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日光峽谷 (1995)
Sun Valley
Origin: China
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Silver 
Genre: Drama 
Rating: II A (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 05/30/1996 - 06/06/1996
Box Office: HK $83,925
 
Director
  He Ping
 
Screenwriters
  Ah Chung
  Zhang Rui
 
Action Director
  Chen Ji-Ming
 
Producers
  John Chong Ching
  Wellington Fung Wing
 
 
Cast
  Zhang Feng-Yi ... Avenger
  Yang Kuei-Mei ... Hong Liu
  Wang Xue-Qi ... Hei Niu
  Ku Feng ... Grandfather Feng
  Chan Yuen ... Huang Mao
  Chen Zhen-Bo ... Sha Zao
  Sun Hai-Ying    
  So Man-Tsz    
  Chang Kuo-Chiang    
  Du Yu-Ming ... Swordsman challenging Feng
  Wang Jia-Yi    
  Wu Xue-Min    
  Meng Ke    
  Wang Jiali    
  Li Rui-Hai    
  Gao Yang    
  Guan Dong    
  Cai Wa    
  Cai Rang    
  Chen Ji-Ming    
  Zhang Guo-Qing    
  Wang Yue-Lou    
  Wang Li    
  Liu Bin    
 
Production Companies
  Xi'an Film Studio
  Media Asia Group Limited
  Media Asia Films (Partners I)
  China Film Co-Production Corp.
 
Distributor
  Group Power Workshop Inc. (Hong Kong)
 
Assistant Director
  Du Yu-Ming   Xin Sheng   Lei Xiao-Gang
 
Script Supervisor
  Gao Hua
 
Cinematographer
  Yang Lun (2)
 
Lighting
  Zhu Qin-Sheng
 
Art Director
  Yang Gang
 
Costume Designer
  Cheung Lai   Chen Zhang-Min
 
Makeup
  Cheng Ling   Cheng Yin (2)
 
Editor
  Yuan Hong
 
Props
  Li Xiao-Hui
 
Sound Recordist
  Zhang Zheng-Di   Roger Savage
 
Music
  Zhao Ji-Ping
 
Presenter
  Ma Fung-Kwok
 
Planning
  Suen Wah
 
Production Manager
  Wan Yat-Tao
 
Re-Recording Mixer
  Roger Savage
 
 
Summary
  Swordsman arrives at Sunlight Canyon, awaiting his enemy'sarrival. Swordsman originally was pure and innocent, but everyday is tormented by childhood nightmares, so he numbs himself with blood and murders. Time after another killing and scaring away the Canyon motel's visitors, leaving only the motel owner. The two begins to build a relationship, only to be discovered by the owner's lover, who is a horse thief. The two fight for the woman...... [Next Magazine]