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Karmic Mahjong

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Karmic Mahjong (2006)

98 min - Action, Comedy - 26 April 2006
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Chen Chuan (Francis Ng) is a simple man who seems to be cursed with bad luck all the time. Convinced by a blind fortune teller that he must eliminate the "villain" that is bringing him the ills, Chen vows to kill the person responsible for his misfortunes. But he soon has second thoughts when he suspect that the "villain" is none other than his own wife.

Director:  Guangli Wang

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Chen Chuan (Francis Ng) is a simple man who seems to be cursed with bad luck all the time. Convinced by a blind fortune teller that he must eliminate the "villain" that is bringing him the ills, Chen vows to kill the person responsible for his misfortunes. But he soon has second thoughts when he suspect that the "villain" is none other than his own wife.


Collections: Guangli Wang

Genres: Action, Comedy

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Country:   China
Language:  普通话
Release Date:  26 April 2006

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Runtime:  1 h 38 min

Chen Chuan (Francis Ng) is a simple man who seems to be cursed with bad luck all the time.

Convinced by a blind fortune teller that he must eliminate the “villain” that is bringing him the ills, Chen vows to kill the person responsible for his misfortunes. But he soon has second thoughts when he suspect that the “villain” is none other than his own wife.

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Karmic Mahjong by Wang Guangli

Karmic Mahjong (simplified Chinese: 血战到底; traditional Chinese: 血戰到底; pinyin: xùe zhàn dào dǐ) is a 2006 Chinese comedy film directed by Wang Guangli. It stars Francis Ng as a mechanic from Chengdu plagued by bad luck and Cherrie Ying as a young woman who appears to share the same affliction. The film also features cameos by the prominent Chinese directors Wang Xiaoshuai and Jia Zhangke.

The film, a mainland production of the Shanghai Dachong Cultural Information Company and the Zhangzhou Xinchuang Cultural Information Company, nevertheless is director Wang Guangli’s homage to the Hong Kong tradition of action-comedies.