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Forbidden Tales Of Two Cities    (1975)

 
 
 
Director :
Li Han Hsiang

Writer :
Li Han Hsiang

 
Other titles : 港澳传奇 (HK Title)
Gang3 Ao4 Chuan2 Ji1 (HK Title)
Gong Ngo Chuen Kei (HK Title)
Contes interdits de Hong Kong et Macao (French Title)
Country : Hong Kong
Film Company : Shaw Brothers
Genre : Adult / Comedy / Drama
HK Category : I I I
Runtime : 107 min.
Video : Colour
Audio : Speaking (Mandarin)
 
 Cast :  
Hu Chin
Tien Ni
Ku Feng
Chen Ping
Wong Hap
Sek Sau
Cheng Hong Yip
Lau Dan
Lau Wai Yue
Shum Lo
       
 
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Plot

Li Han-hsiang, one of the most experienced and respected filmmakers in Hong Kong, wrote and directed this charming and fascinating comedy of amorous complications and modern morals in the very middle of his forty year career. The two cities are Macau, where a love quartet is the source for sexy merriment, and Hong Kong, where a gambler tells a charming woman why there are four shackles hanging from his apartment ceiling!
 
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Director, Writer :
Li Han Hsiang
 
 Cast : (when available)  (Hide) (full cast & crew)

Hu Chin

Tien Ni

Ku Feng

Chen Ping

Wong Hap

Sek Sau

Cheng Hong Yip

Lau Dan

Lau Wai Yue

Shum Lo
 
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