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Fai seung hung che (2002)

When Keung's girlfriend, Apple, goes on a business trip, he takes the opportunity to approach Yurei, their new next door neighbor who is a stewardess. Although she seems pleasant enough on ... See full summary »

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When Keung's girlfriend, Apple, goes on a business trip, he takes the opportunity to approach Yurei, their new next door neighbor who is a stewardess. Although she seems pleasant enough on the outside, Keung soon discovers to his horror that she is mentally disturbed, and is only pretending to be a stewardess. But when Keung attempts to find out the whole truth, and alert the authorities, Yurei lures him into a deadly game of cat and mouse that he may not survive. Written by Anonymous

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18 April 2002 (Hong Kong)  »

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Conquering a Japanese women for China
29 August 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Director Samuel Leung continues his dialog on Japan - Hong Kong relations, carried through many of his previous pictures (COLOUR OF PAIN, MANIACAL NIGHT) Here, Sam Lee is a young man who meets a beautiful Japanese stewardess (Kasugai Seina) and decides to "conquer her for China!" And he does, only trouble is she is somewhat of a psychotic killer. There is also the small matter of his regular girlfriend, whose father is a triad boss willing to kill anyone that upsets her. Lots of Sam Lee running around screaming follows. More interesting when viewed in the context of the director's other films, THE STEWARDESS provides few delights on its own, too few to make it a film worth recommending.


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