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殺夫 (1986)
The Woman of Wrath
Origin: Taiwan
Languages: Cantonese  Mandarin 
Genres: Crime  Drama 
Theatrical Run (HK): 01/24/1986 - 01/29/1986
Box Office: HK $1,386,641
 
Director
  Chang Chong-Cheung
 
Screenwriter
  Wu Nien-Jen
 
Producer
  Hsu Feng (1)
 
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Cast
  Pat Ha Man-Jik ... Shih
  Pai Ying (2) ... Shui the butcher
  Grace Chen Shu-Fang ... Neighbour
  Yang Li-Yin    
  Li Hai-Hsing ... Ching
  Chu Yeuk-Laan    
  Chin Shih-Hui    
  Ting Chui    
  Li Shu-Chen    
  Wu Min (1) ... Woman buying ducks
  Choi Ching-Yi    
  Wang Te-Sheng    
  Yung Shun-Hing    
  Tsou Chi-Chun    
 
Production Companies
  D & B Films Co., Ltd.
  Tomson (Hong Kong) Films Co., Ltd.
 
Assistant Director
  Chu Wei-Hua
 
Original Story
  Li Ang (1)
 
Script Supervisor
  Chen Hwai-En
 
Consultant
  Peggy Chiao Hung-Bing
 
Director of Photography
  Chang Hui-Kung
 
Cinematographer
  Cheung Chiu-Tong
 
Focus Puller
  Hung Miu-Sau   Yue Ming-Yee
 
Lighting
  Yu Kai-Ming (1)
 
Best Boy
  Ting Hoi-Tak
 
Costume Designer
  Suen Wai-Chuen   Chue Mei-Yuk
 
Makeup
  Yau Yee-Chu
 
Assistant Makeup Artist
  Cheng Mei-Fong
 
Hair Dressing
  Yau Sau-Ying
 
Editor
  Chiang Huang-Hsiung
 
Props
  Yang Tzu-Hsin
 
Sound Recordist
  Kao Fu-Kou
 
Music
  Law Wing-Fai
 
Presenter
  Tang Yang-Hao
 
Planning
  Chui Ban
 
Production Manager
  John He Xin
 
Unit Manager
  Tsou Chi-Chun
 
Still Photographer
  Yang Hong (3)
 
Foley
  Wang Shi-Li
 
Dialogue
  Sam Kwong-Ka
 
 
Summary
  A quiet and shy woman is sent into an arranged marriage with a slaughterhouse boss. He is a rough man who communicates with his new wife only by shouting and scowling and has never heard of foreplay. The woman howls in agony every night, which leads her gossipy female neighbours to conclude that she is a slut. Initially, it seems the husband may be a good man underneath all the scowling. He saves the life of the gossipy neighbour (whom he detests) when she tries to hang herself, and this incident is later held up as "proof" that he is a good and kind man. But his behaviour degenerates rapidly and, of course, the wife gets the worst of it.