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A Chinese Ghost Story II (Qian nu you hun II; Tao tao tao; Sinnui yauwan II; Qian nu you hun II) (Hong Kong, 1990)

Director, Siu-Tung Ching (Ching Siu-Tung); Hark Tsui. Cast: Zhang Guorong, Wang Zuxian, Zhang Xueyou, Li Jiaxin. Lin meets a young and witty Taoist, Chi Chau, and they become good friends. They run into some people who pretend to be ghosts. These people are actually trying to save the innocent Fu from imprisonment. Fu has two daughters Ching Fung and Yet Chi who both fall in love with Lin. Fu tries to ask the emperor's right-hand man, Liu Suen, for help but Liu turns out to be a goblin. Lin, Chi Chau and the two sisters all team up to fight against the evil force in order to help Fu. 103 min. Credits and other information from the Internet Movie Database
Reviews and articles:
Cahill, Suzanne. "What to Fear and How to Protect Yourself Daoism and Hong Kong Horror Movies." Journal of Daoist Studies; 2011, Vol. 4, p202-218, 17p Full-text of this article / review is available:Berkeley users only
Zou, John. A "Chinese Ghost Story: Ghostly Counsel and Innocent Man." In: Chinese films in focus : 25 new takes / edited by Chris Berry. London : BFI Publishing, 2003. (Chinese Stdy PN1993.5.C4.C463 2003; Main Stack PN1993.5.C4.C463 2003)

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