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Kuang lian shi (1968)

Two brothers lust after the same girl in the summer scene of 60's.

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Credited cast:
Jenny Hu ...
Judy
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David Chu
Fan Yang ...
Chu Hsiao Chun
Feng Chin ...
Peter Chiang
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Yuan Chieh ...
Peter's friend
Po Chien Chin ...
Peter's friend
Lin-Yeh Hsiao ...
Peter's friend
Tung Hu ...
Mr. Chu
Sau Kei Lee ...
Judy's husband
Han Lo ...
Peter's friend
Xiaoying Ma ...
Mrs. Chu
Yasuhiro Shikamura ...
Hunter team bowler
Yukio Someno ...
Hunter team bowler
Yung Liang Tu ...
Service station attendant
Yen Wu ...
Maid
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Two brothers lust after the same girl in the summer scene of 60's.

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summer | swim | rape | playboy | melodrama | See All (6) »

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Drama

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1 September 1968 (Hong Kong)  »

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Money, Sex and Love  »

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2.35 : 1
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Remake of Kurutta kajitsu (1956) See more »

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"Crazed Fruit" In Hong Kong
8 December 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you have seen the seminal Japanese new wave film "Crazed Fruit", stop here. This is a remake of that film directed by the same director. The difference is that the film is set in Hong Kong with Hong Kong actors. The premise is that a young lady named Judy, played by Eurasian beauty Jenny Hu, becomes close with Xianchun. He is kind of shy. His brother David, who hangs around with other playboys, is intrigued by her. It turns out she is married to an older man, an American Chinese who is a trader, so he's not home all the time. Judy ends up spending time with both brothers. Judy does not tell the decent but kind of naive about love Xiaochun about her husband and David. So, of course, something happens. If you have seen "Crazed Fruit", you'll know. If you haven't, this film is not quite as good, with the exception of two things: It is in color and the alluring Jenny Hu plays the young lady. She has played these femme fatale roles to the hilt and at the time was very popular. So, I do recommend it, as it is well made by the original director but don't expect anything different to happen. Thats all. Enjoy.


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