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Midnight Beating

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Country  China
Director  Zhang Jiabei
Language  Mandarin
Midnight Beating movie poster
Release date  24 December 2010 (2010-12-24)

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Midnight Beating is a 2010 Chinese horror film directed by Zhang Jiabei and starring Hong Kong veteran actors Simon Yam and Francis Ng.

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Plot

In the Haibei People's Hospital, Qinghai province, China, the present day on the night of a full moon, a patient is murdered by a syringe through her chest. This adds stress to the hospital's heart surgeon Gu Zhensheng who had recently lost his wife Xia Xue (Liu Yuxin) to an illness. Since his wife's death, Gu has been suffering from nightmares that has affected his work, and Xia Xue's younger sister, Nurse Xia Xiaoyu (Yang Yuyu) also is emotionally disturbed.

The Hospital's director Wen Miao (Li Nian) is due for an operation for a weak heart. She's the fiancee of Mai Xiangyu (Francis Ng) the hospital's psychologist. Nurse Wu can't forgive Mai for breaking up with her and threatens to show his fiancee old photos of them having sex. One night, Wu is murdered in the same way as the old female patient. Gu tells hospital director Wen that Mai has been acting strangely lately, and Mai also tells him the same thing about Gu.

Cast

  • Simon Yam as Gu Zhensheng
  • Francis Ng as Mai Changyu
  • Yang Yuyu as Xia Xiaoyu
  • Yao Di as Wu Xinyiao
  • Li Nian as Wen Miao
  • Liu Yuxin as Xia Xue
  • Ba Duo as Master Hong
  • Yang Shuting as Lin Xiang
  • Li Zhaomin as Hospital director Wen
  • Zhang Feng as Liu Dahua
  • Zhao Yi as Tao Zhenyu
  • Release

    Midnight Beating was released on December 24, 2010 in China. On its first week, Midnight Beating was the third highest-grossing film in China, being only beaten by If You Are the One 2 and Let the Bullets Fly. In total, the film grossed $4,731,045 in China.

    Reception

    Film Business Asia gave the film a five out of ten rating, who noted that the film is an "Okay hospital horror boasts good technique but is let down by a weak script."

    References

    Midnight Beating Wikipedia


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