Red Nights

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Red Nights
Red Nights Poster.jpg
Directed by Julien Carbon
Laurent Courtiaud
Produced by Alexis Dantec
Rita Wu
Written by Julien Carbon
Laurent Courtiaud
Starring Frédérique Bel
Carrie Ng
Jack Kao
Music by Alex Cortés
Willie Cortés
Cinematography Man-Ching Ng
Edited by Sébastien Prangère
Production
company
The French Connection
Red East Pictures
Running time
98 minutes
Country Hong Kong
France
Belgium
Language French
Cantonese

Red Nights (Les Nuits rouges du Bourreau de Jade) is a French-Hong Kong film by Julien Carbon and Laurent Courtiaud. It is a thriller and a tale of erotic horror. The filmmakers call it a Hong Kong giallo with mystery, (sadistic) murders, fetishism and women.[1]

Plot[edit]

There is a legend of an executioner who created a poison which brought death through absolute pleasure. This legends repeats nowadays when a French woman (Bel) flees to Hong Kong after killing her lover and stealing from him an old artifact containing this poison. She meets a mobster from Taiwan and an epicurean and sadistic woman killer (Ng), who all want to get the precious poison.

Cast[edit]

  • Frédérique Bel: Catherine Trinquier
  • Carrie Ng: Carrie Chan
  • Carole Brana: Sandrine Lado
  • Stephen Wong Cheung-hing: Patrick
  • Kotone Amamiya: Tulip
  • Maria Chen: Flora
  • Jack Kao: Mister Ko

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Red Nights". unifrance.org. Retrieved 2014-03-22. 

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