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Ngo joh ngan gin do gwai (2002)

A car accident gives a spoiled, troubled young woman the ability to see ghosts, including one of a former classmate.

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(as Wai Ka Fai), (as Yau Nai Hoi) | 1 more credit »
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2 nominations. See more awards »

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Ken Wong / Sam Wong (as Lau Ching Wan)
Tian-Lin Wang ...
Sam's Dad (as Wong Tin Lam)
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Ben
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Sam's Dead Girlfriend
Cherrie Ying ...
Tina (as Cherrie In)
San-san Lee ...
Susan (as Lee San San)
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May's Father (as Lam Suet)
Man-Wai Wong ...
Mrs. Tsui (as Bonnie Wong)
Chi-Sing Lam ...
May's Brother (as Alex Lam)
Yoyo Yiu ...
May's Stepsister
Fung Lee ...
Taoist Priest (as Li Fung)
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A car accident gives a spoiled, troubled young woman the ability to see ghosts, including one of a former classmate.

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13 July 2002 (Hong Kong)  »

Also Known As:

My Left Eye Sees Ghosts  »

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Quotes

[as Mrs. Tsui approaches May]
May Ho: Grandma, I'm still a patient.
Mrs. Tsui: What do you usually do in the house?
Maid: [in English] Smoking, drinking, sleeping, eating, watching TV!
Mrs. Tsui: If you can drink and smoke, it means you can work. Come to the office on Monday. Be on time.
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Soundtracks

Roller Coaster
Music by Cacine Wong
Lyrics by Xi Lin
Performed by Sammi Cheng
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Great Romantic Comedy Movie
8 September 2003 | by See all my reviews

A wonderful romantic commedy starring the ever lovely Sammi Cheng. It combines romance and comedy beautifully in a simple but yet fulfilling story, with ghost element involved. Think of it as Hong Kong version of Hollywood's heat movie "Ghost" only that this one has more Chinese taste and is definitely better. The music is beautifully but yet not intrusive.

Without giving too much away, the movie has a slight twist at the end, though the observant audience would probably recognize it early on. The twist helps to tie the movie logically together.

Sammi gave a great performance as a newly-wed widow who transforms herself... She has trully become a magnificient performer and can hold a movie on her own shoulder.

A 9/10.


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