Troublesome Night III
kinds of people who have the highest possibility to run into ghosts are those
working at the funeral home. And the main casts in this film all earn their
living by rendering services for the dead. Each of them has his or her own
SHESIDO, a make-up artist for the dead, is infatuated with popular singer LAM WING-SEE. One night, he is elated by having a photo opportunity with LAM. When he looks at the picture at his funeral home, however, he can't see her face. Afterwards, he gets extremely upset by the heartbreaking news of LAM - who has been killed in a car accident. The worse part is that her pretty face was ruined. Even experience artists can't do much. SHESIDO has a thought of giving up, but thinks twice after watching a broadcast interview of LAM, in which she insisted to "die beautifully". Hence, he determines to paint his face like that of LAM and to lie down onto the coffin in place of her, hoping to stay with her forever.
CHURN is an inexperience "Chinese priest" who always takes advantage of the dead. One night, he renders a memorial service for an old woman. Although the son of the woman WAH knows that his service fee is overcharged, he still pays for it. Yet, he hopes his mom can take revenge on CHURN. No sooner has he started enjoying his easy money, CHURN encounters many strange incidents. Scared, he returns all the money to WAH.
LIK is a talkative and sociable sales rep at a funeral home. Yet, he has his sentimental side. He is the secret admirer of HUNG, a make-up artist for the dead. HUNG, however, has her heart on DAVIV. After making love with RAYMOND, she discloses to him that she's an orphan and works at a funeral home. Although DAVIV raises no objection, he secretly decides to leave her, which drives her to commit a suicide. HUNG is so sad that a tear rolls down her cheek ........
|Scriptwriting||:||Chang Gok Tsz, Lau Hau Wai|
|Cinematography||:||Chan Gong Hung|
|Editing||:||Chan Kei Hap|
|Music Score||:||Brother Hung|
|Koo Tin Lok Louis|
|Loui Yu-Yeung Simon|
|Ding Chi Chun|
|Che Tin Wah|
|Ng Wing Mei Christine|
|Cheung Kam Chin|
|Ng Chi Hung|