|Starring||Eric Tsang, Anthony Wong, Liu Kai Chi, Lee Sze Chit, Paulyn Sun, Hugo Ng, Cheung Tung Joe|
|Director||Wong Ching Po|
|Running Time||82 Minutes|
For persons aged 18 or above only.
descriptionFu Bo lifts the veil of a seldom heard of, much less spoken about profession - that of mortuary assistants, (euphemistically referred to as "Uncle Fu") whose job is to undertake handling, dissection, and cleaning up of corpses on behalf of forensic scientists. It has three narrative strands, about three agents of death, who never meet, yet affect each other's lives: a mortuary assistant, a triad assassin and a Portuguese chef who cooks for death row convicts. For a film that takes place chiefly in a morgue, it confounds genre expectations gleaned from horror-thrillers like Nightwatch. While offering a voyueristic keyhole to peer into the most repulsive and morbid details of death, it contemplates the philosophical significance of life and destiny.
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