Troublesome Night 19

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Troublesome Night 19
Traditional 陰陽路十九之我對眼見到嘢
Simplified 阴阳路十九之我对眼见到嘢
Mandarin Yīn Yáng Lù Shí Jǐu Zhī Wǒ Duì Yǎn Jiàn Dào Yě
Cantonese Jam1 Joeng4 Lou6 Sap6 Gau2 Zi1 Ngo5 Deoi3 Ngaan5 Gin3 Dou3 Je5
Directed byYip Wai-ying
Produced byNam Yin
Written byJameson Lam
Music by Mak Chun Hung
CinematographyMike Pang
Lum Lai-shing
Wong Chun-mo
Edited byJacky Leung
Production
companies
Nam Yin Production Co., Ltd.
B&S Limited
Distributed byB&S Films Distribution Company Limited
Release date
  • 19 June 2003 (2003-06-19)
Running time
90 minutes
CountryHong Kong
LanguageCantonese

Troublesome Night 19 is a 2003 Hong Kong horror comedy film produced by Nam Yin and directed by Yip Wai-ying. It is the 19th installment in the Troublesome Night film series.

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Plot

Audrey finds a pair of sunglasses at the beach. That night, she dreams about a girl who was murdered on the beach. After consulting the expert ghostbuster Mrs. Bud Lung, Audrey learns that the ghost wants to tell her about her fate. Mrs. Bud urges Audrey to return the sunglasses back to where she found them. She becomes unconscious and experiences a vision of the entire murder. While having dinner later, Audrey recognises Lee Ka-hing, a famous tycoon, as the murderer. She allows the victim's ghost to possess her and force Lee to confess.

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