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Mun ching sap daai huk ying (1994)

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In ancient China, rich Prince married to sexually obsessed Princess. Despite all the love delights of her husband, she finds a lover and betrayed him sophisticated passion. Servant Princess... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Mai Ching ...
Scholar's wife
Yan-hsi Ko
Julie Lee ...
Ki Dan-Fung
Siu-Kei Lee ...
Supreme Court Judge
Lawrence Ng ...
Scholar - Yeung Naai Miu
Elvis Tsui ...
Win Chung-Lung
Kwong Leung Wong ...
Got Siu-Tai
King-Tan Yuen ...
Nanny
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In ancient China, rich Prince married to sexually obsessed Princess. Despite all the love delights of her husband, she finds a lover and betrayed him sophisticated passion. Servant Princess with a passion peeking after them. But one day the Princess accuses it, and the maid threaten to terrible tortures. Written by lament

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19 May 1994 (Hong Kong)  »

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Humor Lost in Translation
13 January 2006 | by (san francisco) – See all my reviews

As a native Cantonese speaker, I found this film hilarious with its over the top depiction of Qing dynasty court procedure, Taoist sexual practices and Confucian moralizing.

I have watched this film with some Chinese people who were very westernized or Chinese who were very uptight. They were offended as much as some Western viewers. Other Chinese have found it just as funny as I did.

There is a lot of very fine dialogue that unless you are a Cantonese speaker you cannot appreciate it. The acting is modern and naturalistic. It does not appear stylized or affected in a manner that a historical costume drama would suggest.

The voice over narration at the beginning and end of the film was also hilarious in putting a pseudo scholarly & historical tone to the proceedings.

This is a must see if you have any serious interest in Hong Kong films. Top notch entertainment if you are into this stuff. 10/10


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