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天地玄門 (1991)
An Eternal Combat
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Dickson 
Genres: Martial Arts  Fantasy  Comedy 
Rating: II (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 01/05/1991 - 01/17/1991
Box Office: HK $6,469,570
 
Director
  Yip Shing-Hong
 
Screenwriter
  Ho Tung
 
Martial Arts Directors
  Poon Kin-Kwan
  Benz Kong To-Hoi
  Steve Mak Fei-Hung
 
Producer
  Yuen Kam-Lun
 
Mei Ah DVD cover
 
Cast
  Lam Ching-Ying ... Sifu
  Joey Wong Cho-Yin ... Gigi Wong Yi San
  Shing Fui-On ... Dai Yat / Fung
  Gabriel Wong Yat-San ... Tortoise
  Rico Chu Tak-On ... Evil Japanese warrior
  Anthony Wong Chau-Sang ... Ben
  Phillip Ko Fei ... Director
  Lau Siu-Ming (1) ... Mental patient
  Hui Siu-Hung ... Catholic priest
  Ho Tung    
  Yu Miu-Lin ... Cleaner
  Sai Gwa-Pau ... Reader of Imperial Edict
  Yeung Yau-Cheung    
  Tung Chi    
  Lau Gwai-Fong (2) ... Brothel madam
  Steve Mak Fei-Hung ... Action director in movie set
  Ho Pak-Kwong ... Mental patient
  Alan Chan Kwok-Kuen ... Mental patient
  Lee Sau-Kei ... Mental patient
  Ling Hon ... Killed early in the movie
  Wong Si-Yan    
  Poon Chi-Sam ... Mental patient
  Chris Yeung Wan-King ... Mental patient
  Fung Man-Gwong ... Clinic staff
  Ng Kit-Keung ... Driver
  So B    
  Mak Wai-Cheung ... [Extra]
  Pang Yun-Cheung ... [Extra]
 
Production Company
  Chun Sing Film Co. Ltd
 
Distributor
  D & B Film Distribution (Hong Kong)
 
Assistant Director
  Michelle Wong Yuk-Ting   Paco Yiu Fung-Suen   Stephen Wong Wai-Him
 
Script Supervisor
  Michelle Wong Yuk-Ting
 
Director of Photography
  Eric Chu Kwok-Fai
 
Lighting
  Kenneth Mak Kwok-Keung
 
Art Director
  David Lo Kin-Ming
 
Costume Designer
  Lily Kwok Lai-Lai   Kenneth Yee Chung-Man   Cheung Yuk-King
 
Makeup
  Michelle Wong Yuk-Ting
 
Hair Stylist
  Lee Lin-Tai
 
Editor
  Cheung Bei-Tak
 
Props
  Yip Kwok-Chi
 
Music
  Philip Chan Fei-Lit
 
Soundtrack
  Tang Siu-Lam
 
Car Stunts Effects
  Bruce Law Lai-Yin   Bruce Law Stunts Unlimited
 
Presenter
  Norman Cheung Sek-Gui   Yuen Kam-Lun
 
Executive Producer
  Wong Siu-Ming (1)
 
Planning
  Rico Chu Tak-On
 
Production Manager
  Lee Wah (2)
 
Associate Production Manager
  Ivy Law Sau-Wai
 
Unit Manager
  Poon Chi-Sam
 
Set Runner
  Lau Kwok-On
 
Still Photographer
  Tsui Chi-Kwong
 
Special Effects
  Stephen Ma Man-Yin   Animation Shop
 
Recording Studio
  Cinema City Recording Studio
 
Foley
  Wong Chok-Poon
 
Cantonese Dubbing
  Alexander Lee Chung-Keung
 
Laboratory
  Universal Laboratory Limited
 
Subtitles
  Norman Production
 
 
Summary
  This story begins in the historical past (most than likely in the Tang dynasty - since Lam Ching Ying recites the name of a Tang emperor in the hospital). A holyman/Sifu and his assistant Sai Gwai team up with a local official Dai Yat, and are soon attacked by a Japanese warrior, who is assisted by a princess. The battle somehow transports them to the present day, where they wander around and try to adjust. Clearly a nutcase, Sifu is committed to an asylum, where his counsellor Gigi is a reincarnation of the princess. Meanwhile, the evil Japanese warrior has secreted himself in the cross of a Catholic Church, where Dai Yat and Sai Gwai are staying. All of this builds up to a good vs evil battle which, somehow along the way, manages to bring in Anthony Wong as a psycho who stalks Gigi.