刀馬旦
Peking Opera Blues (1986)
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Genres: Action  Comedy  Drama 
Theatrical Run: 09/06/1986 - 09/24/1986
Box Office: HK $17,559,357.00
 
Director
  Tsui Hark
 
Script
  Raymond To Kwok-Wai
 
Action Director
  Tony Ching Siu-Tung
 
Producer
  Tsui Hark
 
 
Cast
  Brigitte Lin Ching-Hsia ... Cho Wan
  Sally Yeh Chian-Wen ... Pat Nell (Bai Niu)
  Cherie Chung Cho-Hung ... Sheung Hung
  Mark Cheng Ho-Nam ... Ling Pak Hoi
  Wu Ma ... Boss Wong
  Cheung Kwok-Keung (1) ... Tung Man
  Paul Chun Pui ... Fa Kam Siu
  Ku Feng ... Commander Liu
  Kenneth Tsang Kong ... General Cho
  Huang Ha (1) ... General Tun
  Poon Hang-Sang ... Theatre doorman
  Po-Chih Leong ... Mr Kam
  David Wu Dai-Wai (1) ... General Cho's interpreter
  James Lai Wing-Keung ... General Tun's adjuntant
  Sandra Ng Kwun-Yu ... General Tun's wife
  Wong Hoi-Yan ... General Tun's wife
  Si-Ma Yin (2) ... Ms Choi
  Lee Hoi-Sang ... Captain
  Tin Ching (1) ... Comrade Sung
  Fung Ging-Man ... General Cho's officer
  William Leung Chi-Ming ... General Tun's soldier
  Tenky Tin Kai-Man ... Cart pusher
  Chang Kwok-Tse ... Commander Liu's man
  Fung Yuen-Chi ... Overseas Chinese arrested in the street
 
Production Company
  Cinema City Co., Ltd.
 
Filming Company
  Film Workshop
 
Production Manager
  Claudie Chung Chun
  Patrick Yip Pak-Chuen
  Gin Lau Sin-Hing
 
Sound Recordist
  Cinema City Recording Studio
 
Art Director
  Vincent Wai Kai-San
  Ho Kim-Sing
  Leung Chi-Hing
 
Script Supervisor
  Ken Chan Hei-Ban
 
Lighting
  Lee Kin-Keung (1)
 
Makeup
  Fung Cho-Tak
 
Props
  Lee Kuen-Long
  Cheung Foo-Wing
 
Special Effects
  Cinefex Workshop Co., Ltd.
 
Cinematographer
  Poon Hang-Sang
  Horace Wong Wing-Hang
 
Editor
  David Wu Dai-Wai (1)
 
Costume Designer
  Bobo Ng Bo-Ling
  Peggy Cheung Siu-Ping
 
Assistant Director
  Andrew Kam Yeung-Wa
  Lo Yuen-Ming
  Lui Fa
 
Hair Stylist
  Lee Kin-Tai
 
Composer
  James Wong Jim
  David Wu Dai-Wai (1)
 
 
 
Summary
 

After the Chinese Revolution of 1911, three women -- a general's daughter (Brigitte Lin), a petty thief (Cherie Chung), and an actress wannabe (Sally Yip) -- find themselves aswirl in intrigue that drags them back and forth between the (ex-) Royal Palace and the Peking Opera theatre run by Yip's father (Wu3 Ma3). The Citizen Kane of Hong Kong, blending action, farce, and political satire into a work of almost vertiginous excitement; the rooftop finale is one of the all-time great jaw-droppers. [Rim Films Catalog]