Finale in Blood

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Finale in Blood (1993)

94 min - Fantasy, Horror - 6 November 1993
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This supernatural drama revolves around a radio disc jockey named Cheng, who unexpectedly comes into contact with the beautiful ghost of a woman named Feng. Hoping to exact revenge on the man responsible for her death, Feng persuades Cheng to tell her story on air. Unfortunately, although Cheng's performance draws in a score of listeners, it also attracts the attention of Feng's killer.

Director:  Fruit Chan
Writers:  Chan Hing-ka

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This supernatural drama revolves around a radio disc jockey named Cheng, who unexpectedly comes into contact with the beautiful ghost of a woman named Feng. Hoping to exact revenge on the man responsible for her death, Feng persuades Cheng to tell her story on air. Unfortunately, although Cheng's performance draws in a score of listeners, it also attracts the attention of Feng's killer.


Collections: Fruit Chan

Genres: Fantasy, Horror

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Country:   Hong Kong
Language:  Cantonese
Release Date:  6 November 1993

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Production Companies:  Try Ease Ltd

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Runtime:  1 h 34 min

Before Fruit Chan made the acclaimed modern masterpieces Made in Hong Kong, The Longest Summer, and Hollywood, Hong Kong, filmmaker Fruit Chan directed the ghost love story Finale in Blood.

Lawrence Cheng stars as Cheng Ming Pao, a radio disc jockey who has a chance meeting with a lovely ghost named Feng (Nonie Tao). Feng’s death was a sordid affair, punctuated by the betrayal of love and a malicious murder. Cheng urges her to stay with him to tell her stories on the radio, and the show rapidly grows popular, attracting numerous listeners. But one of them may be the man responsible for Feng’s death…and even her passing may not have severed their linked destinies! An offbeat and different film in a genre littered with similar entries, Finale in Blood demonstrates the talent and narrative genius of Fruit Chan within a more conventional film genre. With heightened emotions and an effectively-told tale of romance and revenge, Finale in Blood is a worthy earlier entry from the future master filmmaker. [Yesasia]