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Youling renjian II: Gui wei ren jian (2002)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Eason Chan ...
Jack
Jo Kuk ...
Ching
Cherrie Ying ...
September
Roger Kwok ...
Paul
Chai Ping Chan ...
Clara
Wai-sheung Lee ...
Tom (as David Lee)
Chiu Fung Hung ...
Xiao Wong
Sheila Chan
Sylvia Lai ...
(as Sam Sam)
Lan Law
Tung Cho 'Joe' Cheung ...
(as Joe Cheung)
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Maria Chen ...
Clara
Bo-Chun Mak ...
Mental patient
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20 June 2002 (Hong Kong)  »

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Visible Secret 2  »

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Yes, I suppose it must be said that once again, I See Dead People
28 August 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Eason Chan and Jo Koo star as newlyweds who don't have much time together before Chan has an accident and goes into a coma. When he awakes, he meets his old friend (Cherrie Ying) who helps him investigate his wife, who is acting more and more strangely. Lots of ghostly possession. Not as interesting on as many levels as the original VISIBLE SECRET, and though it still has a lot going for it, a tired rip-off of THE SIXTH SENSE fills a lot of the running time, making it predictable and somewhat boring. The plot elements not stolen from that film are complicated and unravel nicely. In short, a compelling mystery with a large chunk of plagiarism at its center.


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