Black Night dts
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|Official Release Date||Jun 22, 2006|
|Starring||Kashiwabara Takashi, Dylan Kuo, Annie Lau, Race Wong|
|Screen Format||Letter Box|
|Audio||Dolby Digital 5.1|
|Language||Cantonese, Thai, Japanese|
|Running Time||98 Minutes|
Not suitable for young persons and children.
track listingMovie List:
- Next Door (Hong Kong - Cantonese)
- Dark Hole (Japan - Japanese)
- Lost Memory (Thailand - Thai)
descriptionNext Door: Young actress Annie Liu from Ah Sou, handsome Taiwanese actor Dylan Guo who made his film debut in Embrace Your Shadow, and Race Wong from 2R join forces to tell a story set in a ghostly neighborhood. Having been John Woo's assistant director for quite some time, director Patrick Leung has already proved his talent in engaging his audience with box-office hits like Mighty Baby and Good Times, Bed Times. Now is the time for another horror movie from him. Dark Hole: Asaka Seto participates in another horror movie after her hugely popular One Missed Call 2. Takashi Kashiwabara, whose charm first shined in Love Letter ten years ago, plays her fiance in "Dark Hole". Director Akiyama Takahiko has demonstrated his wits in Hinokio, and he is just as clever in creating mysteries in "Dark Hole", in which the answer of all inexplicable incidents lies in a secret that happened 15 years ago! Lost Memory: Horror is a very prominent genre in Thai cinema, and Black Night also features one episode from the Thai director Thanit Jitnukul. Apart from astounding scenes which weaves together forming a complicated story, "Lost Memory" also devotes some time portraying a mother's love for her child. The story starts with a woman, suspecting her husband to have an affair, leaving home with her only son on a rainy night, and they meet an accident on their way...
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