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蛇蠍夜合花 (1996)
Scorpio
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Mandarin 
Genre: Drama 
Rating: II B (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 04/04/1996 - 04/12/1996
Box Office: HK $2,219,130
 
Director
  Doug Chan Kin-Tak
 
Screenwriter
  Lee Ping-Kwong
 
Action Director
  Chan Shiu-Wa
 
Producer
  Raymond Wong Pak-Ming
 
 
Cast
  Kung Suet-Fa    
  Wu Wei-Kuo    
  Catherine Hung Yan    
  Sunny Chan Kam-Hung    
  Jimmy Wong Wa-Wo    
 
Production Company
  Big Bright investment Ltd
 
Distributor
  Mandarin Film Company (Hong Kong)
 
Assistant Director
  Pinky Yau Kwan-Ping
 
Cinematographer
  David Choi Wa-Sing
 
Focus Puller
  Yuen Chi-Kin
 
Lighting
  Ng Man-Ting
 
Art Director
  Andy Lee Yiu-Kwong
 
Wardrobe
  Elsa Chan Kit-Ling
 
Makeup
  Maggie Choy Yin-Ching
 
Hair Stylist
  Wong Kwok-Keung (2)
 
Editor
  Robert Choi Hung
 
Props Master
  Yuen Kwong-Hing
 
Music
  Doug Chan Kin-Tak   Ng Kwok-Yan (2)
 
Presenter
  Ringo Wong Lai-Chuen   Anita Wong Kit-Fong
 
Production Manager
  Dennis Chan Yiu-Wah
 
Associate Production Manager
  Pang Yuk-Lam
 
Unit Manager
  Choi Kwok-Keung
 
Still Photographer
  Lee Cheung (4)
 
Recording Studio
  Cinefex Sound Studio Limited
 
Re-Recording Mixer
  Kei Wang-Tat
 
Foley
  Ng Kwok-Wah
 
Cantonese Dubbing
  Lo Hung (1)
 
Equipment
  Salon Films (HK) Ltd.
 
Film Stock
  Fujifilm   Tai Fung (Tsoi's) Co., Ltd.
 
Laboratory
  Mandarin Laboratory (International) Ltd.
 
Subtitles
  Mandarin Laboratory (International) Ltd.
 
 
Summary
  Merchant Lau Bong and his wife spend a calm life, until the death of an aunt leaves them with $4,000,000 in inheritance. During the aunt's funeral, Bong meets up with the beautiful Fa. After an one night stand, Bong falls in love with Fa. Bong wants to divorce his wife, but doesn't want to divide up the mass inheritance in half. So he finds Fung to go after Yun, hoping to gain evidence of adultery between the two. Later, Fung REALLY falls in love with Yun. [Next Magazine]