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聊齋艷譚之幽媾 (1997)
Erotic Ghost Story - Perfect Match
Alias: Realize The Human World Magical Fate
Alias: Love Of Human & Heaven
Alias: Wu Wen Dao Zhi Qi Yuan
Alias: 悟問道之奇緣
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Newport 
Genre: Adult 
Rating: III (Hong Kong) 
Release Date (HK): 11/06/1997
  Lam Yi-Hung
  Lai Chi
  Joe Wong Kong-Keung
  Elvis Tsui Kam-Kong ... Monk Talkative
  Diana Pang Dan ... Ying Ying
  Keung Ka-Ling ... Siu Mui
  Wong Lei ... Miu Miu (Bunny Spirit)
  Miu Kam-Fung ... Mrs Tsui
  Chui Bo-Lun ... Tsui Yuk She
  Teresa Mak Ka-Kei ... Evil Queen of Heaven
  Wong Yat-Fei ... Fairy Yeh
  Ho Pak-Kwong ... Taoist priest Ho
  Cheung Bing-Chan ... Judge Luk
Production Company
  State Billion Ltd.
Filming Company
  World Perfect Production Co., Ltd.
  Napoleon Pang Chun-Wai
Art Director
  Leslie Law Lai-Shut
  Tsoi Siu-Chun
Hair Stylist
  Wan Fung-Lan
  Siu Nam
Sound Recordist
  Flying Eagle Dubbing Co.
Production Manager
  Poon Chi-Sam
  The soon-to-be Monk Talkative does his best to understand when Fairy Yeh explains what must be done. Rabbit spirits have escaped from the heavenly garden, and must be recaptured. These bunnies can assume human female form, and gorgeous forms at that. One is played by Pang Dan, who happens to be the soon-to-be Monk Talkative's wife. Talkative finds the explanation hard to follow (as do we the audience) but decides to help. Meanwhile, another rabbit spirit escapes, is rescued from hunters by scholar Yu-shu, who takes the rabbit home. While Yu-shu sleeps (with the rabbit in his bed !), the rabbit turns into the luscious Siu Mui (Keung Ka Ling), who makes love with him while he somehow manages to remain asleep. Yu-shu awakes next morning to find he is no longer a virgin, and also that a lovely young woman is calling him hubby. Perhaps in shock, or fearing that his blind mother might wonder, he tries to convince her to leave (silly chap !). Pang Dan's character also does the "Virgin Stance" with another bunny, played by Wong Nei. Lots of confusion and daftness follows, as the forces of heaven (the bad guys, lead by the evil Queen Of Heaven) pursue the bunnies, with concealed identities and misunderstandings all over the place.