Finale In Blood [Legendary Collection]

Finale In Blood [Legendary Collection]

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~Lawrence Cheng, Ruth Winona Tao, David Wu, Chikako Aoyama
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Original Name  大鬧廣昌隆 [永恆的經典]
Official Release Date Jul 27, 2007
Starring Lawrence Cheng, Ruth Winona Tao, David Wu, Chikako Aoyama
Director Fruit Chan Goh
Screen Format Anamorphic Wide Screen
Video Format NTSC
Audio Dolby Digital
Language Mandarin, Cantonese
Subtitles Chinese, English
Year 1993
Running Time 90 Minutes
Genre Thriller
Version  Hong Kong
  Category IIB
Not suitable for young persons and children.
PAX-Code PAX0001714110
Catalog No.  JS/DVD/3030
Item Code  4895074413667


It’s an unusual story about an unusual love between a man and a ghost.A radio announcer Dan is saved from drowning by an umbrella, in which a ghost resides. She appears in front of Dan, and asks him to take her to the place where her faithless husband lives.

Dan tells her story on the air and it becomes an instant hit. At the urgings of the public, Dan asks Gwyun to stay for more stories. During those days, they two become bosom friends.But the ghost tell Dan she must leave him and that her-ex-lover must pay the debt in kind.


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Doctor Forbidden (26) on 12, Sep. 2010 14:56 (HKT)
Fruit Chan's Directorial Debut
Being Fruit Chan’s directorial debut, Finale In Blood is a mixed bag. The plot and theme are interesting enough: an examination of the tragedy of womanhood in a male-centred society. However, the execution of the story in the finished film is more akin to a conventional, by-the-numbers ghost love story. Chan’s stylistic elements with which he later made a name for himself can be found scattered throughout the film, but are largely still in their infancy and devoid of focused significance. While still eminently watchable, Finale In Blood is not a must-watch film, even for hardened fans of Fruit Chan.

The plot tells the tale of Fong Yan (Winona Tao) who inherits a hotel in Hong Kong and falls for a guest, Ma (David Wu). Ma turns out to be a rather corrupt police officer who frequents the ladies of the night. Despite knowing of his infidelities, Fong eventually marries Ma, holding on to the empty promises of change that he makes. Ma, however, continues to patronise an unnamed prostitute (a scene-stealing Aoyama Chikako), and tragedy develops resulting in Fong becoming a disembodied spirit residing in an umbrella. This is where Lawrence Cheng’s character, Cheng Ming Po, comes in. A bullied disc jockey at Rediffusion, his life is irrevocably change when he gains possession of the umbrella and decides to help Fong’s ghost.
David Chung’s work on this film was nominated in the

Best Cinematography category at the 1994 Hong Kong Film Awards. Visually, the film is pleasing enough, offering glimpses of 1960s Hong Kong that were faithfully recreated. The acting is generally effective, with Lawrence Cheng and Aoyama Chikako succeeding admirably in conveying kind-hearted vulnerability and haughty desperation in their characters, respectively.

This DVD is part of the Legendary Collection from Joysales. Despite being remastered, the picture is very grainy and scratch marks can constantly be seen. I suppose there is only so much they can do with the poor quality of the film print at their disposal. The soundtrack fares much better but is nothing exceptional.
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