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Cham bin hung leng (2002)

A depressed hospital surgeon David is drifting into contact with a malevolent ghost following the death of his mother and the discovery that his wife has been unfaithful.

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(as Steve Cheng)

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(scriptwriter) (as Simon Loui), (scriptwriter) (as Steve Cheng) | 2 more credits »
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Dr. David Tsang Kwok-Ming
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Cindy / Ling (as Kelly Lam)
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Dr. Johnny (as Tat Ming Cheung)
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Jane Tsang (as Sharon Chan)
Simon Lui ...
Insp. Iron Cheung (as Simon Loui)
David Wai-Sheung Lee ...
Kwan (as David Lee)
Ricky Fan ...
Jacky Chan Wai
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Sandy On
Fung Lee ...
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A depressed hospital surgeon David is drifting into contact with a malevolent ghost following the death of his mother and the discovery that his wife has been unfaithful.

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7 April 2002 (Hong Kong)  »

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Sleeping with the Dead  »

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semi-watchable ghost story
12 September 2010 | by See all my reviews

Sleeping with the Dead, a nearly ten-year-old ghost story from Hong Kong, manages a few scenes to entice the viewer. But, unfortunately, there is never much of a pay-off. We see the life a doctor who becomes involved in the investigation of a series of grisly murders. Despite his job and the rash of killings, he seems detached, focused mostly on his relationship with his wife. That relationship seems to be falling apart, but the doctor has no problem attracting other women (which is odd since he's so moody), he sleeps with them but they're certainly not dead. Ghosts appear from time to time and our doctor seems to be able to see them. Ultimately the story goes nowhere. We get an explanation for the killings, and for the doctors detachment, but it falls sort of flat. Watch if you have insomnia.


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