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Hui lu (2007)

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To everyone else, Adam seems like the luckiest guy in the world. His high-tech company sold for a fortune so he's an overnight millionaire, and then he married Lynda, his long-time ... See full summary »

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Michael Gleissner
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Cast

Credited cast:
Margaret Wang ... Lynda Wei
Hawick Hau-Wai Lau ... Adam Liu
Hao Qin ... David Du
Sasha Hou Sasha Hou ... Kat Chen
Michael Gleissner Michael Gleissner ... Charlie (as Ken Arden)
Susanna Fung Susanna Fung ... Terry
Bebe Pham Bebe Pham ... Fashion Show Model #1
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Yao Hsiao Yao Hsiao ... Ling (as Paula Hsiao Yao)
Kersten Hui Kersten Hui ... Taxidermy Boss
Philip Ng ... John Wei
Elliot Tong Elliot Tong ... Simon Chu
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To everyone else, Adam seems like the luckiest guy in the world. His high-tech company sold for a fortune so he's an overnight millionaire, and then he married Lynda, his long-time girlfriend and the woman of his dreams. However, after honeymoon is over, some problems creep into the marriage such as Lynda finding out Adam is sterile so they can't have children. Worst of all, Lynda begins to suspect Adam might have been responsible for the death of her only brother. Those accusations push Adam over the edge so he begins contemplating the unthinkable - murdering his wife. Written by Anonymous

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Thriller

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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Mandarin

Filming Locations:

Hong Kong, China

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Bigfoot Entertainment See more »
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Color
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Two versions of this film, one in English, one in Mandarin, were shot back to back with two different casts. See more »

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Alternate-language version of Irreversi (2010) See more »

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The Stuff That I Am Made Of
Music and Lyrics by MULLER AND PATTON
Performed by MICKMEISTER
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A suspense thriller that is neither suspenseful or thrilling
27 July 2009 | by dontspamme-11See all my reviews

Michael Gleissner also directed "Irreversi", the English version of this film which apparently has an identical storyline with different actors. However, the Mandarin version is also accompanied by the English name "Irreversi", and it simply adds to the confusion. But what is even more confusing is the film itself, which revolves around a newlywed couple who are keeping secrets from each other. The bulk of the film is stretched out by meaningless scenes filled with unconvincing dialogue between the couple that borders on revolting, and character motivations/interactions that are sketchy at best. The plot twist at the end will make you say "ohhh....", but rather than the "ohhh, why didn't I see -that- coming....", it's the "ohhh c'mon, this is so dumb...." silliness. Why did Gleissner make two identical versions of this film? That's just doubling the displeasure (or whatever the antithesis of pleasure is....).


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