Nam is not your typical teenager. Sure, he spends a little too much time on his computer, and tries a little too hard to meet the gorgeous stewardess who lives in his building. But recently... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Steven Cheung ...
Nam
Mandy Chiang ...
Charlie
Yee Tong ...
Mei Chee
Yu Gu ...
Tung
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hin-Wai Au ...
Nam's doctor
Ka-Sing Chan ...
Chief's son
Ka Sing Chau ...
Chief
Amy Chum ...
Nam's mother
Kong Lau ...
Fok
Limin Sun ...
Nam's father (as Lik-man Suen)
So-Foon Wong ...
Madam Ho
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Nam is not your typical teenager. Sure, he spends a little too much time on his computer, and tries a little too hard to meet the gorgeous stewardess who lives in his building. But recently three of Nam's friends have committed suicide, which isn't all bad since, as the title implies, he sees ghosts. However, these suicides only foreshadow weirder things to come. Soon his brother Tung, along with Chee, his stewardess crush, begin to act strangely, while his visions of ghostly children and other phantoms grow more frequent. With aid from his brother's girlfriend Charlie, Nam sets out to investigate his haunted building's past and help these malevolent spirits cross over. Written by SIFF

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4 January 2008 (Hong Kong)  »

Also Known As:

Yes, I Can See Dead People  »

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