Handsome Siblings

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Handsome Siblings
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DVD cover art
Traditional 絕代雙驕
Simplified 绝代双骄
Mandarin Jué Dài Shuāng Jiāo
Cantonese Zyut6 Doi6 Seong1 Giu1
Directed by Eric Tsang
Produced by Stephen Shiu
Screenplay by Stanley Wu
Cheuk Hon
Starring Andy Lau
Brigitte Lin
Music by Lowell Lo
Sherman Chow
Cinematography Jingle Ma
Ray Wong
Peter Ngor
Joe Chan
Ardy Lam
Poon Hang-sang
Edited by Kwong Chi-leung
Kam Ma
Production
company
Distributed by Newport Entertainment Ltd.
Release dates
  • 12 November 1992 (1992-11-12)
Running time
102 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box office HK$19,649,030[1]

Handsome Siblings is a 1992 Hong Kong wuxia film adapted from Gu Long's novel Juedai Shuangjiao. The film was directed by Eric Tsang and starred Andy Lau and Brigitte Lin.

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Every 18 years, the martial artists' community hold a martial arts contest to elect a new leader. Eva Palace's ruler wins the title and is tasked with eliminating the Ten Villains, who live in the Villains' Valley, a sanctuary for criminals. Yin Nam-tin (Eva Palace ruler's husband) believes that the villains are innocent and attempts to stop his wife from killing them. The couple turn against each other and Yin eventually manages to defeat his wife, but becomes paralyzed and mute. Eva accepts a girl called More as her disciple and intends to groom her as her successor. Meanwhile, the Ten Villains accept Yin's son (Fishy) as their student and plan to "nurture" him to become the greatest villain ever. 18 years later, the grown-up Fishy coincidentally meets More and falls in love with her. When he participates in the contest later, he is shocked to discover that Eva is actually his mother, and More is in fact Eva's student.

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