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Don't Open Your Eyes (DVD) (2006)

Hong Kong Movie
Don't Open Your Eyes (DVD) Hong Kong Movie
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Don't Open Your Eyes

Don't Open Your Eyes

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  • Title : Don't Open Your Eyes / 鬼眼刑警
  • Running time: Appx. 94 minutes
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2006
  • Listing date : 15 Mar 2012
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)

  • Directed by
  • Clarence Fok
  • Cast by
  • Alex Fong Chung Sun , Yuen Wah , Sammy , Jo Koo , Pinky Cheung Man Chi , Winnie Leung Man Yi , Law Lan , Samuel Pang
  • Synopsis
  • Seven (Alex Fong), a cop who gains spectre-seeing ability when his aunt (Law Lan) passes away. She tells Seven that he is now cursed with ghost-seeing eyes, and cannot tell anyone lest bad things happen to him. No matter, people figure out sooner or later that Seven can see ghosts.

    This is especially true for Uncle Bing (Yuen Wah), a veteran cop with keen supernatural intuition. Not only does he know some cool pseudo-Taoist tricks, but he also worships a statue of General Kwan and respects the spirtual world. The police don't however, as embodied by Seven and Bing's female boss (Winnie Leung), who orders that Kwan be put away.

    Unfortunately for her, the police station is about to be put under siege by the ghost of evil bastard Killer (Roderick Lam). Seven was responsible for Killer's death, and now he's back with a huge vengeance. With the aid of his still-living cohorts (Pinky Cheung, Samuel Pang, and Liu Fan), Killer wants revenge on Seven and just human beings in general.

  • Synopsis
  • Seven (Alex Fong), a cop who gains spectre-seeing ability when his aunt (Law Lan) passes away. She tells Seven that he is now cursed with ghost-seeing eyes, and cannot tell anyone lest bad things happen to him. No matter, people figure out sooner or later that Seven can see ghosts.

    This is especially true for Uncle Bing (Yuen Wah), a veteran cop with keen supernatural intuition. Not only does he know some cool pseudo-Taoist tricks, but he also worships a statue of General Kwan and respects the spirtual world. The police don't however, as embodied by Seven and Bing's female boss (Winnie Leung), who orders that Kwan be put away.

    Unfortunately for her, the police station is about to be put under siege by the ghost of evil bastard Killer (Roderick Lam). Seven was responsible for Killer's death, and now he's back with a huge vengeance. With the aid of his still-living cohorts (Pinky Cheung, Samuel Pang, and Liu Fan), Killer wants revenge on Seven and just human beings in general.