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The Eye    (2002)

 
 
 
Director :
Oxide & Danny Pang

Producer :
Peter Chan Ho Sun

Writer :
Oxide & Danny Pang, Jojo Hui Yuet Chun

 
Other titles : 见鬼 (HK Title)
Gin Gwai (HK Title)
Jian gui (HK Title)
Country : Hong Kong, Thailand
Film Company : Applause Pictures, Centro, Raintree Pictures Pte. Ltd.
Genre : Drama / Fantasy / Horror
HK Category : I I B
Runtime : 98 min.
Video : Colour
Audio : Speaking (Cantonese, Mandarin, Thai)
HK Gross : 13.701 M. HK$
 
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 Cast :  
Angelica Lee Sum Kit
Lawrence Chou Jun Wai
Candy Lo Hau Yam
Edmund Chen Chi Choi
Benjamin Yuen Wai Ho
Wilson Yip Wai Shun
     
  
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At the age of two Mann went blind. Eighteen years later, a new and risky corneal transplant operation restores her vision. A serie of inexplicable events however lead her to believe there is more than meets the eye to her new-found gift of sight. Mysterious black-clad figures seem to foreshadow sudden deaths and horribly disfigured denizens haunt her everyday existence. Unable to define her own identity, she comes to understand that whenever she looks into a mirror she doesn't see herself but instead she sees another woman; Ling, the original owner of the corneas.

The nightmarish visions are driving Mann insane. Desperate to uncover the truth, Mann visits Ling's old village in Northern Thailand. There she discovers that Ling was clairvoyant, but Ling's inability to save the villagers from a fire that she predicted sent her into a deep depression. Overcome with sorrow and regret, she ultimately committed suicide. Now it seems that Mann has inherited Ling's fate and the misery that comes with the ability to see more than one wants to see.

 
  Review  

The Eye by the Pang brothers (Danny and Oxide) is a more typical Chinese ghost story in essence than Inner Sense. Despite a Pan-Asian cast and crew, The Eye stands definitively as a true HK movie in spirit. The story coming from cultural Chinese beliefs on ghosts and the Pang Bros. mise-en-scene, framing and editing confirm its filiation. It's a must seen for three main reasons: an amazing and mature performance by...
 
 
>> read the full length review Thomas Podvin 15/1/2003
 
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Director, Writer :
Oxide & Danny Pang

Producer :
Peter Chan Ho Sun

Writer :
Jojo Hui Yuet Chun
 
 Cast : (when available)  (Hide) (full cast & crew)

Angelica Lee Sum Kit

Lawrence Chou Jun Wai

Candy Lo Hau Yam

Edmund Chen Chi Choi

Benjamin Yuen Wai Ho

Wilson Yip Wai Shun
 
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