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赤裸紅唇 (2000)
Origin: Hong Kong
Languages: Cantonese  Mandarin  English 
Genres: Adult  Mystery  Thriller 
Rating: II B (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 07/06/2000 - 07/12/2000
Box Office: HK $17,250
  Sam Ho Shu-Pui
Martial Arts Director
  Chan Wai-To
  Wynn Lau Chun-Fai
  Sophie Ngan Chin-Man ... Sharon Li
  Bessie Chan Ming-Kwan ... Maggie To
  Simon Lui Yue-Yeung ... Ken Chow
  Michael Tse Tin-Wah ... Andy Yeung
  Rainy Chan Choi-Yin ... Tammy
  Ku Feng ... Wilson Koo
  Peter Lai Bei-Dak ... Police chief
  Sze Kai-Keung ... Policeman
  Ben Wong Tin-Dok ... Mr. Chiang
  Chiang Tao ... Sam Tsu
  Ng Shui-Ting ... Wang Yi Pin
  Shelley Cheung Siu-Wai ... Lily Li
  Michael Mak Wai-Kin ... Policeman
  Michelle Wong Yuk-Ting    
  Lin Koon-Hung (2)    
  Jacky Wong Cheung-Bo    
  Lai Chi-Wai    
Production Companies
  Sam Po Film Co.
  Matrix Productions Company Limited
  Universe Films Distribution Company Limited (Hong Kong)
Assistant Director
  Ng Sam   Lee Ping-Leung
  Patrick Jim Pak-Hung
  Tam Kin-Fat
Art Director
  Law King-Fai
Costume Designer
  Wong Guen
  Kwok Ting-Hung
  Pang Lok-Fai
Production Manager
  Chi Wai-Man
  Maggie[Bessie Chan] is having a bit of a relationship crisis after her boyfriend Andy[Micheal Tse] returns to Hong Kong from a trip to Thailand. She spied Andy with new girl Sharon[Sophie Ngan] at the airport and he seems to have lost all sexual interest in her. Maggie's old habit of sleepwalking returns after ten years, just as Chiang - Andy's boss - is murdered. When she wakes up on another night with a kitchen knife in her hands, she begins to worry that she could be involved in some way. And then the sister of Sharon is also murdered.