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敦煌夜譚 (1991)
Dun Huang Tales of the Night
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Mandarin 
Circuit: Silver 
Genres: Historical Drama  Fantasy 
Rating: II (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 05/10/1991 - 05/16/1991
Box Office: HK $516,360
 
Director
  Li Han-Hsiang
 
Screenwriters
  Wong Sek
  Li Han-Hsiang
 
Producers
  Cheung Chui-Ying
  Tang Hung-Sing
 
 
Cast
  Pauline Wong Siu-Fung ... Lien Heung
  Kelvin Wong Siu ... Sun Chi Meng
  Chow Git (1) ... Lee Yin Yee
  Siu Siu-Wa    
  Wang Pei (1)    
  Wang Yun-Ting    
  Pan Jie (2)    
 
Production Company
  Sil-Metropole Organisation Ltd.
 
Filming Company
  Cine-Genesis Film Production Limited
 
Distributor
  Sil-Metropole Organisation Ltd. (Hong Kong)
 
Story
  Pu Song-Ling
 
Script Supervisor
  Liu Hong (5)
 
Cinematographers
  Chiu Lok-Tin   Chiu Hiu-Fung
 
Lighting
  Chan Fai-Yim
 
Best Boy
  Chan Hon-Sung   Fung Keung-Kai
 
Costume Design
  Yan Xiu-Min   Zhao Ru-Hua
 
Wardrobe
  Li Li (1)
 
Makeup
  Chou Mung-Ling
 
Assistant Makeup Artist
  Lee Yim-Ping
 
Editor
  Fong Bo-Wa
 
Props
  Yu Ying-Quan
 
Props Assistant
  Sun Chu-Cun
 
Composer
  Wong Hin (2)
 
Lyrics
  Li Han-Hsiang
 
Production Manager
  Siu Hok-Chung   Ng Lin
 
Filming Location
  China
 
 
Summary
  No English subtitles. Chinese subs only. Historical love triangle tale. Sun Chi Ming is a prince, who spends much time supervising the artwork on the walls of his father's castle. He is fancied by Lien Heung, whom he rescues one rainy night, which ends in them becoming lovers. But shortly after, another woman comes on the scene, Lee Yin Yee. She seems to be the human form of a monkey spirit. The remainder of the film is taken up with surreal, dream-like images and alternating competition and cooperation between the two women.