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Rouge, le fantôme de Hong Kong
(Yin ji kau)

by Stanley KWAN

  • Rouge

1930, a Hong Kong brothel patronised by wealthy men. Fleur, a well-known courtesan, embarks on a passionate affair with one of her clients. When they announce their plan to get married, the young man’s family disapprove. The couple make a suicide pact promising to find each other in the afterworld… Mid-way between romance, ghost film and allegorical melodrama, “Kwan draws us into a process of fascination akin to an opiate sleep, peopled with subtly dreamlike visions” (Thierry Jousse). Rouge is a deeply paradoxical film, torn between the beauty of appearances and the burden of reality.

M.F.M.

  • Titre françaisRouge, le fantôme de Hong Kong
  • Original titleYin ji kau
  • Titre internationalRouge
  • ScénarioLee Pik Wah, Tai An-Ping Chiu
  • PhotoBill Wong
  • MontagePeter Cheung
  • MusiqueSiu-Tin Lai
  • InterprétationAnita Mui, Leslie Cheung, Alex Man, Emily Chu
  • Producteur déléguéJackie Chan, Leonard Ho
  • Ventes internationalesFortune Star : jenniferyip@startv.cn
  • Prix obtenusMontgolfière d'Or F3C 1988
  • Support de projectionDCP
  • Sous-titrageVOST électronique

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