is dead and doesn't even know it).

If you like Asian horror films then you'll enjoy this crazy film. Anthony Wong as usual steals the show. The mid-nineties was a great time for horror films in the Hong Kong Cinema. Thanks to the success of the films by Herman Yau and his ever lasting omnibus series and the category three genre. Keep an eye out for this movie, it's extremely hard to find.

Strongly recommended.

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