a kung fu master coming from the tradition of the HEAVEN AND EARTH SOCIETY, rents a loft to teach his students. Coinciding with his open mind, sooner starts contacts with previous occupants...
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a kung fu master coming from the tradition of the HEAVEN AND EARTH SOCIETY, rents a loft to teach his students. Coinciding with his open mind, sooner starts contacts with previous occupants, a ghost wedlock, both higly skilled in chinesse boxing, but with a opressed wife that slowly evolves to a much better situation. I really wouldnt put this movie in the horror category. Though ghosts and doubtful magics, this is a good martial arts show, with a satiric eye about human weakness and nobilities.Written by
This is another in the endless round of ghost films churned out by the Hong Kong film industry. It concerns Master Ying, who moves to a place inhabited by married ghosts. The husband routinely beats the wife and it is not pretty. She comes out of his clutches and comes to life. You get the usual assortment of bumbling colleagues and the movie goes along at a Hong Kong like frenetic pace. It is not horrible, but terribly inessential. My favorite part is way in the second half, when the pretty female ghost leaves the confines of the home and goes shopping in Hong Kong. But, the problem is it takes a long time to get to it. There are subplots here, but they are not intriguing enough. I barely rated this film a 5. If you like Hong Kong ghost movies, this should be way down your list of viewing. If you don't, or think you won't, just skip it.
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