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Release Date:
13 May 2010 (Hong Kong) See more »
In a cut-throat property market, she'd kill for a harbour view. See more »
Cheng Li-sheung is a young, upwardly mobile professional finally ready to invest in her first home. But when the deal falls through, she is forced to keep her dream alive - even if it means keeping her would-be neighbors dead. | Add synopsis »
3 wins & 7 nominations See more »
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Dreary exercise in sadism See more (31 total) »


  (in credits order)

Josie Ho ... Cheng Lai Sheung

Ching Wong ... Security Guard (as Wong Ching)
Helen To ... Sheung's Colleague
Man Jan San ... Man
Cindy Yu ... Sheung's Colleague
Chan Lai Ling ... Receptionist in Love Motel

Eason Chan ... Siu To
Chow Fei Kin ... Man's Cousin
Michelle Ye ... Flat 8A Female Owner
Jo Kuk ... Flat 8A Female Owner's Friend (as Jo Koo)
Dewi Ariyantl ... Filipino Maid
Vivian Leung ... Young Sheung
Chung-man Pow ... Young Sheung's Brother (as Benjamin Pow)
Cheng Hao Sum ... Jimmy

Hee Ching Paw ... Sheung's Mother (as Paw Hee Ching)
Hoi-Pang Lo ... Sheung's Grandpa (as Lo Hoi Pang)
Norman Chu ... Sheung's Father (as Chui Siu Keung Norman)
Chow Chung Hay ... Student was Poured in Red Paint
Au Yeung Che Kim ... Man was Poured in Red Paint
Kon Chung Tam ... Triad Member (as Tam Kon Chung)
Chung-yiu Yeung ... Triad Member (as Yeung Chung Yiu)
Lap-Man Tan ... Flat 8A Male Owner (as Sinn Lap Man)
Lam Yiu-Sing ... Sheung's Brother (as Lam Yiu Sing)
Tang Man Chun ... Security Guard
Wai-Hang Lau ... Nelson (as Benny Lau)
Kwok Cheung Tsang ... Cheung Jai (as Derek Tsang)
Lawrence Chou ... On Jai
Song Xiao Cheng ... Woman A
Chuchu Zhou ... Woman B (as Zhou Chu Chu)
Phat Chan ... Blondie

Nelson Lik-wai Yu ... Brother Wah (as Yu Lik Way)
Yee Ting Chan ... Sister in the Hospital (as Bobo Chan)
Ka-Sing Chan ... Brother in the Hospital (as Kelvin Chan)
Yeung Lai Nah ... Mother in the Hospital
Silente Ng ... Doctor
Pierre Yu ... Richard
Stephen Tsui ... Bank Manager

Ying Kwan Lok ... Cop Man (as Felix Lok)

Juno Mak ... Cop Fat
Simon Lee ... Lawyer
Stanley Lo ... Mr. Tsang (as Stanley Law)
Wai Lin Sun ... Mrs. Tsang (as Helen Sun)
Kwok Ming Ng ... Worker
Apple Chau ... Sheung's Stunt Woman
Lin Gie Heng ... Pregnant Woman's Stunt Woman
Hak-Shing Keung ... Male Flat Owner's Stunt Man (as Keung Hak Shing)

Directed by
Ho-Cheung Pang  (as Pang Ho-cheung)
Writing credits
Ho-Cheung Pang (original story) (as Pang Ho-cheung)

Ho-Cheung Pang (written by) (as Pang Ho-cheung) &
Kwok Cheung Tsang (written by) (as Derek Tsang) &
Chi-Man Wan (written by) (as Jimmy Wan)

Produced by
Conroy Chi-Chung Chan .... producer (as Conroy Chan)
Kenny Chan .... associate producer
Josie Ho .... producer
Subi Liang .... producer
Andrew Ooi .... executive producer
Ho-Cheung Pang .... producer (as Pang Ho-cheung)
Raymond Phathanavirangoon .... co-producer
Kwok Cheung Tsang .... line producer (as Derek Tsang)
Chi-Man Wan .... line producer (as Jimmy Wan)
Original Music by
Gabriele Roberto 
Cinematography by
Nelson Lik-wai Yu  (as Yu Lik Wai)
Film Editing by
Wenders Li 
Production Design by
Lim Chung Man  (as Man Lim Chung)
Art Direction by
Jeffrey Kong 
Makeup Department
Miko Chu .... make-up (as Midco Chu)
Vittaya Deerattrakul .... special make-up (as Vitaya Deerattakul)
Gloria Lam .... hair stylist (as Lam Wai Lok)
Andrew Lin .... special make-up
Production Management
Aaron Lai .... associate production manager
Mae Lui .... assistant production manager
Nicole Mak .... assistant production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Chi-hao Chau .... second assistant director (as Chau Chi Ho)
Nicky Shih .... second assistant director (as Nicky Shi)
Aggie Yeung .... second assistant director
Cindy Yu .... first assistant director
Art Department
Jamie Tsang .... assistant art director
Wai-Ming Wong .... prop master (as Wong Wai Ming)
Sound Department
Yu-Chieh Chen .... boom operator (as Chen Yu Chieh)
Chen Guan-Ting .... boom operator
Erica Hu .... foley artist
Erica Hu .... sound editor
Li Chi Kuo .... foley artist (as Kuo Li-Chi)
Li Chi Kuo .... sound editor (as Kuo Li-Chi)
E.-Chi Li .... foley artist (as Li E-Chi)
E.-Chi Li .... sound editor (as Li E-Chi)
Agnes Liu .... foley artist
Agnes Liu .... sound editor
Marco Streccioni .... sound mix engineer
Antonio Tavassi .... assistant sound mixer (as Antonio Tavaso)
Ya-Ning Tseng .... foley artist (as Tseng Ya-Ning)
Ya-Ning Tseng .... sound editor (as Tseng Ya-Ning)
Ya-Ning Tseng .... sound studio coordinator (as Tseng Ya-Ning)
Duu-Chih Tu .... final mixer (as Tu Duu-Chih)
Duu-Chih Tu .... sound designer (as Tu Duu-Chih)
Tse Kang Tu .... location audio mixer (as Tu Tse-Kang)
Shu-yao Wu .... foley artist (as Wu Shu-Yao)
Shu-yao Wu .... sound editor (as Wu Shu-Yao)
Special Effects by
Yuen Fai Ng .... visual effects (as Ng Yuen Fai)
Bart Wong .... visual effects
Visual Effects by
Jittapol Anuccavech .... vfx artist
Chuchawam Chairimwiang .... film scan & recording (as Chuchawan Chairimwiang)
Thitisak Chuenura .... vfx artist
Pui-Kin Ho .... visual effects (as Ho Pui Kin)
Piyanut Kaeomaneo .... film scan & recording (as Piyanut Kaeomanee)
Wai Kit Leung .... visual effects (as Leung Wai Kit)
Surasak Linitda .... film scan & recording
Edd Pandaman .... vfx artist
Sittchai Pusakulsuk .... vfx artist (as Sittichai Pusakulsuk)
Nantachai Samapuddhi .... vfx artist
Chairut Toruen .... vfx artist
Yada Waewhong .... vfx artist
Bart Wong .... title sequence design
Kar Lok Chin .... action choreography (as Chin Ka Lok)
Wai-Fai Wong .... action choreographer (as Wong Wai Fai)
Camera and Electrical Department
Hong Sung Chan .... gaffer assistant (as Chan Hon Shung)
Ka-Fai Ho .... focus puller: camera b (as Ho Ka Fai)
Siu Ching Ip .... photographer: camera b (as Ip Siu Ching)
Ko Ching Kam .... focus puller
Wing Shya .... still photographer (as Wing Shya Samuel)
Chi Ming Wong .... gaffer (as Wong Chi Ming)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Cho Ting Chung .... assistant costume designer (as Chung Cho Ting)
Kam-Sim Ma .... wardrobe assistant (as Ma Kam Sim)
Editorial Department
Dulapark Booncharern .... digital on-line editor
Aor Chanawong .... digital colorist
Deborah Huen .... senior digital colorist (as Debora Huen)
Salita Jaiboon .... project producer
Kritsada Kaewmanee .... technical supervisor: digital output (as Kritsada Kaewamani)
Ruchiroch Phadungchai .... digital on-line editor
Supamol Pleumchusak .... color timing
Supamol Pleumchusak .... grading
Sakmongkon Pongmaneerat .... project producer
Nepasnan S. .... project producer (as Napasnan S.)
Pornopol Sakarin .... technical supervisor: digital output (as Pornpol Sakarin)
Bobbie Wong .... project supervisor
Passakorn Yaisiri .... color timing
Passakorn Yaisiri .... grading
Music Department
Pietro Ballestrero .... acoustic guitar
Pietro Ballestrero .... classic guitar
Pietro Ballestrero .... jazz guitar
Andrea Bergesio .... guitar recorded by
Fabrizio Strobino .... guitar recording assistant
Other crew
Yuk Wah Cheung .... unit manager (as Cheung Yuk Wah)
Siu Kuen Chiu .... tea lady (as Chiu Siu Kuen)
Cox Chong .... continuity
Derrick Fong .... making of
Tao Jun Jie .... english subtitle translation (as Tao Jie)
Chiu Wan Kit .... production accountant
Quan La .... production assistant (as Quin Lau)
Pairoj Prempri .... laboratory consultant (as Pairote Prempree)
S. Sangwannuch .... production coordinator
Pison Santawanpas .... laboratory consultant
Ka Yee Yim .... continuity (as Yim Ka Yee)
Amy Law .... acknowledgement
Juno Mak .... acknowledgement
Kenny Wong .... acknowledgement

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Also Known As:
"Wai dor lei ah yut ho" - Hong Kong (original title)
"Victoria No. 1" - Hong Kong (English title) (literal title)
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96 min
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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Dreary exercise in sadism, 14 July 2014
Author: Leofwine_draca from United Kingdom

DREAM HOME is a modern-day homage to the nasty Category III boom of the 1990s which saw Hong Kong film producers making such tasteless products as THE EBOLA SYNDROME, RUN AND KILL and BUNMAN. Sadly, it lacks the finesse and indeed interest of those films, which would have been passable without all the nastiness; instead this is a film entirely built around bloodshed.

This movie has an odd, convoluted-feeling narrative; half of the story is told in flashback, and the rest is basically one extended gore sequence. About the only thing I can recommend is the quality of the gore effects, which are exemplary and ultra-realistic, but that's all there is to it: there are no heroes or villains here, nobody to root for, just murder after murder. Before long it gets very wearying and nihilistic, worse than a cheap '80s slasher.

The set-up story, told through flashback, I found very lightweight and Josie Ho's stilted acting and monotonous delivery of her lines didn't help much. It seems to be building up to some big twist but you end up thinking "so what?". It's five minutes of screen time stretched out to an hour. Yes, there's some good subtext involving the struggle for people to get on the property market, but in the end this is a simplistic, dreary exercise in sadism and one that left me frankly bored.

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