胭脂扣
Rouge (1988)
Country: Hong Kong
Genre: Drama 
Theatrical Run: 01/07/1988 - 02/16/1988
Box Office: HK $17,476,414.00
 
Director
  Stanley Kwan Kam-Pang
 
Script
  Chiu Kang-Chien
  Lillian Lee Pik-Wah
 
Action Director
  Jackie Chan's Stuntmen Association
 
Producer
  Jackie Chan
 
 
Cast
  Anita Mui Yim-Fong ... Fleur
  Leslie Cheung Kwok-Wing ... Master Chen Chen-pang # 12
  Alex Man Chi-Leung ... Yuan Ting
  Emily Chu Bo-Yee ... Chu
  Irene Wan Pik-Ha ... Shu Hsien
  Tam Sin-Hung ... Master Chan's mother
  Chu Shui-Tong ... Master Chan's father
  Wong Yu (1) ... Master Ho Hsi
  Lau Kar-Wing (1) ... Director [cameo]
  Kara Hui Ying-Hung ... Hung, swordswoman on wires [cameo]
  Patrick Tse Yin ... Brothel patron
  Huang Pa-Ching ... Fortune teller
  Ruby Wong Cheuk-Ling ... Courtesan
  Wai Ching ... Boss of antique shop
 
Production Companies
  Golden Harvest Productions
  Golden Way Films Ltd.
  Paragon Films Ltd.
 
Production Manager
  Jimmy Law Gwok-Keung
  Connie Wong Nga-Lam
 
Sound Recordist
  Chow Shao-Lung
  Golden Studios Ltd.
  Cinema City Recording Studio
  Showreel Film Facilities
 
Art Director
  Piu Yeuk-Muk
  Horace Ma Gwong-Wing
 
Script Supervisor
  Thomas Chow Wai-Kwan
 
Lighting
  Lam Siu-Wing (1)
 
Planning
  Willie Chan Chi-Keung
  Edward Tang Ging-Sang
 
Makeup
  Wong Gei-Hung
  Lau Gai-Sing
 
Story
  Lillian Lee Pik-Wah
 
Props
  Ciff Chang Chi-Wing
 
Cinematographer
  Bill Wong Chung-Piu
 
Editor
  Peter Cheung Yiu-Chung
 
Costume Designer
  Horace Ma Gwong-Wing
  Wan Fung-Lan
 
Presenter
  Leonard Ho Koon-Cheung
 
Executive Producer
  Leonard Ho Koon-Cheung
 
Assistant Director
  Paul Cheung Wing-Hung
  Cub Chin Kong-Hon
 
Hair Stylist
  Peng Yen-Lien
 
Composer
  Michael Lai Siu-Tin
  Tang Siu-Lam
 
 
 
Summary
 

In 1930's Hong Kong, a young man falls in love with a high class prostitute. Refusing to accept her, his rich parents cut off his allowance, forcing him to try unsuccessfully several jobs, and forcing her to continue entertaining men. Eventually they make a suicide pact. She dies but he loses his nerve at the last moment. They had planned to reunite in the spirit world, so when he doesn't come, she returns to the mortal world to find him. But one day in the spirit world is fifty years in the human one, and she is lost and helpless in a Hong Kong of the late Eighties. Her distress earns the sympathy of young newspaperman Alex, who helps her in the quest to be reunited with her lover. [Rim Films Catalog]